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Good Day, Gdańsk

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Vu by Fruit Bijoux (photo by Marianna Korman)

vu [vy]
adj
a meaning of coolness
“you are soo vu”

I promised you frivolity, and here it is.

The colors in this jewelry just sucked me right in, and, frankly, we could all use something pretty to get excited about. Made of brass and acrylic and nautical rope (yes, rope!), the palette in the Fruit Bijoux store is too good not to explore. The artist responsible for these yummy pieces is the mysterious Szymon Ciechorski, from Gdańsk, Poland.  That’s all I’ve got. The man is an enigma. A talented, talented enigma.

In addition to the lovely sherbet-and-sea-glass colored pieces, Fruit Bijoux also has a line of jewelry that incorporates satellite images of the night skies from some of the biggest cities on earth.  How brilliant is that?

Instead of organizing pieces by type (earrings, rings, etc.), the website allows you to browse by color palette. Such a clever and appealing idea. Go check them out!

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

(Photo by Marianna Korman)

"Goodnight New York" cufflinks (photo by Marianna Korman)

“Goodnight New York” cufflinks (photo by Marianna Korman)

 

 

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

3 thoughts on “Good Day, Gdańsk

  1. It looks like candy, in a good way.

    Like

  2. Pingback: Natural Beauty | My OBT

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