Makiami Plants Collection is now at O-Jewe in Tokyo!

Makiami at Ojewel_ sign of spring

Another collaboration between Maki and O-Jewel in Tokyo.

Maki is having a solo exhibition with Makiami  Plants collection ”Sign of Spring”

Exhibition: Feb 12 (thu) – 28 (sat) / 2015
Opening hours: 12:00-19:00 (sunday & holiday closed)
Address: O-Jewel // K&K B2 PALOMAPLAZA/ 3-13-15 Nishiazabu Minato-ku Tokyo
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Risshun, which falls in early February, is the first day of spring in the traditional Japanese calendar. According to the East Calendar used since ancient times, Risshun marks the beginning of spring and the year. We usually say ‟Spring breeze melts the ice” to express the early feeling of spring like these days. If we can perceive delicately such transition, we will discover a new unordinary world while having a good feeling about the future. Although time passes by so fast in our ordinary life. /o-jewel

Sign of Spring
PLANTS collection by makiami
makiami PLANTS collection is a group of jewellery which is inspired by common plants in Scandinavian, such as wildflowers in country side or archipelago. Some of them are modeled after nostalgic forms from old botanical illustrations of plants.
In this exhibition “Sign of Spring” at O-Jewel, we exhibit items that are suitable for this season from our PLANTS collection.
Such as sprouts coming out in between snow, swelling blossom buds etc…
We hope that we can bring a sign of spring to you from Sweden.
/ makiami

( makiami is a Stockholm-based art/design unit by Maki Okamoto and Ami Izaki. )

Makiami_Maki Okamoto_Ami Izaki

Makiami Plants Collection 東京にて初お披露目です。

また違う風景があなたの目の前に広がり始めるかもしれません。/ O-Jewel

Sign of Spring
PLANTS Collection by makiami
makiami PLANTS collectionは、北欧の田舎や諸島に咲く野草、
/ makiami

( makiamiはスウェーデン、ストックホルムで活動するアート・デザインユニット。岡本真希井崎亜美が企画制作。)

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Installation by Chitose Ohchi


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