Space and Materiality: Culture (Prototype of Object)

Success! For this assignment I went ahead and built upon my idea of incorporating the form of the rugelach found in pastry shops around Borough Park into a wire-sculpted bracelet. For the materials, I used: thick and thin wire, small and large pliers, and a tape measure. This took me around three and a half to four hours to finish. In the attachment below listed, I have photographs of the notes I took during my making process as well as the object through the stages, the finished project, fitting, where I found this pastry, a photo of a rugelach for the basis of this project, as well as the feedback given to me during critique. It doesn’t seem like I need to change too much!

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Hello, My name is Megan Taylor, I am a returning student here at Parsons; my major is Fashion Design with a peaking interest in environmentalism and animal welfare; I hope to transform the industry someday...slowly but surely. My wish is to combine luxury and aesthetic appeal with the consciousness of how and where it is made along with the idea of what to do with it after use. I have been following my need to create and share with the world art and fashion since the tender age of eleven years old.

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