Jie Sun

Jie Sun és un artista originari de Xina però que actualment viu i treballa a Amsterdam. L’any passat va ser el Premi Professional Enjoia’t i per tant aquesta setmana, dins de l’event Joya 2013, podreu visitar una exposició de les seves noves peces al Fad. No us les perdeu!

Jie Sun is a jewelry artist from China but he is nowadays based in Amsterdam. Last year he won the Enjoia’t Award and for this reason, this week inside the Joya 2013, you will be able to visit his own exhibition at Fad. Don’t miss it!

Strangely Yours

Increïbles les joies d’aquesta dissenyadora de Singapur fetes amb fusta i completament personalitzables. M’encanta la mini camera de fotos! Amazing jewels from this Singapore designer made with wood and completely customizable. I love the small camera pendant!

Hash and Chez

M’agraden les joies que fan aquesta parella de Los Angeles, utilitzen fusta i altres materials reciclats per fer aquestes joies de formes geomètriques. Genial!

I like the jewellery of these artists based at Los Angeles, they use wood and recycled materials to make these geometric shape jewels. Great!

 

AFK Designs by Arthur Kemelman

Aquest dissenyador Israelià treballa amb la fusta d’olivera, la treballa i incrusta trossos de pedres o or a les vetes de la fusta. El resultat és preciós, bona feina! This Israel designer works with olivewood and inlay small portions of gemstones and gold inside the wood. The result is very beautiful, great jewels!

Mr Lentz

Avui he descobert la col·lecció de penjolls d’aquest artista de Boulder, CO. Són peces fetes de fusta on es poden posar flors o molsa, tot depèn del gust de cada un. M’encanta!!

Today I dicovered the collection of this artist from Boulder, CO. They’re pieces made with wood where is possible to wear flowers or moss. I love them!!

“I am constantly building new things, whether a living necklace, Mexican colonial era bench, wind turbine or cigar box guitar… creating things is what I do best. I try hard to stick to recycled and renewable materials as well as non-toxic handmade stains and wood finishes. I source a lot of my material from the local renewable resource yard in Boulder, CO. One man’s recyclables becomes art, design and creation.”