Tuesday, 17 April 2018

What's new in Spring?

... plenty! Well, more than just a handful for now.

They're either unique one-off pieces or part of a small limited edition collection interpreted in different ways depending on the weather in me. If you like any of them, find it by clicking HERE.














Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Vente de créateurs Hôtel Bohême + Journées européennes des métiers d'art - JEMA 2018

Je participerai officiellement aux Journées européennes des métiers d'art - JEMA 2018. Vous trouverez Minicyn a l'expo vente Hôtel Bohême le week-end de 6-7 April.
 

à très bientôt!


Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Indulgent Keepsake Pebble ring band

In the last few weeks I've been tinkering away with an unused electric tool that's been tucked away for at least 3 years to date. It allowed me to create this Indulgent of a ring. It feels somewhat courageous and daring in many ways; artistically, spiritually & perhaps even spatially... liken to some sort of artistic "coming-out". It was fun! And I hope to prolong this journey in 2018.




 Happy Spring to all in Europe!
x

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

GREEN NOUVELLE EXPOSITION PRINTEMPS/ETE

If you're heading to Brussels between beginning of March and end of July don't forget to checkout one 2 of my new collection at ICKX Contemporary Jewelry. A collective exhibition inspired by nature 'Green' emerging in figurative and abstract form...only way to learn more is to find out in person!



GREEN NOUVELLE EXPOSITION PRINTEMPS/ETE

Exposition du 01/03 au 28/07/2018

Pour cette période printemps/été, cette exposition sera tournée vers la nature sous différentes formes: figurative, abstraite à conceptuelle.
Une vingtaine de créateurs belges et étrangers vous proposent des pièces au design singulier, épuré voir minimaliste; dans des matériaux variés parfois inattendus; et des techniques de fabrication artisanale et nouvelles technologies.
Du bijoux contemporain à la sélection d'objets, chaque pièce est unique ou réalisée en petite série." Heures d'ouverture :

du jeudi au samedi : 11h à 18h30
Ou, sur rendez-vous par mail ickxjewelry@gmail.com
ou par téléphone au 0494 64 93 36
Exposants/exhibitors:
- Ateliers M-O
- Isabelle Bianchi Marchesseau
- Irène Beira
- Cécile Bertrand
- Isabelle Gereec
- Anne Goy
- Jana Graf
- Audrey Ickx
- Gili Dolner
- Sylvie Jousset
- Christine Keyeux Schnöller
- Sabina Kolonic
- Sana Lopez Abellán
- Maria Crisitina Belucci et Elizabetta Dupré
- Mala leche Design
- Minicyn bijoux
- Alain Roggeman
- Karola Torkos
- Ioana Ardelaan
- Eve Vaucheret
- Zest (Delphine Noelke et Vincent Chartier)
- 100% maman (Commerce équitable)

Saturday, 23 December 2017

Au revoir 2017

Je vous souhaite à tous de très belles fêtes de fin d’année  ~

~
I'm forever grateful for your support
for not only in 2017.
Without each other, we will all seize
to exist in every way.

Looking forward to the next chapter of minicyn for 2018!
Stay kind & love each other.

Friday, 1 December 2017

Vente Atelier de Noël chez Minicyn

Ce week-end jusqu'à mercredi je vous ouvre exceptionnellement les portes de mon atelier! L'occasion de choisir des cadeaux uniques, fabriqués entièrement à la main avec passion dans de leur lieu de fabrication. En soutenant les petits créateurs et les artisans/talents locaux;

• Minicyn bijoux - bijoux faits main
• Madoka Rindal - céramique en séries limitées
• Chose Commune - les plus beaux livres de photographie.

56 rue Labat 75018 Paris.
Le metro Chateau Rouge ou Marcadet Poissonnier.
See you soon
..........

Can you believe it, it's that time again!

Support independent artists and publishing houses, why? Because without them the world will be as boring as white bread.

The specially invited guests:
• Charming Parisian-Japanese ceramic artist Madoka Rindal and her handbuilt limited edition pieces.
• Chose Commune – an independent French publishing house devoted to photography books. Behind this is a powerhouse couple!

I love these people.
Hope to see you at my atelier


Friday, 27 October 2017

Ode to pebbles and broken slate rock souvenirs










 
Most of us at some point in our lives have taken home pebbles or broken bits of slate rocks as souvenirs from the beach. The weight of them makes it so desirable to have them in your hands, to at some point either throw them back into the water or to take home – I for one am guilty of that each and every time.

This small collection is an ode to that human gesture/desire that makes us who we are, curious collecting creatures.

Available now online.