New Necklaces by ROLU and Tanya Aguiñiga

Yesterday we introduced you to the up-and-coming Minneapolis-based design studio ROLU, whose plywood and OSB chairs inspired by conceptual art and modernist sculpture have garnered them the design-world equivalent of a cult following as of late. Today, we’re excited to announce that the multi-talented trio have designed their very first jewelry project, exclusively for the Sight Unseen shop. Called Shapes After Guy (and Lost At Sea), the felt-backed plywood necklaces — which can be worn individually or in a group — make for some serious statement pieces, and yet they’re only $100 each. We’ve also got a brand new handmade dyed-rope necklace design by the rising California talent Tanya Aguiñiga, which is even chunkier than our other Tanya creations and yet rings in at just $125. Click on the images below to check out the goods, and meanwhile let us remind you that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner…

ROLU’s Shapes After Guy (and Lost at Sea) necklaces

Tanya Aguiñiga’s Unraveled Rope Necklace