Posted by learntobead on September 9, 2009
Because jewelry is small, and the details even smaller, it’s difficult to get good images of your pieces, and it’s difficult to display them well.
Here’s a clever idea for getting people to notice your pieces and spend a little more time exploring their details.
Parking Garage Karlsplatz, Düsseldorf
Ten objects of differing sizes have been threaded into the perforated façade of the parking garage on Karlsplatz. They are greatly magnified pieces of jewelry of the kind that might be worn by the users of the parking garage in the fashion center, Düsseldorf. The modular façade, which cannot be
experienced except as a foreign body in the Old City, is turned by the jewelry worked into it into the display case of a heterogeneously furnished jeweler’s shop.
Fotos: Peter Stumpf