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e.g.etal for David Bowie is here


e.g.etal has collaborated with Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) to celebrate the much-anticipated exhibition ‘David Bowie is‘.

Melbourne artists Julia deVille, Laura Eyles, Emma Jane Donald and creative duo Peaches + Keen have each created a collection of jewellery for ACMI during the exhibition.

Peaches + Keen for David Bowie

Charting the eclectic nature of Bowie’ influential aesthetic, the pieces reflect different stages of the performer’s career. From Julia deVille’s Labyrinth-esque skulls and cast bones, to Laura Eyles’ glittering goth-glam galaxies, Emma Jane Donald’s hard-edged androgyny and Peaches + Keen’s oversized plastic and gold leaf earrings. The collections feature several exclusive one-off pieces inspired by Bowie.

Laura Eyles for David Bowie

From London’s V&A, David Bowie is offers unprecedented access to objects from the David Bowie Archive that tell the enthralling story of this cultural icon. Featuring costumes, stage set designs, handwritten lyric sheets, album artwork, rare film, video and photographs and interviews, the exhibition showcases Bowie’s impact as a performer and screen star.

Emma Jane Donald for David Bowie

e.g.etal jewellery will be available at the ACMI gallery store during the exhibition from 16 July – 1 November, 2015.

Julia deVille for David Bowie

Top image: David Bowie, 1973. Photograph by Masayoshi Sukita © Sukita / The David Bowie Archive