More ideas from Jose
Almost a year after my trip to Japan I made the decision to turn my fascination with the Country of Cherry Blossoms into the world of jewelry. Firstly I explore the world of Japanese symbols and art, I reached for old traditional woodcuts and themes that are repeating in Japanese crafts & art. Among my souvenirs brought from my trip to this country, I brought pieces of fabric that I used as elements of jewelry.

Almost a year after my trip to Japan I made the decision to turn my fascination with the Country of Cherry Blossoms into the world of jewelry. Firstly I explore the world of Japanese symbols and art, I reached for old traditional woodcuts and themes that are repeating in Japanese crafts & art. Among my souvenirs brought from my trip to this country, I brought pieces of fabric that I used as elements of jewelry.

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Artist Erin LaRocque (of BuildWithWood) creates beautiful pendants by encapsulating natural treasures, found in Michigan’s Hiawatha National Forest, in resin and laser-cut wood frames. This would be a great way to preserve vestiges of felled forests.

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An& de Madeira de & ca& ou recuperadas. Above, some more natural wood rings from Ontario& The Woodlot, who use fallen trees and reclaimed lumber.