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Climate Dress senses the amount of ambient pollution and activates warning LED array. Wearable technology with environmental concerns from Studio Diffus.  via talk2myShirt

The LED-Powered Climate Dress monitors pollution and displays a health warning based on local air quality.

Dian Luo - The pieces are made by LED lights, cardboard andpaper into geometric shapes, and controlled by individual switches

Dian Luo - The pieces are made by LED lights, cardboard andpaper into geometric shapes, and controlled by individual switches

Dian Luo "Dian’s new collection is called ‘Brighten’, which are inspired from cactus. Cactus protect themselves against terrible environment reminds her of power women. The mystery of the female inner world is the centre of the collection. They are beautifully made by LED lights, mirror cards and polydraw into geometric shapes, and controlled by individual switches. When the LEDs are on, the prickly and sparkle shadow reflects the strength and hidden power of modern women. "

Dian Luo, a up-and-coming Chinese jewellery designer graduated from Central Saint Martins Colleges of Art and Design and.

Dian Luo, a up-and-coming Chinese jewellery designer graduated from Central Saint Martins Colleges of Art and Design and...

Dian Luo, a up-and-coming Chinese jewellery designer graduated from Central Saint Martins Colleges of Art and Design and.

Dian Luo

Dian Luo, a up-and-coming Chinese jewellery designer graduated from Central Saint Martins Colleges of Art and Design and.

Christoph Koch’s necklace of recycled circuit boards

Bat+ Bat- Necklace Christoph Koch’s necklace of recycled circuit boards, sterling silver, magnets. Photo by Christine Dhein.

Inspired by Constructivism and the Bauhaus school, jewellery designer Margaret de Patta (1903–1964) developed entirely new concepts in working with gemstones, creating unique cuts and new forms to produce jewellery that was closer to miniature sculpture.

Inspired by Constructivism and the Bauhaus school, jewellery designer Margaret de Patta developed entirely new concepts in working with gemstones, creating unique cuts and new forms to produce jewellery that was closer to miniature sculpture.