Sunglasses by Elina Gleizer

Elina Gleizer Spotlights The Shade Me If You Can Sunglasses

Elina Gleizer, the architect of the awarded project Shade Me If You Can - Sunglasses by Elina Gleizer explains, "Shade me if you can" are a handmade Sunglasses, inspired by the eye brow line and the two eye sockets, and designed to express them in slight exaggeration. The eyebrow line was creatively translated into the glasses in the form of a wooden visor functioning as the bridge, with two free floating monocles that are hinged into the hand carved walnut. The design represents the dialogue with human anatomy, form and ergonomics. It integrate different techniques and materials, all creating contemporary and fashion forward piece of wearable art. .

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