CĀC - print (A0/A1/A2)


In collaboration x Tyson Ernste
Material: Epson matte paper 192gsm
Model: Print
Collection: NGEI

In collaboration with photographer Tyson Ernste, Naula_studio offers a part of her universe through prints. Much more than jewelry, concepts and stories awakens through visual creations which blends ancestral and futuristic feels.

Tyson Ernste and Naula have been collaborating for over 4 years together in Bali, Indonesia. Together they create photography and videography that transform the Human body and reality into a futuristic and surreal tribal world. Lights, photoshoot sets and props become powerful tools to alter reality and create alternative worlds...

Tyson is a Film maker & Photographer from the Netherlands. His work is charming, mysterious, edgy. Over the past 15 years, Tyson developed a strong and singular work between Europe and Asia. He loves the whole process that goes into fabricating a concept to finished craft with a thoughtful eye and mind.
In 2015 he was chosen to exhibit his talent work for the future of fashion Photography in the Netherlands.

CĀC: (‘spear’ in Nengone) is a modernized version of the Kanak spear, in a jewelry form. ‘CĀC’ is inspired by the slender shapes of the Kanak spear; sharp wooden weapons, they were worn and exhibited as prestige weapons and circulated as gifts in customary exchanges. The futuristic spear is a symbolic weapon ‘piercing’ that awakens the warrior spirits within its wearer’s body and soul. It is placed on the forehead and is worn with pride. It is a reminder of force and courage from our ancestors. In the future, the piece would be integrated directly in the skin, like a prosthetic, and become part of the body.

‘CĀC’ is part of NGEI (translates to ‘later in the future’ in Nengone, the language from Maré, Pacific) which is a collection of 3 monumental accessories inspired by the Kanak artefacts: the Kanak money, ceremonial spears and magic stones. Those objects were pillars of New Caledonia’s culture and identity. In this collection they take a new form and perpetuate traditions in new ways.

All prints are produced in in Bali Indonesia. Items are made-to-order and, as such, they may take up to two weeks to produce. If you’re in a rush don’t worry, just shoot through an email and we’ll see what we can do. Custom sizes, borders, crops, paper quality are available upon email request to [email protected]


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