Chilean designer Rodrigo Alonso’s latest “Jocale” (Jewel: roots from Latin meaning “toy”) has been in the works for a few years and is finally seeing light. I really like how he’s playing up the whole “toy” aspect: a necklace that you literally you have to eat (candy) to discover the jewel inside, condoms for your fingers, reversible rings…make the jump to see other pieces from the line. You can pick up the piece at his studio-laboratory Müsuc.

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  1. […] now. The last time his work caught our attention was with his super playful line of jewelry dubed Jocale. And now we’re obsessing over his recycled plastic furniture. He used 100% waste obtained from […]

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