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    This necklace was made for Elegy, an exhibition curated by Katie Scott of Gallery Funaki for Melbourne Design Week 2020. In Coal Necklace 2020, I present coal within the context of contemporary jewellery. The coal spheres are set inside sterling silver claws in place of precious gemstones. The contextualisation of this fossil fuel into the typology of gems and jewellery allows the examination ...

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    Kyoko Hashimoto is an internationally recognised contemporary jewellery designer. A graduate of the College of Fine Arts in Sydney, Kyoko has operated studios from Tokyo, Eindhoven, and later Berlin where she opened the concept store We Are All Made of Stuff in the suburb of Neukölln. In 2014 and 20

Kyoko Hashimoto the Musubi necklace Garland Magazine
    Oct 01, 2019 · Kyoko Hashimoto, Musubi necklace, 2019, sandstone, kangaroo leather Kyoko Hashimoto’s Musubi necklace is a striking example of how a Japanese craft technique can help us appreciate the local quality of another country, in this case the sandstone that defines the Sydney basin.

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Kyoko Hashimoto – Head Designer – Kyoko Hashimoto ...
    Owner and designer of Kyoko Hashimoto jewellery. I am currently based in Berlin, I have also operated from Tokyo and Sydney. I have 4 years experience in the running of my design label, and have ...Title: Designer

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The Endcap Project A jewellery project by Kyoko Hashimoto
    Sep 20, 2014 · A jewellery project by Kyoko Hashimoto. I want to talk a little about my working process. I do a bit of drawing, but for me, it definitely starts with the materials.

Kyoko Hashimoto: Bioregional Bodies UNSW Art & Design
    Kyoko Hashimoto is a Japanese-born Australian designer working across critical design and jewellery. Concerned with environmentally sustainable practices, Hashimoto creates objects that address existential threats posed by globalised resource extraction and the particular materials that dominate urban experience: plastic, concrete and fossil fuels.

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