|| The Pride Collection ||
I created this collection for the LGBTQ+ community, by the LGBTQ+ community.
A dear friend of mine asked if I could design a minimalistic necklace for his beloved friend in Greece. Where sadly, coming out is still little accepted by society.
I gave her, her colors in Natural Stone Beads with smaller Hematite stones that would divide the colors and create her flag so she can wear it with PRIDE!
Those who know will know, and those who don't will still see a pretty necklace.
Thank you <3
The Magic of Kinbaku
My partner and I dedicate a lot of time to the Art of Japanese Rope Bondage.
We provide workshops, shows and travel around the world to educate ourselves more about it's History and Heritage. In honor to that I created these cute Jute Rope Bracelets with magnetic lock that may suit any style for any occasion.
Dreamcatchers are protection charms native to the first Nations and cultures of America.
In Ojibwe a dreamcatcher is called asabikeshinnh which the inanimate form of the word 'Spider'.
Therefore a Dreamcatcher can also be called a 'Spider web charm' or 'Dream Snare.'
Originally they are made with the hoop of a willow, on which is woven a net or web. It may also be decorated with sacred items such as feathers or beads. Traditionally, dreamcatchers are hung over a cradle or bed for the protection of infants and children.
The hoop with woven string meant to replicate a spiders web to 'Catch' nightmares and allow 'Dreams' to pass through.
Ever since I was a child I've been fascinated by Dreamcatchers. I truly adore their true intention, history and heritage. My love and connection with Spiders has only made my fascination bigger and start conjuring them myself for the protection of the ones I love.
Taxidermy and Feathers
People will either love it, or hate it.
I on the other hand love anything about animals, when they are alive and what they leave behind when they die. Why not honor these beautiful creatures by displaying, for example, there beautiful wings or create something entirely new with the single feathers they leave behind when they are molting.
Nature is beautiful, in life and in death.