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PO-84 Lab Bracelet

€814,00

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MADE TO ORDER
ESTIMATED PRODUCTION TIME 
— 5 WEEKS


BRACELET (Art, Brass/Plexiglass)
Brass, PMMA

"The PO-84 Lab Bracelet is part of the Alliage-Cu29Zn30 collection: an ideal projection of my invincible self, translated into a jewelry collection. Based on the concept of trans-humanism, I have transcended beyond my human nature and became a semi-cyborg.
Each accessory of the collection represents a super-power of "my future self." All the pieces are shaped using a metal lathe, which gives the brass an industrial look. PO-84 refers to Polonium is a chemical element with the symbol Po and atomic number 84. A rare and highly radioactive metal with no stable isotopes.
This piece has two brass buttons sculpted on a lathe and soldered to a cuff. A PMMA rod bridges within the bracelet structure." — Loan Favan



8 x 8 x 3 cm
0.021 kg
Yellow Brass (Metal)
2020, The Hague


INSTRUCTIONS

The PO-84 Lab Bracelet is a conceptual accessory piece and therefore is not meant to adapt to all bodies, to be practical nor to be worn everyday. For good care of the product, avoid contact with water, source of strong heat, colors and pigments of any kind. Store in its original packaging or enclosed space/bags for better preservation. Note that the metal may oxydize overtime, polishing cloth could be used to soften this effect.


Photo @angelinebehr (Angeline Behr)
Model @wendyowusu_ (Wendy Owusu)
MUA @makeupby.wella (Wella Gibbes)

LOAN FAVAN

Launched in 2018, Naula is a raw an minimalist handcrafted jewelry line by Loan Favan. Loan is from New Caledonia, a French island located in the Pacific Ocean. She studied at the Design Academy of Eindhoven, Netherlands in the department « Man and Identity ». During those years she develops a sensibility for craft and textures. In her vision it is important to keep an authentic message of her heritage, and it goes with preserving the essence of her materials. She explores the world of textiles in search of textures that would embody her stories and stumbles across the metal world. Loan immediately loves the refined qualities of the material and starts some goldsmith courses next to her studies.