Many artists have this amazing talent to reuse damaged or abandoned objects to create something beautiful and aesthetically interesting. The English artist Jeremy May definitely belongs to this category. He gives new life to old books by using them to design highly refined jewelry. We present his unusual artworks.
The London artist Jeremy May revives old and abandoned books. He reuses them to design jewelry of any kind (rings, necklaces). These are real small sculptures that can be carried and which are original and unique. We see the few sentences and images from the book or images used in these chiseled and delicate creations.
In general, the Englishman uses books that we find in in old libraries. Then he detaches pieces of inside pages (one hundred pages each time). After laminating them, he applies a varnish to make them more beautiful. When finished, May likes to place the Jewelery on the book from which it was made.
In general, the Englishman recovered works that inspire in old libraries. Then he detaches pieces of inside pages (one hundred pages each time). After laminating, he applies a varnish to give them a brilliant look. When finished, May likes to have the jewel on the book used initially.
The works of Jeremy May are currently on display at the RR Gallery in New York, until April 24th. For fans, the artist has a website where he sells all his creations. It is therefore possible for you to buy one and wear a classic gem.