“A Bird’s Eye View” in Jewellery Design

Xinyu Peng


The article focuses on exploring “bird’s eye view” theme in jewellery design. Writer describes the progress of how to get inspiration from the works of temari ball artist Tatiana Vigdorova and Korean contemporary jewellery artist Mi-sook Hur, and using those ideas to create personal jewellery series with “bird’s eye view” theme.


Contemporary Jewellery; Bird Eye View; Enamel; Temari ball; Tatiana Vigdorova; Mi-sook Hur

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i3.1600


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