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Charming jewelry marries recycled broken wood with bio-resin : TreeHugger

© Marcel Dunger

Using humble pieces of broken maple wood, German product designer Marcel Dunger transforms these typically discarded pieces into lovely, minimalist accessories by joining them with eco-friendly bio-resins.

© Marcel Dunger

© Marcel Dunger

via Charming jewelry marries recycled broken wood with bio-resin : TreeHugger.

Shards of Hope: Jewelry made from pottery broken by Japan’s tsunami: TreeHugger

The Nozomi Project

Meticulously crafted in a setting of collective healing and hope, The Nozomi Project is a wonderful example of long-term aid that takes into account of wounds that may take longer to heal than re-building mere buildings. More over at The Nozomi Project.

via Shards of Hope: Jewelry made from pottery broken by Japan’s tsunami (Video) : TreeHugger.

Bauhaus Inspired Contemporary Jewelry by Lauren Markley – Design Milk

Bauhaus Inspired Contemporary Jewelry by Lauren Markley

Kansas native Lauren Markley has zigzagged all over and recently landed herself in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her line of contemporary jewelry made me first think of Bauhaus design, and especially the work of Moholy-Nagy. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and made from recycled sterling silver, various textiles, and wood. The pieces are sculptural and geometric, with interesting shapes making each item more unique than the next.

Bauhaus Inspired Contemporary Jewelry by Lauren Markley

Bauhaus Inspired Contemporary Jewelry by Lauren Markley

Bauhaus Inspired Contemporary Jewelry by Lauren Markley

via Bauhaus Inspired Contemporary Jewelry by Lauren Markley – Design Milk.

Unite Two Design

Here at the RA we’ve posted about Unite Two Design before. They are just so freakin awesome that we can’t keep our eyes off them! Check out their latest eye candy in jewelry and furniture.

Both of our Fathers and Grandfathers were entrepreneurs. It must be in our blood.  We both grew up in Allentown, PA.  A town who’s rich industrial past has left it’s stamp on our psyche and work ethic.

Keith grew up spending a lot of time on his grandparents farm, assembling, disassembling and rebuilding literally anything.  I grew up just down the road experimenting with art and punk rock fashions of the 80’s.

via About – Unite Two Design.