Inspired by the book "De Divina Proportione (The Devine Proportion)" - written by 15th century mathematician Luca Pacioli and illustrated by Leonardo Da Vinci. The book examined mathematical and artistic proportions within art and architecture, beauty and harmony of geometry found in nature, and by doing so defined unity between us and the world. Leonardo's drawings in this book were the first known illustrations of skelectonic solids.
We drew inspiration from Leonardo's regular solids, interpreted with our abstraction of the Cube, Obelisk, and the Prism. The result were these sculptural pieces with an imperfect yet curious form, yearned to be worn and played with.
Individual hand finished in charcoal, silver and antique brass to ensure they match any outfit, minimal or outlandish.