We've previously featured Luke Jerram's glass sculptures of deadly viruses. On a more pleasant note, Jerram is getting married. He worked with jeweler Tamrakar to make his own wedding ring. It contains tiny slides that, with a bit of light, project images of Jerram and his bride, Shelina Nanji:
In a darkened room, light from a candle or LED passes through the ring to project a series of portraits. A selection of miniature slides were made of different family portraits and inserted into the edge of the ring for projection. The ring was inspired by 19th Century Standhopes.
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