ORGANIC AND RECYCLED COLLECTION

PETALI_ rings – papaya and babana skins
PETALI_ anelli – papaya e babana

FIRST FOUND_ necklace – hemp, flax, semi-precious stones, cotton, lace
FIRST FOUND_ collana – canapa, lino, pietre dure, cotone, pizzo

I LOST MYSELF…AND I FOUN IT_ necklace – rice, banana, cotton, found insect
I LOST MYSELF…AND I FOUN IT_ collana – riso, banana, cotone, insetto trovato

SHIPWRECK_pendant – silver, tin, found tiny wood, ruby
SHIPWRECK_pendente – argento, stagno, piccoli legnetti trovati, rubino

SECRETS_ necklace – silver, found wood, salt, gauze, cotton, paper
SECRETS_ collana – argento, legno trovato, sale, garza, cotone, carta

ANPHIBIAN_ necklace – beet, found wood, hemp, shell, fossil sand
ANPHIBIAN_ collana – barbabietola, legno trovato, canapa, conchiglia, sabbia fossile

I LOST MYSELF…AND I FOUND IT_ brooch – rice, banana, cotton
I LOST MYSELF…AND I FOUND IT_ brooch – riso, banana, cotone

ISPIRAMI_ pendant – rapa, gauze, flowers
ISPIRAMI_ pendente – rapa, garza, fiori

1935_ collier – rapa, nylon, lace, stick
1935_ collier – rapa, nylon, pizzo, legnetto

BEETLE BROOCH_ brooch -cardboard, riceBEETLE BROOCH_ brooch -cartone, riso

BEETLE BROOCH_ brooch -cardboard, rice
BEETLE BROOCH_ brooch -cartone, riso

BIG BUNNY_ necklace – gold, carrots
BIG BUNNY_ collana – oro, carota

I decided to experiment with organic materials when cooking was more time I spent looking at the ingredients than passing them in the pan!
I had to bring some of them in my jewelry! Through observation, experimentation, and over time I have created an evolving organic collection. HERE‘s a page dedicated to the curiosity and questions about the most common organic materials, if you want you can go and check it out! Included in this collection recycled or found materials and semi-precious stones.

Each jewel is a unique and independent creature, with a strong personality because it was born from meeting of elements from past adventures. It’s able to tell a story, to awaken the imagination and contemplation. I confess these creatures don’t like being in closed places, because they prefer to breathe. They’re living creatures, evolve their look slightly changing shades and texture. It’s possible that these jewels find a wearer, someone who truly loves them for who they are, but if not, they would continue to exist with pride.

Ho deciso di sperimentare materiali organici quando cucinando era più il tempo che passavo a guardare gli ingredienti che a passarli in padella! Dovevo assolutamente portarle alcuni di loro nei miei gioielli. Attraverso l’osservazione, la sperimentazione e il passare del tempo ho creato una collezione organica sperimantale in continua evoluzione. QUI c’è una pagina dedicata alle curiosità e alle domande più comuni sui materiali organici, se vuoi puoi andare a dargli un’occhiata! Fanno parte di questa collezione anche materiali di riciclo o trovati e pietre semi preziose.

Ogni gioiello è una creatura indipendente e unica, dalla forte personalità perché nato dall’incontro e dal dialogo di elementi dal trascorso avventuroso e che quindi sono in grado di raccontare una storia, di risvegliare l’immaginazione e il senso contemplativo. Vi confesso che queste creature non amano molto stare in posti chiusi, perchè preferisco respirare. Creature viventi evolvono il loro aspetto cambiando leggermente tonalità e consistenza. È possibile che questi gioielli trovino un indossatore, qualcuno che li ami per quello che sono, ma se così non fosse continuerebbero comunque ad esistere e ad evolversi con orgoglio.

7 comments

  1. Confashionista · March 30, 2012

    Grazie mille per seguir il mio blog;) I will check yours more closely but really liked this post the photos and ideas shown.

    • Giardinoblu · March 30, 2012

      Thank you so much to be here! I love your blog* so I ‘m so glad for your comment about my work ‘see you soon girl!;)

  2. greentrailsandteapottales · March 30, 2012

    Thanks so much for following my blog and allowing me to discover yours! Your ideas are absolutely amazing, and so sustainable!

    • Giardinoblu · March 30, 2012

      Thank you to you! Thank you for have a walk here and share your comment* I must be careful to go too much on your blog … there are things a little too tempting, you make me come hungry! I love that kind of simple+vitaminic food !

  3. innervy · March 30, 2012

    wow – great stuff – I love it – it remind me of Ireland and all the crazy organic stuff what you can find on sea shore :) very very inspiring work of yours, again – love it :)

    • Giardinoblu · March 30, 2012

      Oh yes, shore is one of the best place ever to find the magic! Everything we can find inspire our visions and, usually, have something inside that increase our sense of poetry because they tell us incredible stories.

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