svikis. has certainly caught the eye of designers, stylists and fashion influencers alike. Check it out below!
Object Shop Interview (www.australiandesigncentre.com/object-shop // @australiandesigncentre)
svikis. jewellery Object Shop Maker Q&A
What is your 'origin story'?! Where did it all start?
svikis. jewellery started out of a love for designing and making, and inspiration from my grandfather. I always admired his experimental jewellery making and vividly remember running around his workshop as a kid. There was wall to wall of all kind of tools imaginable! I even use some of them today. svikis. is influenced heavily by minimalism and Japanese architecture, my love for which evolved through studying architecture at UTS. We were taught 3d modelling and I was excited to experiment with 3d printing for jewellery.
Finders Keepers Spring/Summer 2017 Market (www.thefinderskeepers.com // @finders_keepers)
Sydney SS17 Market: Shopping Highlights #1
The Finders Keepers Sydney SS17 Market kicks off THIS FRIDAY! We’ve pulled together some great products to help inspire some seasonal gift giving. All of the designers featured will be setting up shop at The Cutaway, Barangaroo on the Friday (evening) 8th, Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th December! Yes, three huge days of market festivities!
Jo Hombsch (www.johombsch.com // @johombsch)
The Life Style Edit (www.thelifestyleedit.com.au // @the_life_style_edit)
We were recently introduced to emerging designer Marika Svikis and her self titled jewellery label, svikis, representing minimalism and the beauty in simplicity.
Launched in 2017, the jewellery label has hit the ground running with a successful Kickstarter campaign, the launch of their online store, and their debut Ando Collection of geometric statement and stacking rings.
Tess Guinery (www.tessguinery.co // @tessguinerydesign)
Brooke Mcauley (@brookemcauley_)
lilt blog ( www.lilt-blog.com // @luci_lilt_blog)
Lilt Loves - January 2017
I was sent these gorgeous Svikis rings earlier this month and I am absolutely in love with them.
Such a great industrial look and feel, with clean lines and a minimalist approach. They are designed in Sydney and 3D printed in metal. How cool is that?