Yep, we’ve gone a bit crazy with all that dusting and hoovering, and now we’re selling some awesome products off for up to 50% off, what better time to update your jewellery box?
Products in the sale include our Mega Monkey Necklace from our Spring 2013 collection, along with his little green counterpart. We’re also reducing some of our eye-catching moth and butterfly necklaces which have been featured in the EDP, Norwich Fashion Paper and plenty of online blogs.
We hope you’ll find something you’ll really love, sale ends when it’s all gone (which we’re guessing won’t be long!)
Lately, we’ve been working alongside Peer Art Group, a bunch of artists in Norwich who all have “proper” jobs. The group is a great catalyst for any artist though. Having left university in June 2011, I hadn’t really made much artwork; as such, I was glad to find a group of like-minded people who I could bounce ideas off!
Our first exhibition was at STEW Gallery, which also has its own artist studios and printing rooms. The criteria was simple; we could submit as many pieces of work we wanted, and it could be any medium. I submitted an old piece of work based on Ovid’s Metamorphosis alongside the range of jewelry I’ve been making as PinPinFinds. It was nice to see my jewelry considered “art”, and I don’t think that’s such a strange concept – fashion can certainly be considered art.
After a long day curating, it was good to see everyone chilling out and enjoying the work. Someone had even brought a guitar, so I did what any sensible person would do – played a guitar with my hands and a tambourine with my feet!
I absolutely adorable loud, brash, blingy jewellery that will catch your eye and your imagination too. Lately I’ve been searching for some totally tropical finds because, let’s face it, the UK is more like a tropical rain forest at the moment instead of the glorious sunny island it used to be, so I’ve been sitting in my studio making some tropical jewellery to brighten your day. Think parrots, flowers and butterflies!
Be mucking about with printed acrylic charms too and came up with a range of laser cut butterflies, aren’t they sweet?
It’s almost Norwich Makers Market again, and it’s going to be a great opportunity to showcase this tropical range, and to see all of the wonderful local indie retailers who sell everything from cupcakes to homeware! You should definately come along if you can make it, so watch out for all the updates here: facebook.com/PinPinFinds