Blog > August 2021
Hands or, as the Toronto-based Chinese creator calls them, "the visible parts of the brain" by Rex Feng.
Some faceted, frosted glass pairings from Japan's Nangoo Glass (Tomoko Nangu).
Tucked away snugly in that case is the "Ring for Insomniacs" by the UK's Loupe + Peg, complete with a duck down pillow, amethyst (for its "magical powers") and lavender (for its calming scent). Oh, also, "sarcasm sprinkled throughout."
Ring-Free Thursday: Germany's Svea Imholze.
Japan's Mariko Tsujimura aka niu. wants the jewellery and the wearer to feel each other's presence.
Clara del Papa's work draws from the land specifically, her native Venezuela.
These glass twist rings from California's Leigh Miller are individually cast, so each gets its own unique variation. I'm particularly into the half opaline ones!
That's some good TGIF energy right there.
Visit Portugal's Rita Santos Pereira for some fun with 3D-modelling.
Ring-Free Thursday: Israel's Shani Axelrad.
Resin and filament rings from the "Nocturna" series by Spain's Alicia Salcedo Gonzálvez.
Exquisitely accordioned paper ring by Japan's Nahoko Fujimoto.
Pretty plique-à-jour from California's Andy Lif Jewelry (Andy Lifschutz).
These "Element Object" rings with floating stones are inspired by colours from childhood memories. For more light-infused colour, check out Japan's Kotenra.
Ring-Free Thursday: Marine Chevanse of France.
The UK's Fumi Artworks uses actual dried vegetables, seasonings and spices in these miniature food rings with a heavy emphasis on Japanese dishes (like the ten-don, bento and chawanmushi shown above).
Ring by South Korea's Sticklerd (Kim Ju Won) gem not included.
Let's make it a Mathematical Monday with these plus/minus rings from Sweden's Cinquantadue (Simona Buganza)...
...this Fibonacci ring from Australia's sixD...
...and this "Menger Mondrian Matrix" ring by Sweden's Mandelwerk (Johan Andersson).
While there are some interesting rings...
...you should visit Belgium's Emma Gregory for her cool, EDM-inspired chains...
...including this piece based on the Chemical Brothers' "Star Guitar" (the one with the video everyone loves).
Ring-Free Thursday: Germany's Silke Erdtmann.
There are few pieces (and even fewer rings) in this portfolio as of right now but these colours just could not be ignored. Visit Japan's Rio Yamamoto for a closer look at some gorgeous ombré in silver and ceramic.
Architectural rings (and their direct inspirations) from Russia's Anchor Jewellery.
This summer vibe brought to you by Italy's Artisticalmente (Leonardi Emanuele).