From Japanese Rice Paper with hand written calligraphy to Graffiti printed in various colors and handcrafted beads made of different sources, my collections delve into materials to celebrate their essence.
They are combined in ways that create interesting texture, color, form and are made to boost any outfit with unique and sophisticated designs,
Try me Asia
Waves that break the surface of the sea, and ephemeral natural forms find expression in my Try me Asia Collection, where I sculpt, fold, layer, crease, and rip my handmade paper into organic shapes to create Neckpieces and Earrings.
Graffiti embraces the poetry of weathered imperfection in ripped, abraded and refined paper, a process I developed to make it durable and water resistent,
Drawn from the powerful shapes of organic architecture the stainless steel wires on rubber are an interplay of line, light and color that juxtaposes the softness of handmade paper shades in combination with handcrafted ceramic or glass beads.
Neckpieces, Earrings, Brooches and Arm Ornaments emerge in numerous unique and dramatic styles.
Wood is one of the most known and used sustainable materials, which I love to work with, to shape, smooth and adorn with handwritten Calligraphy, Graffiti and handmade beads.
Each piece is arranged by hand with care and accuracy. As a natural material small imperfections and differences from one piece to the next are to be considered as a value that certifies it’s authentic and uniqueness.
Felted wool balls, artfully made by hand in Germany from local wool are an expression of timeless form and come in various sizes and colors.
Arranged on finest stainless steel wire the designs are very light weight,
Creating Jewelry pieces with them throws new light on a beautifully sustainable material, that is usually rather used for clothing.
Handcrafted beads, made of ceramic and glass in various shades and colors add this irresistible touch of drama to each piece of the Rubber Knots Collection.
The finest stainless steel wire supports and balances each knotted ornament to perfection.
Large and expressive, but wonderfully light pieces of jewelry emerge, with that one splash of color that makes them stand out.