Brooch

Heejoo Kim

Leather and copper

 Graduated from the Pforzheim School of Design and from the Kookmin University School of Design in South Korea in 2011.
Delicacy, calm and poetry are some of the qualifiers that apply to his work. The imagination of this young designer and her mastery of techniques enchant us. Heejoo’jewelry reinvents the first stages of life on our planet and lets us imagine the mutation of the primitive plant world. Through her creations, she makes us feel the liveliness and energy of nature.

 
 
 
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