Category: JEWELRY JOURNAL

Poetic jewelry paintings. Robert Smit

The Dutch artist Robert Smith is one of the leading jewelers of our time. His jewelry blurs the boundaries of traditional jewelry art, his art looks like graphics with vivid color elements and poetic...

Kimiaki Kageyama. Japanese aesthetic of beauty

Yesterday surfing the web, I discovered the amazing works of jeweller Kimiaki Kageyama. I’m always amazed by the craftsmanship of Japanese artists. Combining exceptional creativity and solid tradition skills, they create stunning inventive wearable...

Yura Bylkov. Expressive titanium

The jewelry of the Russian artist Yura Bylkov is inspired by both organic nature and architecture. His works are very expressive and dynamic. Intentional negligence, sculptural and geometric forms, iridescent colors ranging from blue to...

Laura Cadelo Bertrand. Jewellery poetry

The wearable art of italian artist Laura Cadelo Bertrand is a jewelry poetry. It’s like reading a book. Fantastic! She began her career as a production designer, Butoh dancer and choreographer. Daughter of painter...

Gigi Mariani. Infinite potential of metal

Works of italian jeweler Gigi Mariani take on the aspect of an ancient relic. Using niello, a blackener with the aid of sulfur, he conceals the preciousness of the noble metal. Under the application...

Marzia Rossi. Italian elegance

Incredible jewelry from the Italian jeweler Marzia Rossi. Rough, irregular surfaces extenuated by feminine and refined elements and details. The jeweller studied in Alchimia Contemporary Jewelry School under artist jewelers Giampaolo Babetto, Manfred Bischoff and...