My design language idiom – Urberg Design

My design language idiom

(Eng below)

Neat, undulating and at the same time tight and proud. Metal and textile. Contradictory? No, just more interesting I say!

The attentive can sense whispers and flirts from the many expressions that are hidden in my creations.

There are recurring sources of inspiration, which follow throughout the design and creation process. 

Some examples of these: Woman, Mother, Man, Origin and Traditions. Even the design language and styles of past times, nature in large and small, fables and myths are all constantly recurring sources of inspiration as well as contrasts, contradictions and shadows among all these.

It is not uncommon for the quiet communication of my products to be expressed in descriptive words by my customers and carriers. Something that for me is very big, something that I stand very humble before and gratefully receive is when it happens, words that just describe the spirits that I myself have woven into every piece of jewelry, in every creation. 

If you want to know more or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me, kontakt@urbergdesign.com

Now take another look at my jewelry art and see if you think that the design language "spreads" or can you also see symbolism, shapes and structures?

 

Thanks for reading!

/ Stina

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Neat, undulating and at the same time tight and proud. Metal and textile. Contradictory? No, just more interesting I say!

The attentive can sense whispers and flirts from the many expressions that are hidden in my creations.

There are recurring sources of inspiration, which follow throughout the design- and creation process.

Some examples of these: Origin and Traditions. Styles of past times, nature in large and small, fables and myths are all constantly recurring sources of inspiration as well as contrasts, contradictions and shadows among all these.

In addition to what has already been mentioned, my largest sources of inspiration, come from “the woman” and the power that she holds as “mother earth” and the Same people´s traditional handicraft Duodji, the indigenous people in Sweden. 


It often happens that the silent communication of my products is expressed in descriptive words by my customers. Something that for me is very big, something that I stand very humble before and gratefully receive is when it happens, words that just describe the spirits that I myself have woven into every piece of jewelry, in every creation.

If you want to know more or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me, kontakt@urbergdesign.com



Thanks for reading!

/ Stina