Kelsey Simmen is a type one diabetic and a crazy talented jewelry designer. The best part is that she fuses these things together into an eclectic collection of wearable art. She also donates percentages of her sales to the Diabetic Youth Foundation. Her condition has become her inspiration and led to the creation of works that are cast from diabetes pumps, home grown sugar crystals, and colorful flip tops of insulin bottles. She’s successfully taken a disease and turned it into something beautiful and full of hope.
It’s a bracelet. It’s a wall-hanging. It’s a limited edition piece of art. These art-inspired cuffs from Morphik are all of the above. An arts-focused design company founded with the vision for everyone to experience and own art, Morphik pieces are true art in concept, design, and function. The cuffs are designed as a ready to wear accessory piece, with a detachable art component that can be hung on the wall like a favorite painting and photograph.
How would you style your hair while under the influence of drugs? Aroha Silhouettes has launched part two of Molecular Addictions, this time taking inspiration from the experiments done on spiders in the mid 90s by NASA.
After years of collecting bobbles from every corner of the planet, Jake and Anna bring it all together in one-of-a-kind talismans. Tibetan carved bone skulls, vintage American curiosities, fertility charms from Thailand, crosses from Lourdes, and Oms from India? Nothing is sacred.
I love pretty things. Julie Dye makes pretty things. She makes books, jewelry, paper mobiles, pocket mirrors, magnets and just about any other girly, delicate thing you could think of. And she makes them all out of paper.
Andrés Gallardo transforms vintage porcelain figures into small jewellery. He is inspired by elements of flora and fauna, and he works it out using leather, woods, gold, and silver. He is self-taught, highly intuitive at handcrafting.
Ryan Elisabeth Jewelry uses unique designs to inspire, tell stories, and empower. And the pieces are pretty badass. The As Time Goes By collection showcases intricate pocket watch collages, inspired by historically strong and pivotal women. The Light City series features eye-catching accessories, showing influences ranging from art to architecture. We’re pleased to highlight Ryan Elisabeth jewelry as a featured collection in the Lost At E Minor store.
New York-based artist Anna Sheffield recently designed a few edgy pieces for the haute-costume jewelry line, Bing Bang. I’m loving the silver wolf studs. Crazy!
Cartier knows good quality, and we’re not just talking jewels. This lush, polished and breathtaking video piece entitled, L’Odyssée de Cartier, is a standout. Make sure you set this one to full screen and HD, because it deserves it.
Minimalist cool meets urban grunge. This is Upper Metal Class, fine metal jewelry inspired by architecture, construction, math and science. Upper Metal Class already scored major points with their chic every-day friendly line, but there’s a major bonus to the brand: they are uber-environmentally conscious, constructing all goods from recycled metal in a wind-powered studio. […]
Jeni Oye makes bracelets made out of recycled bike tires. Handmade with an aluminium base — just like a bike rim — these are one-of-a-kind cuffs for guys and gals. Available exclusively at Oye Modern.
Valentine’s Week has us in the mood for love, and nothing says that better than the Punk Ring by Lusasul. Romance meets badass, just the way we like it. Available now in the Lost At E Minor store.
Everyone has his or her own secret indulgence. Molecular Addictions is a jewellery collection and a concept series by Aroha Silhouettes where molecules are depicted in a way that shows the dark and lonely addictions we can have to addictive substances.