The design of the last decades has focused on reducing the lines and shapes of objects to be adapted, comfortable and functional for the user (among other moral issues perhaps), as it is a fundamental part of design theory. 


However, Hominis goes beyond design and even breaks the barrier of jewelry, I seek in the natural form to understand our existence, its purpose is to establish a relationship with the object, but not from its technical use, but from its symbolic use, I find in natural forms the way to propose a new minimalism based on the concept, return to the basis of our existence, recognize ourselves as complex organisms that have evolved and sometimes we forget that we are also animals, all this deriving in a Brutalist aesthetic.


My work is the gesture of existence, of that existence that is not equal, that is not symmetrical, that is not clean, but nevertheless, in a certain sense, is perfect.


Fabian Pelayo.