In this exploration of form, I experimented in how our the human body relates to jewelry and objects in general. I examined how our hands interact with scissors and cups. Loop-like forms inform where parts of the hand go. Bracelets are similar in that the circular opening informs users to slip it over the wrist, but it is less specific.
What interested me the most was that we interact with everyday objects, like cups, in a similar manner as we to with jewelry in relation to how we wear or grip them. In a sense, the everyday objects themselves become articles of jewelry. Take the blades off the scissors and the handles could actually look quite appealing as oppose to its utilitarian purposes.