If you’re not already familiar with British jewelry design duo Tatty Devine, prepare to fall in love with their whimsical world of color and quirkiness. Known for designing fun and out-there pieces with materials like wood, acrylic, leather, and more, they definitely take jewelry to a whole new level.
The brand just collaborated with U.K.-based artist Laura Callaghan on a capsule collection that launched today. Callaghan is known for her hyper-detailed use of watercolor and ink to vibrantly, and with a witty sense of humor, illustrate women in their day-to-day lives. "It was her tongue-in-cheek watercolors from her first solo exhibition ‘Aspirational’ that really caught my eye. I knew as soon as I saw them that they would perfectly translate as pieces of jewelry," says Tatty Devine designer and co-founder Harriet Vine.
The capsule collection, called Girls, is comprised of three necklaces and a brooch that represent the modern 21st-century woman. Each piece, which features one of Callaghan’s watercolor paintings digitally printed on acrylic, is named after a fictional girl and has a story—they’re one part sarcasm, one part humor, and provide a refreshing outlook on the humdrum of everyday life.
The pieces range from $34 to $100 and are available for purchase now at TattyDevine.com. Click through the gallery below to take a closer look at each piece, and learn a little more about each of the girls.