Blog > November 2020
These rings are so cool and striking, you'd never think that they came from humble beginnings. Check out Texas artist Charity Ridpath for more pieces featuring recycled salad containers, produce bags and other single-use plastics.
Ring-Free Thursday: Australia's Erstwilder.
China's Xinia Guan hand-saws silver, gold and stainless steel to create mesmerizing, even meditative patterns.
Rings unlacq any I've ever seen: incredible lacquer work by Japan's Keisuke Sano.
I always find clean, flat edges on glass to be deeply satisfying, so you can imagine my utter satisfaction with Japan's Kazumi Fukasawa.
French artist Marie Guerrier creates sculptures "from miniature to monumental," like the wearable rings you see here to the larger installations you can and should! view in her gallery.
Ring-Free Thursday: Poland's Sergiusz Kuchczynski.
For that "just raided the antiquities wing of the museum" look, visit Spain's Assumpta Bou.
If you still associate "bead rings" with those friendship rings from elementary school, check out French jeweller Nina Mikha for her grown-up take on the old classic.
Or arm. Either way, Spain's AntroPiko has your octopus jewellery needs covered.
Eunseok Han really has her creative juices and colas and beers flowing. The South Korean artist uses drink cans as her colour palette, creating jewellery that blooms bright and pretty. Don't miss her brooches, necklaces and other works!
Ring-Free Thursday: Hungary's MintaLabor.
Oxidation as decoration by South Africa's Birgit Duval.
These rings are UK-based Malaysian jeweller Caron Ang's "attempts at capturing the intricacy and fluidity of the blood vessels." Below, another of her branchial (so to speak) rings:
Rings, with a punk sensibility, by Japan's Chigo.
Please look at these rings for at least twenty seconds. This COVID-19 "Wash Your Hands" set brought to you by UK-based Immie Spilsbury.
Ring-Free Thursday: Australia's Sharka Bosakova.
Some gorgeous matte petals from Portugal's Ana Sales.
Just some blue vibes today with these rings in titanium and lapis lazuli by Australia's Lia Rita Anderson...
...this glass ring by Japan's Itsuka Glass Works (Itsuka Ito)...
...and this sapphire ring by New York's Paradiiso.
These rings please me. I am pleased. If you please, visit Spain's Maria Ninot for many more pieces.