Architectural jewellery by Joshua DeMonte

Skott Chun | 12:01 AM | 6 comments




Joshua DeMonte

Wearing Joshua DeMonte's jewellery certainly will make a strong statement and make you the highlight of any event. Mimicking ancient architectural elements, Joshua's work has replaced the traditional embellishments of jewellery objects with the details of traditional architectural form. The objects have become jewellery that have defined architectural space around the body, altering our perception of the figures, both the jewelery & the wearer.

For example, bracelets of open windows with curtains blowing, wrist/ neck-wrapping cathedrals, staircase collar & bangle lay with red-carpet.

Joshua DeMonte is a graduate of Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia.

Joshua DeMonte
Architectural jewelery
Architectural jewelery
Architectural jewelery
Architectural jewelery
Architectural jewelery

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6 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    The dude's OK, bit bow wow on the babes.

  2. Anonymous says:

    looks like the dude got his head caught in the space shuttle toilet seat. The rest of the stuff looks like wedding cake decoration that was left in a hot car. WOOF!

  3. Anonymous says:

    it`s ugly

  4. HEy such a lovely collection on these bracelet.
    i loved it.

  5. Such a different thing i have been ever seen.

  6. dstti says:

    nteresting post and thanks for sharing. Some things in here I have not thought about before.