JAM HOME MADE Creates Jewelry Around Joy Division's Iconic Album Art
The #3520 collection pays tribute to Peter Saville’s ubiquitous artwork.
Shortly upon releasing its latest “POST PUNK” collection, JAM HOME MADE has crafted a unique line of jewelry inspired by Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasure album cover. The familiar duo-chrome design created by graphic designer Peter Saville has been immortalized through various mediums ranging from T-shirts and 3D-printed models throughout the years. Gearing up for the brand’s 20th anniversary next year, the Japanese accessories specialists have unveiled its latest #3520 collection, comprised of 3,520 pieces of 925 sterling silver and 18K yellow gold. Each of the items have been carefully cut, wielded and polished to render the 2D plane from the album artwork into a 3D version. The pieces are engraved with “JAM” branding and serial numbers ranging from 1 to 3,520, which can be taken apart to form individual jewelry pieces. Emphasizing a connection through shared artwork, take a look at the creation process through the images above. The accessories will be available at JHM’s website starting on April 29.