This bangle is a very unique piece of jewelry art made from upcycled magazines declared as waste. Continually experimenting, Luda Peacock, the maker pushes the boundaries of traditional jewelry. Each up-cycled paper accessory is a distinctive canvas that is bold yet refined, fashionable, but timeless. Not the art of a conventional canvas, but wearable art that is unique to the wearer.
Luda follows the reduce, reuse and repurpose principal. Never sacrificing style for morals, it has taken Luda several years to develop her paper technique that is both environmentally friendly and a quality product. Cardboard, newspaper, magazines, old cards, garment trims, gemstones and miscellaneous items are collected and crafted into one of kind pieces.
Bangle is constructed from many layers of paper strips from Commentary magazines. Strips are glued and shaped around a glass jar to form the bangle.
Once glue is dry, bangle is meticulously sanded to a smooth finish then tinted with acrylic ink then sealed to make it sturdy and water resistant, lightly sanded again, and finally, hand polished and buffed with wax.
Alla Maude, an indie jewelry line committed to sustainability, was founded by Luda Peacock, artist and designer. A conscious approach that transforms basic materials and objects into wearable art, Alla Maude offers a line of sustainable accessories fashioned from up-cycled elements. A brand that comes from a place of mindfulness and respect for the environment. It is designed and handcrafted by Luda Peacock in Long Beach, New York.
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