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Interview: Denise J Reytan
While many jewelry designers stick to classics like gold, silver and semi-precious stones, Denise J Reytan builds her "wearable collages" from the most unusual colors and materials. Silicone, textiles and even custom-casted plastic objects are juxtaposed...
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"In All The Wrong Places" by Cartography40n74w
Raised on the Canadian island of Newfoundland and now based in New York, Mark Peddigrew is known for collecting antique charms—and stories—from around the world. This time, he is bravely sharing his own, reliving memories that are both painful and...
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LAS Jewelry
Designing out of their studio in Ohio, husband-and-wife artists Daniel and Lisa Soltis work side by side to create their casted jewelry. Brought together by their love of art and design, the couple started LAS Jewelry as a way to get closer. "We...
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Red Brick
Emphasizing the embellishment side of scarf design, Scottish jewelry-maker Karen Mabon approaches the classic silk accessory like an artist to a canvas, creating statement pieces that are as imaginative as they are stylish. Mabon—who graduated...
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Data Necklace
"The future of digital is physical"—this statement by Google Creative Lab's Tom Uglow at last year's Port Eliot Festival comes to mind when one encounters the Data Necklace. This new piece of jewelry from designer and software developer...
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Kyyote
From the geometric angles of minimalist, abstract art to the intangible, endless summer spirit that characterizes her longtime home, LA-based jewelry designer Amanda Loos filters a rich range of inspiration into her line, Kyyote. Delicate lines...
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Fort Standard Jewelry
Having built a repertoire of supremely simple, thoughtfully crafted contemporary furniture, lighting and home objects, Brooklyn-based design pair Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings of Fort Standard take their ethos in a new direction with a line...
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Ccchu Necklaces
The husband-and-wife team behind the eco-friendly clothing line Ccchu, Ching Ching and Michael Chu, continue their exploration of what they describe on their Facebook page as "alternative ways of designing" with their recent collection of statement...
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History and Industry
Painter Irene Wood makes abstract works exploring growth, displacement and decay. But when it came to the Seattle-based artist's first serious jewelry collection, inspired by accessories of ancient Greco-Roman, Egyptian and African royalty, she...
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