Highways and Horizons Bangle
295 USD147.50 USD
Made of the sleek architectural material Corian, your portable utopia is custom engraved with its limited edition number (out of 1000) and, of course, eco-friendly—fabricated in NYC of cast off material (leftover scraps from projects that would have been trash had we not come along) by the talented Campbell Argenzio of Associated Fabrication.
Highways and Horizons bangle bracelet, named after the ever-popular long-queued Futurama exhibit designed by Norman Bel Geddes for the 1939 General Motors Highways and Horizons pavilion, is one of a limited edition series of accessory-scaled “wearable spaces” inspired by the forward-thinking, futuristic architectural spirit of the New York World's Fairs of 1939-40 and 1964-65.
In our charged era of dissenting political opinions, disappearing manners, racial violence, and world conflict, clad your bod in a much-needed optimism.