These styles are easy to make and on the surface they look great, but art is art at the end of the day and that’s what we bring to the table.
(PRWEB) August 19, 2016
The Guardian recently published a provocative article that raised a few eyebrows in the media about the wave of hipster sameness that has pervaded the cities and streets of various countries. The term refers to the same overall atmosphere that comes with the hipster style. The articles described the scene that most people are familiar with, “It’s a coffee shop with rough-hewn wooden tables, plentiful sunlight from wide windows, and austere pendant lighting.” The trouble arises from the irony of people using the same style to achieve some level of uniqueness.
“It seems to have the world in a stranglehold, unable to break free from the dimly lit coffee hubs that feature antique furniture and play the latest album of obscurity that you can’t help but tap your finger to,” added TurquoiseJewelry.com spokesman, Jack Burch.
TurquoiseJewelry.com, a company that has been pondering the solution to this problem for the past few months has come up with a genuinely unique answer. Burch continued, “The problem is lacking a genuine approach to the artistic. These styles are easy to make and on the surface they look great, but art is art at the end of the day and that’s what we bring to the table.”
The latest collection from the company is in fact a collaboration of artisan made jewelry with names, faces, and highly-regarded reputations. The team at TurquoiseJewelry.com has been working with the artists they represent to bring a new collection of styles that have the “attention to detail and commitment to art” that Burch describes.
3 Styles to Break the “Hipster Sameness” Effect
Bolo Ties- Bolo ties have been making a comeback in recent years as the Southwest style continues to become more contemporary; however, these are a vast departure from those found in common boutiques. Like many of the names featured on TurquoiseJewelry.com, Robert Leekya works the silver and cuts each gem into his work with the passion of a true artist.
Cuff Bracelets- Another element that makes TurquoiseJewelry.com unique is their Native American aesthetic. The new release features a collection of authentic Navajo cuff bracelets. As with most of their jewelry, the company meets directly with the tribe to bring unique art to the public, no two pieces are exactly the same.
Squash Blossom Necklaces- These pieces have a rich background, rooted in both Spanish and Native American history. The ornate crescent shape of the piece (the Naja) is typically hand set into the intricately worked silver. Depending on the family technique an artist uses and the stones they choose and cut, the necklace itself can look drastically different from another of the same Squash Blossom design.
TurquoiseJewelry.com believes that the genuine nature of their company, working with artists that are free to express their talent and skill, is the best way to go about achieving a truly unique style. Burch is confident that this new collection is exactly what people need to break free of the “hipster sameness” effect once and for all.