Vega Bantock - Satirical Jeweller
I create satirical pieces of jewellery in response to topical news stories. I record these transient issues because without it they quickly become yesterday’s news.
The pieces act as souvenirs, recording the little things that history forgets.Read More...
Two powder coated, paper aeroplane brooches packaged in a cellophane bag.
Created in response to the comment, "calm down dear", made by David Cameron to a female Labour MP and designed to highlight the childish, school boy attitudes of many mal
Three powder coated metal car brooches, worn with a clip on the back.
Designed in response to the issues surrounding the Olympic ticket allocation and the unlikely chance of getting hold of any. The cars have been named, Fat Chance, Short Straw
Powder coated metal and acrylic medal hung from an adjustable ribbon and displayed in a red velvet box.
This medal was designed in response to the predictions of huge travel delays during the Olympics.
The medal features an engraving of
Five powder coated metal pin badges displayed in a traditional jewellery case.
Designed to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee, Keep it in the Family is engraved on the inside of the box and refers to the crown itself.
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