Shapes are always in style: see the latest from Adorn Milk for everyday wear, and then some.
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Colleen Mauer Designs walks us through the steps of making one of their latest necklaces.
A classically trained opera singer decided she was tired of unfashionable wearable technology, so she decided to design her own.
Commissioned objects become an exhibition for the London Design Festival.
Adorn Milk has been busy stocking up on some amazing jewelry! Check out the new releases.
Darkroom celebrates 5 years by launching 5 new products that feature 5 geometric shapes.
See what happens when 8 creatives are handed endless supplies of simple, white paper.
Minimalist jewelry that stands alone as sculptural works of art.
An academic project that studies the relationship between an object and its perceived value by making jewelry from waste material.
3D printed jewelry that replicates the intricate nature of plant biology.
Turn seasonal produce into wearable, edible design you can snack on when you get the munchies.
From hand-dyed cotton rope to 3D-printed nylon, Adorn Milk's latest and greatest.
From an adult coloring book to an all-black home in Sweden, here are a few things we're loving lately...
Instrmnt 01 is a minimalist steel watch collection that takes inspiration from industrial design of the mid-20th Century.
3D printed jewelry that results in a moiré pattern when you view them at different angles.
Wood is for more than just chairs and tables - take a look at these artistic uses for this age-old material.