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Modern Marvel

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katerina reich

Katerina Reich

Today, I bring you the cool jewels by Czech designer Katerina Reich. She takes as her inspiration elements of modern architecture, colored by a vision of the future.

Reich applies her hyper-futuristic designs to everything from jewelry to art to sunglasses to wearable art like the piece below, called IO:

io

“IO is atypical jewel whose main part is placed on top half of beck. The jewel is named IO after the innermost moon Jupiter whose orbit lies between moons Thebe and Europe, and is the fourth largest moon in our solar system. The essential element of the object is a circle which for me has a mystical symbolism. Its line embodies the ultimate perfection, eternity, infinite cycle of creation, destruction and rebirth. The jewel case is made of sandblasted plexiglass and shaped as eg in which IO waits as an fetus for its birth.”

You should check out all Reich’s weirdly wonderful designs. Her stuff can be seen on her website, Facebook, Twitter, and in her Etsy shop.

All images property of Katerina Reich.

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!

9 thoughts on “Modern Marvel

  1. I love that a lot her stuff is really avant-garde, but there you can still wear a lot of it to work. I love all of the cuff bracelets 🖤

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  2. “Wanna do something?”
    “Yea. Hold on while I take my jewelry off.”
    I do love this stuff, though.

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  3. Always so inspiring — thank you!

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  4. Fantastic design. Not every piece is everyday wearable but a surprising amount is.

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