The Ver Sacrum ear studs/clips are inspired by the wrought iron laurel leaves of the dome of the Secession. Josef Maria Olbrich designed the exhibition house in 1898, which was dedicated to contemporary modern art. To this day the golden dome is considered the symbol of Viennese Art Nouveau. Ver Sacrum, Latin for „Holy Spring“, is the motto for a new art movement. It is precisely this saying that is supposed to combine innovation and tradition. Because here, Viennese Modernism meets 3D print in the form of feather-light pieces of jewellery that catch the eye.
Die Ver Sacrum Ohrstecker/Clips sind inspiriert von den schmiedeeisernen Lorbeerblättern der Kuppel der Secession. Josef Maria Olbrich gestaltete 1898 das Ausstellungshaus das sich der aktuellen Moderne verschrieb. Bis heute gilt die goldene Kuppel als Wahrzeichen des Wiener Jugendstils. Ver Sacrum, lateinisch für „Heiliger Frühling“ gilt als Wahlspruch für eine neue Kunstströmung. Genau dieser Spruch soll Innovation und Tradition verbinden. Denn Wiener Moderne trifft hier auf 3D Druck in Form von federleichten Schmuckstücken die den Blick fangen und dem Auge schmeicheln.
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