East London-based jewellery company Tatty Devine has announced a collaboration with the artist and designer, Morag Myerscough.
The Tatty Devine x Morag Myerscough collection takes elements of Myerscough’s large-scale structures and installations, shrinking them down to pieces of wearable art.
Launched on 16 March, the collection features a limited edition Agape necklace, inspired by Myerscough’s ‘The Temple of Agape’ sculpture that she created for Southbank Centre’s festival of love.
The piece, of which only 25 were made, is laser cut from the same plywood used in Myerscough’s larger installations, and has been “meticulously hand layered” by a team of experts.
Other pieces in the collection include the “crazy colourful” Eye See necklace, inspired by a structure at the Other Art Fair, and the New Now necklace, which stems from an “amazing installation in Paris”.
Moreover, the Tatty Devine x Morag Myerscough Love and Joy earrings aim to “exude good vibes”.