Blog > May 2022
Brazil's Ana Calbucci combines polymerclay, tourmalines, glass and metal to create rings that look like they were formed naturally in the caves of some fantasy land.
Ring-Free Thursday: Japan's Miho Ishizuka.
For Ohio metalsmith Madison Egleston, "each day is a performance that requires a costume." Visit her site for the whole show, including her "Attenton Seeking Behavior."
You don't so much wear these rings as you let them slink elegantly around your fingers. "Exploring the elasticity of titanium" is Italy's Gi by Giselle (Giselle Effting).
"Candy Rings" by Spain's Manuela Romero. If you love the look of translucent resin, there's lots more in her gallery!
Ring-Free Thursday: South Korea's Han Eunji.
The world is but a ring-shaped canvas for Julie Faber's imagination. Check out the Netherlands-based artist for oversized painted textile rings, gems, bangles and more.
Don't miss the full "3020" collection by Italy's Meristėma Lab (Annarita Bianco), featuring resin and ewaste that have become "artifact[s] from next millennium."
"They Have Their Own Ideas" woven linen rings by New York's Yayaand (Maya Rose Weiss).
Different looks, same designer: Czech jeweller Dana Bezděková.
Ring-Free Thursday: Spain's Gemma Canal.
Masterfully-cut metal from Japan's Itto Mishima.
We've seen rings made from recycled skateboards before, but this kicks it up a notch.
All rings above by Spain's Manufacturas Auténticas Xan.
Amphibians look particularly good in glass, especially in the hands of Japan's 39glasswork (Yasuhiro Kaneshiro).