The beauty of nature can be hard to come by if you live in the city, so maybe it’s time to tap into your wild side by way of a few new accessories. Jewelry designer Mary Lou has successfully captured the animal kingdom’s cutest creatures as stunning (and size-adjustable!) statement rings that will instantly bring a smile to your face and quirky flair to your outfit.
Come rain or shine, you can always count on a pop of color to brighten up an outfit.
Philippines-based artist Ruby Thursday (of Thursday CraftLove)
An enamel pin is a perfect way to commemorate the things that you love. These small accessories allow you to outwardly express your appreciation for just about anything—including a beloved artist, ethereal fictional characters, or perhaps a memorable vacation. For the past five years, a husband and wife duo known as Drop a Pin have traveled the world and documented their favorite buildings.
As technology continues to rapidly advance, the state of our privacy is a concern.
Skulls, lungs, and human hearts might not be the prettiest of subjects, but Japanese textile artist Hiné Mizushima turns human...
German designer Britta Boeckmann (of BoldB) creates sand and resin jewelry that captures the beauty of Australia’s ocean landscapes. Lovingly handcrafted using real beach sand and blue resin, each piece from the Aqua Collection looks like a tiny, wearable beach that wearers can take with them wherever they go. Boeckmann’s love of creating began as a child, when her father owned a hardware store.
Wish you could keep the world at your fingertips? Thanks to today’s travel-loving designers, you can!
What if you could wear the entire universe on your finger?
Artist Gésine Hackenberg transforms ceramic plates, bowls, and dishes into exquisite pieces of jewelry. Using dinnerware as her raw material, she extracts small discs from them and strings them together like beads or inlays them among metal for earrings and rings. Hackenberg tends to focus on the decorative part of a plate or bowl, such as popular Delft patterns, which results in colorful and unassuming pieces of wearable art.
There are certain cities that should be on every art lover’s list.
Illustrator Hannah Kienzle uses her artistic skills as a way to express the beauty of the world around her.