Mr. Bongbong Need You Be Positive in Colourful Life! Rings (dragon skin, pigment) – Own Creature collection I adore Ming Gu‘s Body Parasite collection – using just silicone, thread and pigment, she manages to create exactly the kind of pieces I … Continue reading
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The first thing that strikes me about Israeli artist Ela Bauer’s work is that it’s very clearly based on natural structures, and is sometimes incredibly visceral – yet always remains perfectly delicate. Comprised primarily of silicone and thread, Bauer’s work … Continue reading
Dublin & Back Snembryo The Higher You Climb, The Deeper You Fall In her Reality & Fantasy collection (2007), German jewellery designer Lisa Juen concerns herself with the idea of accessing the world of dreams, desires and wishes; she sees her pieces as … Continue reading
Moss (plastic) Made in Holland (Wood, paint, pearl) Would you like something to drink? (2009) (Nylon) Made in Holland (Ceramics, textile) Doll (Plastic, pearl) (Photographs courtesy of Klimt02) I’m really into Ineke Otte‘s work, not least for the way it’s been photographed! … Continue reading
I find these subtle yet face-altering jewellery pieces by Turkish designer Burcu Buyukunal, pretty weird – of course – but pretty fascinating. They’re a cool concept. These pieces disrupt the certainty of the face and challenge the idea of beauty and … Continue reading
Fluidity + Form – Materials used in each piece, in order of appearance: PVC, steel, plexiglass, cyanotype on silk, cotton floss, tinted plastic / Wood, copper, silver, 22k, cyanotype on silk, tinted plastic / PVC, steel, plexiglass, cyanotype on silk, cotton floss, tinted … Continue reading
Brooch in sterling silver and plastic. Taiwanese designer Liaung Chung Yen incorporates a wide variety of materials in his work: “I think of my jewelry as fragments, carrying stories by using metaphor in my design, expressing the desire, wit or sensuality. I also … Continue reading