A couple of employees of ad agency W+K have come up with one of the kookier ideas in recent memory: data-driven jewelry. After scores of meetings, planner Lisa Prince noticed that data was being packaged up in ever increasingly-beautiful ways. So she teamed up with fellow W+K employee, art director Nicholla Long, to create Plot jewelry, described as “a brand that takes interesting data and transforms it into wearable art.”
There are also a couple of double-data pieces: gold and oil; and silver and oil. Prices range from £94 ($158) to £240 (402). What I’d be interested in, however, is a necklace that plots the state of one’s relationship–although I’m not too sure what commodity they’d do that one in. Dandruff? Toenail clippings? Hair, perhaps.