Category Archives: Jewelry

Monocircus

Found these delicate accessory designs on the Japanese handmade market site Minne.  They are the creations of married couple artist Ling Shim Ee and architect Kazunori Takeishi. The wearable art objects are sold under the atelier name Monocircus and created with 3d printing technology. They chose this production method to produce complex designs and forms not possible to be achieve by hand. They were also able to work with a variety of materials such as nylon plastic, stainless steel and silver.

You can view and purchase their work on their website. They can also be followed on Facebook and Instagram.

Images: Courtesy of Monocircus.

Jane Mitchell-Finch

Jane Mitchell-Finch is a textile designer who works mainly with fabrics, using hand and free machine embroidery to create badges, brooches and collages. She trained in graphic design but has always been drawn to create things, selling in local shops, fairs, and markets. Her hand-crafted items are unique drawing inspiration from the country side and the coast. Her brand Mitchell-Finch can be found on her website, Facebook and Instagram.

Images: Courtesy of Jane Mitchell-Finch.

Phillipa A. Taylor

Admiring the work of Melbourne-based artist Phillipa A. Taylor, who combines her porcelain pieces with detailed weaving. Her unique range of porcelain ware and jewelry are a combination of wheel thrown and hand building techniques. On an interview with We are Scout we learn this about this inspiring artist:

“I’m a Tassel Maker, Macramé Knotter, Potter, Thrifter, Collector, Mother and Cactus Lover!”

“I find inspiration from the making process, one idea always leads to another then another! I’m constantly looking to create a variety of things and I’m not afraid to experiment and try new things. Not everything works but that is part of the fun! I keep motivated by engaging with the most amazing design and maker community on Instagram! I love the blogging community and have made many dear friends too.”

You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook, Instagram. and her blog, Ouch Flower. Some of her pieces can be purchase on Big Cartel.

Images: Courtesy of Phillipa A. Taylor.