The Mitsumata Collection from Stephanie Simek pulls tradition from Japanese papermaking, and combines that with basic geometric shapes and materials. The elegant lines of the sculptable Mitsumata branch are typically used in paper crafting, but in Simeks new collection have been paired with leather and beads. The results are altogether stunning, and we’re pleased to offer necklaces and bags from the collection in the Lost At E Minor store.
I stumbled upon this beautiful Unicorn Skull necklace from New Zealand artist Meghan Geliza. Called Unicorn from the End of Days, it’s a limited-edition run from an original painting. Enclosed in beautiful glass cabochon. Brilliant! Any misfit must get their hands on one.
Sonho makes sweet, unique charms that separates itself from the rest of the laser-cut jewelry out there. These pendants are handmade in Baltimore using birch, brass components and a whole lot of cuteness.
Animal rights activist group, PETA, is pretty aggressive when it comes to saving animals. So I don’t know how they would feel about this dangling fringe Porcupine quill necklace from Acid Zip. Made of delicate Porcupine quills strung together on a vintage brass chain, the quills double as protection against PETA. Wink wink.
Pearl Necklace is a seemingly amorphous cast silver shape on a chain that is actually an accurate representation of semen. It is a visual marker of chaos turned perfection through an act of beauty and lust; a physical reminder of a fleeting moment of pleasure.