Love Aesthetics

November 26, 2018

Proudly presenting Inflated

All jewelry Inflated

Dearest friends, I am beyond crazy excited to share this big news with you

For the last couple of months I have been working on what has been one of my most most MOST loved projects of all time. Together with Stilnest-Studio I created a small but sweet collection of jewelry titled “Inflated”.

With this collection I wanted to explore the contrast between disposable and durable, between high and low, between what is throw-away and what is valued, between overproduction and art. There is a lot of irony in making precious metals resemble blow-up plastic. Gold and plastic are considered polar-opposites on the spectrum of perceived value. The result are these tongue-in-cheek, subtle statement pieces. Chunky, classic round shapes in a glossy silver and 24k gold-plated finish.

Aesthetics aside, the most important thing is to provide beautiful, high quality jewelry pieces. Something that will last, can be worn every day and comes at an affordable price point (between €79 and € 114).

Big shout-out to Robin from Stilnest-Studio, who coordinated this whole adventure; thank you dear for having the patience to work with me. I am so thrilled that Stilnest-Studio was able to turn these ideas into realities. All the pieces are made to order meaning no overproduction, they are made in Germany in the highest quality sterling silver and 24k gold plating, sourced from conflict-free zones and are affordable thanks to Stilnest Studio’s direct-to-consumer model. (This stuff excites me just as much as the design-part).

The collection is now available over at

Do have a look, let me know what you think! Which one is your favorite piece?

4 responses to “Proudly presenting Inflated”

  1. Congratulations – the collection looks beautiful and it’s so YOU! Perfect for the gifting season! 🙂 ❤️

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

  2. ddd says:

    It’s a copy of Oskar Zieta plopp stool

    • ivaniacarpio says:

      Hello there anonymous. Inflated objects of use are omnipresent in our daily lives. It is natural that more than one artist might become inspired by it. Oskar Zieta translated it into furniture. I translated it into jewellery.

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