What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Future Perfect:



Dominic Elvin Design

Last night, my Etsy wanderings led me to Dominic Elvin Design, and I’m thrilled to share his work with you. I realize that the vast majority of the art and jewelry about which I post is (at least on my budget) essentially unattainable. Today is a great big wonderful exception.

The necklace above is $32.  Can you believe it? I know I couldn’t! I truly love hyper-modern design, especially in jewelry, and Elvin is knocking it right out of the park. He considers himself mainly a sculptor, and he brings his sculptor’s sense of movement and balance and intrigue to the jewelry and head pieces he sells on Etsy. I am so inspired by the cyborg look of it all, it’s giving me ideas for my next Halloween costume. . .

Elvin also does some really stunning modern interior design, which can be seen on his website. His larger sculptures can be viewed on his amazing Flickr Account, while his jewelry mostly resides in his Etsy shop. His other works may very well get their own posts at some point, but today is about his jewelry.

All images property of Dominic Elvin Design.

One of his stunning cyborg headpieces can be seen in the Pentatonix video for “Love Again.” Now, that’s a match made in heaven for sure! Enjoy!




Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

4 thoughts on “Future Perfect:

  1. Wonderful designs! And I love Pentatonix! Keep up the great work, Donna. I check your blog every day to get my beauty fix.

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