Jewelry X 15 Creative Industries Collaboration 08 - Art History

Jewelry X 15 Creative industries Collaboration is a series of work related to the jewelry industry and 15 other creative careers such as animation, graphic design and so on. The aim of this project is to find out how the concept of jewelry is being used in other fields and what is the relationship between them. 
 
 
In ancient times, natural shells, stones, and animal bones were the main materials for making jewelry. Jewelry was regarded as amulet, a symbol of bravery and mighty status. Gold has been discovered during this period, and according to archaeologists' exploration, the Celtic period in Ireland has created pairs of gold ornaments. The evolution of jewerly represents the culture of the time period, also reflects the development of metal fabrication as well as gem cutting. This collaboration is to create a timeline based on eight time periods. By creating a jewelry design that use the characteristic of that time period to have a better understanding of the design. The models are created with Rhino, rendered in Keyshot, and arranged with Adobe Illustrator.









Sources - 
https://www.cooksongold.com/blog/trends-and-inspiration/a-history-of-jewellery
https://www.gia.edu/CN/gia-news-research-design-inspiration-historic-jewelry
https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/u433129bc-c5ca-4dbc-868e-e56182c11d96/Stucco-pattern


Title - Jewelry X Art History Collaboration Project - JEWELRY TIMELINE
Designer - Yuna Yang
Instructor - Professor Nell
Software - Rhinocero 6, KeyShot 8, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe After Effects
Contact - xxyz.yang@gmail.com / 9124840230
Thank you! 

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