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Melanie Isverding

One thinks Platonic proportion, geodesic domes, and fractal geometry when viewing structures by German jeweler Melanie Isverding. Minute, repetitive shapes are laser-cut into the multiple sides of angular pods that comprise her brooches and pendant necklaces. She sometimes adds pulverized gemstones to the tiny interstices, brilliantly humanizing the mechanical regularity of the forms.

One thinks Platonic proportion, geodesic domes, and fractal geometry when viewing structures by German jeweler Melanie Isverding. Minute, repetitive shapes are laser-cut into the multiple sides of angular pods that comprise her brooches and pendant necklaces. She sometimes adds pulverized gemstones to the tiny interstices, brilliantly humanizing the mechanical regularity of the forms.

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