Jewellery that looks as though its design has been influenced by torture devices from the Middle Ages? Yes please. Jamie Spinello is the craft warrior behind the cuffs that have been making me come over a little lightheaded.
I'm really rather taken with the jewellery creations from US based store Aurora Shadow. Inspired by ancient civilizations and spiritual practice, store owner Veronica hand crafts pieces of jewellery which - unlike fast fashion pieces - actually have meaning and, she hopes, uplifting, positive energy.
I have been an admirer of the work of Kristin Phillips of FloridXFauna for a while now, and was overjoyed to receive a unique and stunningly beautiful Exploded Jaw pendent for Yule from my wonderful boyfriend. I will be interviewing Kristin for Wyrd Words & Effigies, and am really looking forward to getting to know… Continue reading Exploded Jaw
I like jewellery that screams originality. Jewellery that most wouldn't encounter because it's just so god damn out there that the observer would have to do a double take and in which time poof, it's half way down the street. That's the sort of jewellery crafted by Selda Okutan. I'm particularly taken with her Human… Continue reading Selda Okutan
I fell upon contemporary art and jewellery emporium Sphæra while browsing through the list of creatives attending the DRK MSS autumn market that took place in October in Stockholm. The attraction to Swedish artist Helena Perminger's enigmatic jewellery was immediate and powerful. I knew that I had to talk to her, and hear the stories… Continue reading Interview : Helena Perminger Of Sphæra