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Wearable Sculpture

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VRAM Jewelry

Inspired by theoretical mathematics, the microscopic world, and the movements of the universe, VRAM Jewelry is unique and kind of cerebral. The designer, Vram Minassian, creates pieces that look part 1950s space age and part hyper modern. I think they’re positively delish!

“Designed alongside and in dialogue with Vram’s one-of-a-kind works, Continuum incorporates unexpected sculptural forms, impossibly close pavé settings, swooping surfaces, and kinetic elements to evoke a universe in flux. Each work demands to be observed, explored, and experienced.”

– About VRAM Jewelry

Minassian started his line in 1985, but his sensibilities haven’t really changed much since his beginnings. I kind of love that! I would have worn the hell out of this stuff in the eighties (and I’d still wear it today, though with less conviction). Why don’t accessories this fantastic ever come in a costume jewelry version? While I’m not in a position to pay thousands of dollars for my jewels, I am truly enjoying looking at these (from a safe distance).

You can see all of VRAM Jewelry’s beautiful creations on their website and on Instagram and Facebook.

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!

11 thoughts on “Wearable Sculpture

  1. Someone somewhere must be able to afford to wear these pretties.

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  2. Interesting designs. I really like the pave look, with the purple stones especially. I’m not sure if those are amethysts or not.

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  3. I love how bold and confident these pieces are. I especially love those rings with the exposed slice filled with gems.

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  4. Very interesting designs. I can’t find one that I would like to wear. Hal

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  5. Hello from Los Angeles! My marketing team alerted me to your post. Thanks for the kind words and for appreciating/sharing my work. If you’re blogging about Tom Lehrer you clearly have an eye for quality and I’m flattered to be included.

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