This week’s selection is Hannah Soukup’s beautiful “Insides” neck piece.
The neck piece is actually part of Soukup’s “Insides” collection, which explores “the hidden personal and physical self”. She says:
The neck and belt pieces are designed as fluid shapes inspired by curvilinear transitions and gradient forces that form articulated and elegant DNA-like ornaments. The design is shaped on multiple scales, mimicking the continuous morphing between one part and another, uniting to create a coherent whole.
We appreciate the piece because it’s fine detail exhibits a smooth flow that we find very attractive. The curves evoke action movements, even though it’s a static piece.
As far as we can tell, the work is a one-time thing and we are not able to find a way to either download a model or purchase a copy.
Via Hannah Soukup