Mixing modern technology with traditional animation, Macy’s holiday window displays in New York are one of the must-see experiences this Christmas season! Created by award-winning designer Paul Olszewski, this year’s six Broadway-side displays which were done in a modern vintage Steampunk style. Inspired by the “Make-a-Wish” Foundation (Macy’s has been making wishes come true during the holiday season for over 150 years, and the tradition continues this year.), the story is about the magical transformation of holiday wishes and dreams into festive holiday ornaments, which are part of the brand-new Celebrity Ornament Collection. The story unfolds with the help of some innovative 3D technology and ends with an interactive window where visitors can design their own ornaments which they can take home virtually using their mobile phone.
I am not sure should I call those artwork “Jewelery”, since they are definitely not one of those traditional jeweleries. This beautiful collection of ornaments is designed by Miette. The inspiration behind some of the incredible artwork by Miette is the use of that intriguing drawing system – Spirograph, which is a geometric drawing toy that produces mathematical curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids. So sci-fi but yet incredibly soft and feminine; All those necklace, earring, brooch and bracelet presented in the post are mainly made of cotton and polyester with hands. Just looks terrific!