The Polish artist Paulina Bartnik, aka Conieco, realises tiny hyperrealistic portraits of animals “ready to wear”. Her handmade brooches are crafted with love, care and of course plenty of skills.
You can follow her on Instagram too.
Enjoy the soft jewellery creations by Astrid, aka An Astrid Endeavor, a designer based in San Francisco that creates beautiful embroidery and textile accessories.
You can follow her on Instagram.
This week it’s all about ceramics and accessories, with the beautiful creations of Harriet Damave, aka Harrietsblueandwhite.
On her Etsy shop you can find plenty of fine illustrated ceramics ready to wear, along with other home & kitchen decorations.
The Japanese designer Mariko Kusumoto creates unique dreamy jewellery. I was particularly intrigued by her fiber creations, where organic forms taken from nature are the main topic of each product.
Her way to manipulate textiles and colours is extremely elegant and delicate. I also love the translucency/transparency combinations of the selected textiles, that give to each piece a very original touch.
Nature to wear!
The Canadian brand Secret Wood creates fine handmade rings with a dreamy twist. Each piece is realised mixing fresh wood and coloured jewelry resin.
The magical switch is in the details – inside each ring you can see a miniature surreal scenery that takes inspiration from nature.
You can literally bring a landscape with you, isn’t it cool? For now the the brand produces just rings, but they are planning to create pendants too. Can’t wait to see them!
I love the conceptual beaded jewelry by Nepinka where nature, anatomy and a geeky style meet together.
The designer behind this awesome store realizes one of a kind jewelry inspired by natural elements as flowers or plants and anatomical human parts.
The unusual meet between these two elements makes these products unique, and of course more close to an art piece “ready to wear” rather than a simple fancy jewel.
The Australian based designer Britta Boeckmann realizes stunning handmade jewelry using an extraordinary materials combination: wood and resin.
On her Etsy shop BoldB you will find necklaces, rings and earrings, each one of them is one of a kind.
The Australian Etsy shop Harthorne creates contemporary necklaces using awesome cotton fabric textures and wood. The necklaces can be used separately or combined together, and each one of them is awesome.
I just love the creations by the Greek designer Olga, full of bright color combinations, simple and chic. Her necklaces are made by polymer clay, in addition she uses other materials as cotton, leather, wood and paint.
The minimal final result is stunning and I couldn’t resist, so I bought a necklace for me! As you can see from the pictures above, I received a nice packaging and a perfect necklace. You can find her on Etsy, the shop is called Floti.
I have already launched the “purple crafts” section a while ago so, here we are again to show you another talented crafter that I wanted to feature on my blog. Christina Anton is an American designer that creates fashion accessories as clutches, wallets and jewelry mostly made of painted leather.
She likes to assemble geometric textures and she creates a mind blowing colors combination, where bright and neon shades crash together perfectly. Now it’s time to show her creations, some of my favorite are below. Check out other available products on her Boo and Boo Factory shop on Etsy.