I rarely show my girly side over here, but these pieces by Boo and Boo Factory just makes me want to put on my cheeriest outfit so that I can put on these lovely necklaces to top it all off! Edgy yet hip, these would make for a fun conversation piece – I love the pairing of materials and also the overlapping patterns that makes each piece unique, much like wearing a piece of graphic art.
Architecture graduate Christina Anton makes these fun geometric pieces from leather; piecing together different forms to create unique and eclectic compositions with a style that leans towards – in her own words – bohemian tribal to an urban street chic look infused with digital architectural influences.
There’s more – according to Christina:
“Processes in architecture such as parametric and algorithmic scripting are my biggest influences. I think in shapes, dream in lines and find beauty in repetition. I am inspired by anything from vertebrae, plant cells, biomimicry to abandoned factories and urban wastelands.”
Happy weekend everyone!
And please bear with me as I make one last announcement about our Japan Tsunami and Earthquake Fundraiser — we’ve raised USD$950 so far (thank you so much to those who chipped in!) and we’re going to end the fundraising on Monday, 4th April. If you’d like to help us reach USD$1000, you still have time! Just head over to Pikabooks to pick up Mogu’s poster — every little bit helps!