Blog > October 2021
Photos don't do this ring justice, much less screenshots of a video. So, please, visit Japan's Theta Glass Gallery and see the video in motion for a proper view of this stunning "Honeycomb" ring (there are two in the post). Also check out the video for their "Galaxy" ring, pictured below:
Ring-Free Thursday: Italy's Barbara Paganin.
"Twister" rings with repurposed bottles by Maryland's Jowita Allen (whose recycling bin must be a lot more colourful than mine, because just look at those pretty hues).
Cogs, but make it fashion: Maryland metalsmith Mason Feyz creates a statement piece by applying snake scales to an industrial shape.
Cozy up to these alpaca wool rings by Argentina's Adriana Gómez.
See the squeeze? These iron and balloon rings are a commentary on the housing problem in Brazil, where like in many places around the world those with money are forcing those without to move further and further outside the city. To see more, including non-rings from the same series, visit Brazilian jeweller, architect and urban planner Joana Gabos.
Ring-Free Thursday: Japan's nemunemu (Mari Ito).
Massachusetts-based Michelle Yun uses "geometry as her ruler" while creating work that "embracess the essence of traditional Korean art."
Mesh rings by Bulgaria's Dayana Kazakova...
...who actually works mostly with metal. Visit her gallery to see more!
Italy's Lorenzo Pepe has such a distinct style that even with all these different shapes, each ring is so clearly his.
Transparent but most decidedly not invisible glass creations by Poland's Joanna Muzyka Studio.