Photo 22 May #zoachimerum #process

#zoachimerum #process

Video 22 May 1 note

V necklace process. It all starts from a wire “gesture” and everything is built on top of that.

Photo 21 May 3 notes Another almost-finished entry in the V-series of necklaces. This one is going to be used as a head piece for a runway show tomorrow.

Another almost-finished entry in the V-series of necklaces. This one is going to be used as a head piece for a runway show tomorrow.

Link 15 May Zoa Chimerum at Maker Faire Bay Area this weekend»

West Coast friends come say hello!

We’re going to be exhibiting and selling our work at Maker Faire Bay area this weekend. 

We have a limited number of ticket discount codes available. Send us an email if you’d like to use one.

New-old plume bracelet design. I've gotten rid of the hook and eye closure - instead there is memory wire running through the armature which causes the bracelet to actively grip the wrist. Plus there's a nice taper to the form now. I'm pretty sure this is

Link 12 May RAW:Brooklyn presents REVOLUTION plus $25 of jewelry for $15»

Hello NYC and Brooklyn! I’ll be presenting my work at this event on the 22nd and I’d love for you to come. It’s a multi-disciplinary showcase of many people working in different fields of visual culture, and it’s shaping up to be a fantastic event.

To help promote the show, I am offering a $25 gift code (redeemable in my etsy store), for anyone who purchases tickets through my profile link.

Tickets to the show are $15, so even if you cannot attend, you may wish to purchase a ticket anyway because you’ll still be getting $25 worth of purchasing power for $15. Gift codes will be sent by email within 48 hours of your ticket purchase.

Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 08:00PM
21+ // Cocktail Attire
Brooklyn Night Bazaar | 165 Banker St | New York |

Link 11 May Surface to Structure - Folded Forms - Origami Exhibition - Cooper Union»

Origami was the first art form I learned as a child, before learning to draw even. While I no longer make origami myself, it has remained a major influence in my design sensibility.

I’m super-excited to check out this upcoming exhibition at Cooper Union, and if you’re in the NYC area I’d encourage you to see the show as well.

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that as of now the exhibition is still in the “maybe” stages - they are seeking to raise funds on Indiegogo to transport all the artworks to New York; since most of them are fragile and overseas, this undertaking is not a trivial obstacle.

Help fund the project here.

Info on the exhibition at their website.

More images of origami on Colossal.

Photo 9 May 2 notes Metamorphosis, or something. The brooch on the far right is one that I wear all the time and I’ve put it through the laundry dryer a bunch. It would be easy to fix, but I kind of like the effect, so I’ve left it the way it is. I’m going to do this on purpose a bunch of times with other brooches. Remember: if you make a mistake once, it’s an error, but If you can make the same mistake over and over again, it’s a technique.

Metamorphosis, or something. The brooch on the far right is one that I wear all the time and I’ve put it through the laundry dryer a bunch. It would be easy to fix, but I kind of like the effect, so I’ve left it the way it is. I’m going to do this on purpose a bunch of times with other brooches. Remember: if you make a mistake once, it’s an error, but If you can make the same mistake over and over again, it’s a technique.

Link 7 May 1 note Peculiar Abstract Sandcastles by 'Sandcastle Matt'»

NOT MY ART, But I’m a fan.

Photo 7 May 1 note One of the more complex rings I’ve made so far.

One of the more complex rings I’ve made so far.

Video 6 May 2 notes

Yet another ring experiment. When I finished this one, the first thing that came to mind was an old N64 video game called Majora’s Mask. Maybe I was unconsciously channeling a childhood memory. What do you think?


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