An interesting new business model offers artists and designers a rare opportunity to work with precious metals and gems.
Independent designers fresh from the academies stand next to established names during this year’s Object Rotterdam. The design fair has grown in many ways and this year presents itself independently from big brother...
In her latest project, designer Kasia Zareba has combined the beauty of nature with her love of jewellery to create a delicate, wearable piece.
A passion for craft, honest materials and honest food is what linked the participants of this year’s Meesterlijk. The yearly event held at the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam is organised by Uniquole.
Subtitled ‘The so contemporary jewellery collection of Mrs Wilde’, Z33 Gallery’s latest exhibition that opened last Sunday examines the close personal relationship between jewellery and its wearer.
During the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam graduation show, Design.nl stumbled upon the work of Suzanne van Beest. Her tactile accessories are based upon nature, the octopus to be exact.
At the Gerrit Rietveld Graduation show we came across the work of graduate Cecilia Valentine who would see us wearing our living pets as accessories instead of as fur coats.
The jewellery of designer Katja Sobol reflects the icons of ‘adult life’ in a playful colourful style
For La Montre Hermès, Kiki van Eijk designed a nomadic window display decor concept, drawing her inspiration from her poetic inner dream world.
London’s Design Museum plays host this week to a new exhibition Unexpected Pleasures that charts the development of the contemporary jewellery movement from the 1970s through to today.