Monday, April 28, 2008




Here are the pieces I made with Tatty Devine. Find out more here

10 comments:

dottydesigns said...

love the jewellery, its beautiful, wish I could afford it!!

Trevira said...

I've just taken delivery of the 'This bell will ring' necklace (no. 3!), which I really can't afford either. But its so beautiful and intricate, and I will treasure it forever.

Next mission is a trip to London to see the exhibition itself.

I love the surrealist drama of the teardrops necklace too - I'm picturing it worn with a Schiaparelliesque gold velvet gown like a bishop's robe with huge puffed shoulders.

A wonderful collection, and it must be so gratifying to see your work transformed so beautifully by Tatty Devine into wearable pieces to be displayed on (a limited number of!) real live people.

Wouldn't it be nice to see a gallery of photos showing how these people are wearing your art? (I'm admin of a flickr group devoted to all thing Tatty, and if any are submitted I'll let you know).

zime said...

yipee! I got my calendar today, I love it. I really appreciate your generosity, my desk now looks beautiful...
Thank you so much ROB!!!!
(^v^)

>Ximena Carreira

well.illbedarned said...

The jewellery is so very beautiful!
especially the 'our adventure is about to begin' pieces.
very special indeed!

mini said...

hello, I saw your work in PPaper in Taiwan.I don't expect to find out your blog, I think your work is very excellent! I like it!

littlemithi said...

I'm so sad I don't live in Bethnal Green anymore ... I will make a special trip to London JUST to see this ...

read me... said...

nearly had a turn when i saw this... i can't think straight enough to work out when i can get there to see your wonderful designs...

Patricia said...

Hi Rob,I saw your designs in PPAPER in Taiwan. I really love it.And just so u know I really love ur designs.You're so talented

Mhari said...

these are great - I just wrote about them on welcome home, I hope you don't mind...

Isabelle said...

oh i'm in love with the first piece!