World Break | Stephane Halleux | Animated Sculptures | February 12.11

Leather, metal, wood pulp and recycled materials are all behind Stephane Halleux’s sculptures. I’m not sure why I just came across his imaginative and surprising world only now. Stephane’s Monsieur Hublot is my favorite out of the bunch. In the near future you’ll be able to watch this character come to life in …

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Student Break | Orly Montag | Made Of China | September 12.10

Orly is a 2010 Graduate of the Ceramics and Glass Department of Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Orly’s 105 creatures are all about industrial duplication and the world of singular art. “Consumerism that includes mass production, led me to explore the possibilities that come from combining a mass produced product and a …

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NORITAMY | Asymmetrical Vibe | June 24.10

When you take two creative minds like mother and daughter, Tammar Edelman and Elinor Avni, you get each and every time surprisingly stunning collections! Sculptured jewelry gets a whole new meaning in Noritamy’s 2010 summer collection. For sure, the nails collection is my favorite. I love the simplicity, transparency and movement in it. …

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One On One Break | inSync | Iris Saar Isaacs and Jane Barwick | May 10.10

Today, my One On One Break comes from Melbourne, Australia. When graphic design meets contemporary jewelery you get inSync design. A small creative studio specialising in producing distinctive colourful contemporary jewellery, which the Israeli Iris Saar Isaacs shares with an Australian jeweller named Jane Barwick. I’m thrilled that Iris wanted to share with …

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