Drift Away: Beautiful Handcrafted Eco-Friendly Jewelry Made From Driftwood And Bioresin

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The societal pressures of living in a fast-paced city can be daunting and stifling. We become engulfed by its constant demands and expectations that may often weigh us down.

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Through the use of natural driftwood, this collection symbolises the spirit of breaking free from all things harmful to live freely. The organic form and pattern of driftwood result in a unique, one-of-a-kind creation – serving as a reminder to be our truest self and not succumb to uniformity.

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The pieces are designed and handcrafted by Amado Gudek studio in Singapore using Mopani drfitwood, eco-friendly wooden beads and bioresin.

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“The societal pressures of living in a fast-paced city can be daunting and stifling. We become engulfed by its constant demands and expectations that may often weigh us down. Our latest collection, ‘Drift away’ – seeks to inspire the act of freeing oneself from that very struggle.”, says the designers.

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“Through the use of natural driftwood, the collection symbolises the spirit of breaking free from all things harmful to live freely. The organic form and pattern of driftwood result in a unique, one-of-a-kind creation, so no two pieces are ever alike. On another dimension, this serves as a reminder to be our truest self and not succumb to uniformity.”

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