Today’s post offers a small dose of inspiration. Dukno Yoon’s strange and wonderful kinetic rings are the coolest thing I’ve seen in a long while! Lovely.
Bronze is a great alloy to use for creating musical tones, and BRONZclay makes it a snap to achieve a wide range of tones by allowing you to easily mold and manipulate the thickness and shape of your metal. . .
The Studio team is grateful for all of our readers, and we’re proud that there are thousands of you now! Because most of you found us in the past few months, today we’re taking a moment to go back to some of the highlights of the early days of this blog, and some of our favorite posts that you might have missed. . .
Eva Martin is a storyteller. But rather than using words on a page, she embeds them in her jewelry designs.
She gets to know her clients very well, through emails and conversations. And she gets to the heart of their stories to design pieces that will come to life with such deliberate meaning. “I find this storytelling one of the most exciting and satisfying parts my job,” she says…
Sometimes, however, jewelry surprises and delights me by doing something more than simply being beautiful. An aunt of mine has a ring that was given to her by her father back in the early 1970s. She adores the ring, partly for the sentimental connection it holds, but also because its a show-stopper!