Human Tree...ancient inspired future statement

Recientemente descubrí a la diseñadora de joyería Hanna Hedman, de origen suizo, esta diseñadora ha creado piezas de joyería que francamente encuentro fascinante e irreal construidas con hojas delgadas de plata y cobre. Su mas reciente trabajo titulado Human Tree es una serie de collares inspirados en sus viajes a México, país de raíces antiguas, rituales, expresiones corporales y religiosos milagros.
Recently I discovered jewerly designer Hanna Hedman, from swedish origins, this designer has made pieces of jewelry that I truly consider fascinating and unreal constructed with thin layers of silver and copper. Her most recent work titled Human Tree is a series of necklaces inspired on her trips to Mexico, country of ancient roots, rituals, corporal expressions and religious miracles.

(more photos on the "mas informacion" link below)








Talking about amazing, unique and truly statment jewelry!

28 comments:

  1. Human tree? That sounds super interesting! :) And i love how unique and 'out-of-the-box' her designs are :)


    Day By Diva
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  2. those look quite cool :)


    http://kind-of-informational.blogspot.com/

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  3. Esto no son Joyas...son más bien Arte...!!!!

    Me encanta como diseña!!!!


    Un beso Chipless by Dave

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  4. Gracias! estoy super contento de mi primer vestido.
    Genial estas joyas, hay una que parece hecha con muchos bracitos pequeños haha me ha encantado! :)

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  5. Great statement pieces, I'm liking the colour running through them all.

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  6. Thats very pretty! Very special in a good way.

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  7. son muy originales!! mi favorito: el segundo!!

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  8. vaya vaya, pues son super originales, la vertdad, muy buen post!!
    mil besos cielo!!

    tatiana

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  9. Stunning! Every piece is so unique. Great find!

    x

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  10. is that a necklace ?
    very cute !
    visit my blog <3


    daraziivana.blogspot.com

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  11. Woah- these are really cool! I like how it was inspired by ancient traditions, yet the jewelry still looks really futuristic. I like the soft colors she uses, too..

    *Claudia* x
    Molto ❤ Fashion

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  12. Beautiful pieces! Just stumbled by your blog & I absolutely love it! :)

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  13. No conocia a Hanna, sus piezas no te dejan indiferentes, parecen que tengan vida. Thanks!!!!

    Alex b

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  14. Really fascinating jewelry ! The Swedish are generally good at designs ! I loved almost all of the pieces, beautiful !

    http://freneticlyfrenzy.blogspot.com

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  15. hola Andy¡¡
    son diseños super originales. Parecen hechos de coral... En verdes degradados serían preciosos...
    saludos
    www.miltyflinn.blogspot.com

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  16. esta muy interesante pero hay algo que no me termina de convencer :)

    saludos

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  17. it's very unique!! really nice!!

    nice blog!! you can visit and follow mine too!!

    http://nail-art-victim.blogspot.com

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  18. those are creepy!!! hahha

    Thanks for your recent comment by the way!
    xoxo, A
    toppedoffwitharedhat.blogspot.com!

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  19. Thats incredible. Never seen anything like it.
    Your blog looks really cool. I am now following yours, hope you'll do the same and check mine out. ;)

    Max (www.justtwokids.com)

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  20. YES PLEASE!!!

    Happy Tuesday Darling! xo

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  21. what an extraordinary piece :)

    http://pinklemonincrystal.blogspot.com

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  22. wow!!! que originales joyas!!! No conocía a esta diseñadora, pero me han encantado!!!
    Un beso!

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  23. soooooo amazing necklaces,i am so fond of them!!!fab post!!!:))
    kisses,have a fantastic day!!!!:)

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  24. yo me he propuesto conocer más el diseño sueco ¡es genial!

    Besitos!

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