Genevieve Williamson makes minimalist look easy. Three drop-shaped polymer layers are stacked on top of each other and dusted with a hint of texture and paint. The effect is breezy and wearable.
Inspired by Adam Thomas Rees’ multi-part cane, Julie built her flamenco dancer as two 4″x4″ squares (top and bottom) which she reduced separately.
On her blog Julie explains the troubles she encountered with this senorita and how she turned flaws into features.
The washers and nuts that she uses as accent beads on the robot pendant repeat the mechanical theme.
Caroline loves to draw and she’s just gotten started at drawing on polymer. You’ll want follow along on her Facebook page (that’s the only place I could find her) and see where she takes these monsters and the process.
Geometric, minimalist, modern, distressed, urban – some of the adjectives you might use to describe the polymer jewelry of Israel’s Danna Gusman pictured wearing her work here.
The integral use of chains, the scratched and dirty textures make a chic, fashionable statement.
You can find more work like this Squares Modern necklace and Gray and Black Mandala on Danna’s Facebook and Pinterest sites as well as her Etsy site. Genevieve Williamson sent in this link and you can see that she shares an aesthetic with Danna.