In a film of his, Kubrik uses images to narrate of a mysterious monolith that appears on the Earth. An object that is capable of igniting the spark of intelligence and to push the ancestors of man to utilize a bunch of bones as tools and weapons.
Imagine we could fast forward the plot to millions of years later, in the laboratory of young designer Hila Kaminer. Having shed its diabolical skin, that monolith could take on the creative and ethereal shape of inspiration, giving life to project "Ossomateria".
A jewelry collection designed by the Israeli founder of Kaminer Design, inspired by the material and structural essence that makes up the human body: our bones. That element that sustains us and is able to remind us how deep in our organism we are all the same.
By combining traditional artisanal methods with advanced technology, Hila creates jewels with a shape that is both natural and mechanic. Project "Ossomateria" explores the transition from flat surface to three dimensional structure, starting from unconventional materials such as PVC, alpaca, cordura, newspaper and artificial diamonds.
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