Jewellery

Handwoven Fibre Jewellery by Lesh

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Lesh Jewellery

Today on the blog we have an opportunity to get an insight into the creative world of a fibre artist and photographer Summer Moore. She creates unique handwoven jewellery pieces in her New York based studio, under the brand name Lesh. Initially Summer’s interest in fibre arts was inspired by antique Andean textiles seen in Peru, later influenced by the […]

Inspiration

Tiro Tiro Jewellery

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Tirotiro

Today let’s talk about jewellery! Once again I find inspiration in jewellery pieces that combine traditional materials with those that are not so commonly used by jewellers. That is a mix of metals and fibres, nicely coming together in folk – modern shapes. I am talking about beautiful jewellery pieces made by Tiro Tiro. All the jewellery at Tiro […]

Ceramics

Patterned Minimalism by Julia Kostreva

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Julia Kostreva

Today’s inspiration – a wonderful blend of minimalist design, textures and patterns. Products designed considering the smallest details. And these handmade goods are coming from California, San Francisco based designer Julia Kostreva’s studio. Julia is a creative director and designer who works with print, graphic and web design, branding and styling. On top of that she makes beautiful stationery, home […]

Jewellery

Urban Statement Jewellery by Noy Alon

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Noy Alon

We have yet another interview today on the blog. Let me introduce you an artist and jewellery designer from Israel Noy Alon, whose creations are truly unique. Noy makes statement jewellery pieces with an urban industrial look. It seems like her artworks once belonged to a wall of a building and now hold a story within. Story expressed through the […]

Inspiration

The Cookery for the Pleasure of Eyes and Necks by Tadam

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Tadam!

I would like to share with you something quite different today: a beautiful relationship between modern food culture and jewellery. As food is one of the greatest objects of desire, it is becoming more and more appreciated from the aesthetic point of view. So we not only care about the taste, but also the visual look, texture, and colours […]

Inspiration

Minimalist Structures and Shapes by Forma

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Forma

Today I would like to share with you some beautiful creations from Israel: jewellery inspired by mechanisms, structure, kinetic movement, architecture, urban landscapes and nature. These minimalist pieces are made by a jewellery designer and goldsmith Galit Barak, based in Tel Aviv. Galit Barak creates her contemporary jewellery under the name Forma, which is a Latin word for ‘form’, […]

Inspiration

Fresh and Elegant Minimalism from By Loumi

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By Loumi

Today I am bringing you a little bit of white joy: beautiful and fresh minimalist jewellery pieces hand crafted by a French ceramist Kahina Loumi in her Saint-Malo studio, France. Artist draws her inspiration from nature creating elegant, feminine look for her jewellery brand By Loumi. Simplistic white porcelain pieces are often hand painted with fine gold, adding delicate little […]

Jewellery

Mist Jewellery – Driven by Nature

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Mist Jewellery

This weekend I got a really inspiring reply from an artist couple from Croatia, who agreed to answer our featured artist interview questions. Valentina Stepan and Zoran Kranjčec are the creators behind the Mist Jewellery brand. I love the idea of nature being the driving force for the artists in the process of crafting their unique wooden […]