11 October 2016

Dangerous Luxury

These sublime jewelry pieces the Campana brothers created with the Italian jeweler, Fabio Salini, are more to the point than ever. Right from 2013, the Brazilian artists known for their work with common materials, have combined straw and bamboo (their favorite materials in response to sustainability) with gold and diamonds. Between Arte Povera and sustainable jewelry.

  • Bracelet made of bamboo, gold and diamonds

  • Earrings made of straw, gold and diamonds

  • Necklace made of straw, gold and diamonds

  • Earrings made of bamboo, gold and diamonds

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