New York-based jewellery designer Artur Dabrowski, blends his architectural know-how into jewellery aesthetics, creating series of one-of-a-kind rabbit-motif jewellery.
“I love making beautiful objects, at all scales of design. ‘Depth’ moves me. I find it enriches the design and engages people. I play with depth in shadow lines, depth of field, composition as well as in meaning like details and storytelling. Although I am expanding the line with more architectural pieces, I use rabbits as characters in this open-ended story,” Artur said.
Artur started drawing rabbits in the margins of my notebooks during high school. He would personify rabbits to express thoughts, situations or feelings he was having. The imagery of the rabbit being personified is playful — the rabbit is cute, hops around, eats, multiplies… and lives naively in this world. Rabbits were the vessel through which he felt comfortable expressing himself. I have notebooks filled with drawings of rabbits, each telling their own story.
Source: Multiply like Rabbits