Posts Tagged ‘ necklaces ’

bead it

June 30, 2011

although im not really a proponent of the tomb raiding that occurred to procure these specimens, they still make me very happy. ancient egyptian beaded necklaces! via the brooklyn museum website: “Much ancient Egyptian jewelry was essentially decorative, but other items of adornment sometimes acted like amulets to protect the wearer. These necklaces include ancestor...
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i like to move it move it

August 17, 2010

i’ve been wanting a change of scenery for a while now and after much deliberation between berlin, new york, chicago, and mexico city, i’ve decided to move to OAKLAND! tracy and i moved a truckload of stuff over yesterday and nico helped me with the rest today. strange to be leaving my home here...
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father/daughter

May 4, 2010

i was browsing una‘s blog (one of my favorite stores in portland) and came across tomoko igarashi‘s knotted necklaces! apparently her parents were both designers, her father, takenobu igarashi an influential and innovative graphic and product designer (below!) and her mother, keiko, working in textiles and housewares. don’t you just love a creative family!?
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