Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Brevity at Vitamin D(esign)



I'm very excited to announce that my Brevity line is being sold at Vitamin D(esign). My honeycomb necklace has sold out already, so I'm going to be sending Jaime a new batch of necklaces at the end of the week.

I really need to get a proper Brevity store up and running. I've been holding off making business cards because I don't have a home for my work yet. Time to add a website to my list of tasks...

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Monday, December 17, 2007

Supermarket



Sean and I were approached by Supermarket (essentially a curated Etsy) to sell our Sub-Studio wares through them. We set up shop, and I also set up a shop for my jewelry line, Brevity, and have been so pleased with the response. I've sold more than I imagined I would (thanks to all you boys buying Christmas gifts for your ladies!) and am now out or almost out of a few designs (like Cellular, above). Which is good, because I have a few new designs in mind and if I have to make another laser cutting run, I might as well have new work to show for it!

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Monday, June 11, 2007

Double-faced



I'm still trying to figure out how to photograph the various jewelry pieces. We were just fooling around, but I think I might actually like to photograph women in front of their mirrors.

This necklace uses a druzy geode. I like that it's double-sided. Rock-side. Pretty crystal-side!

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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Stopping procrastinating



Over the past year I have amassed tons of semi-precious gemstones, silver wire, tools, etc., all with the good intention of actually making some jewelry. I even took a silversmithing class at SVA last fall (made some cool rings!). I've made several random pieces here and there, but I really haven't gotten serious about coming up with a line of jewelry, per se. We've got a booth at Renegade Craft Fair this June, and I am making that my kick in the butt. My intention is to test out the market with about 10 pieces and see how it goes...This is one of the pieces I made recently. It still needs some work, but I mostly like it.

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