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Thursday, January 15, 2009

Scott Andrew Millar / Tom Rucker

They say you can't fit a square peg in a round hole... but what about a hexagon matrix in a curved pod? I like the contrast of sharp corners and smooth arches in these gold-plated rings by London's Scott Andrew Millar — particularly the cups (bottom left), which look like they'd spring open if you squeezed the edges (nevermind that they're made of silver).

Above: these kinetic platinum rings by Germany's Tom Rucker also feature straight lines confined within a curved surface area. The spheres are part of his "GEO.2" series.

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