Tracey Emin has collaborated with jeweller Stephen Webster to create a new range bearing her distinctively emotive scrawls. This follows her large-scale I promise to love you video art installation at New York’s Time Square in 2013 and her typically candid the last great adventure is you exhibition at London’s White Cube gallery in 2014.
Having previously been commissioned to produce neon signs for Stephen’s Beverley Hills flagship in 2010, Emin’s I promise to love you phrase has lent itself to a collection of jewellery designs bearing her words.
Emin and Webster’s collaboration sees expressive terms such as “love”, “more passion” and “with you I breathe” forged in plain gold alongside a series of charms inspired by her sketches of woodland creatures.
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