The Road Trip Collection is expected to create buzz among jewelry lovers worldwide. The new collection from Jerin Scott is all about creating memories to last a lifetime and features custom map jewelry, gorgeous amazonite stones, starfish accents, and compass jewelry to guide you on all of your summer journeys.
Whether you’re heading out on an incredible adventure this summer, or feeling nostalgic for past travels, Jerin Scott’s new limited edition Road Trip Collection will fuel your wanderlust with travel inspired jewelry.
This 12 piece collection, which will be released May 15, 2016, features vintage maps, compasses, starfish, Amazonite and state charms available for all 50 states. Several pieces in the collection will be customizable with a map or state charm of your choice to remember a special vacation spot. A distinct coastal vibe can be felt in the Road Trip Collection, inspired by some of JerinScott’s own favorite family road trips.
“This collection is all about creating memories to last a lifetime.”, said Jerin Scott. “I believe the jewelry you wear should tell the story of your journey.” The custom map pieces in this collection will offer customers a unique way to reminisce about a location that is special to them. Whether it be the city they met their husband, a tropical beach wedding destination, or perhaps a favorite vacation spot where memories were made with friends, Jerin can create a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry with a map to remember that special time.
Jerin Scott loves creating unique vintage inspired jewelry for those with a wistful affection for the past. Each piece is designed in Jerin’s home studio in Aransas Pass, TX. With a degree in Accounting from Texas A&M University, Jerin spent the first 10 years after college in the hustle and bustle of Corporate America. However, she always dreamed of a more creative career that would give her the flexibility to spend more time with her husband and their two children. Her jewelry business, formally known as Out of the Blue, was founded in 2007 after a leap-of-faith escape of the 9-to-5 life. Jerin’s designs have had worldwide success, being sold in 27 countries so far. Her jewelry has been featured in Country Living Magazine, Venus Zine, and numerous blogs.
The winners have been announced for the Bee Breeders Tokyo Pop Lab architecture competition. The competition brief called for the design of a new program for the study and production of pop culture media. The unique and original nature of the brief resulted in submissions varying considerably, from fairly pragmatic to completely ideological.
The winning submissions were chosen for their well considered definition of popular culture, the clarity of their representation, and their clear concept of the structure of the laboratory’s program.
The first place winners are a team from Italy whose project consisted of two large cubes placed in opposing corners of the site, lifted above the ground plane, and rejoined with an elevated walkway.
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