How nice, the way the ribbon goes round and round. It never ends, this thing, and inside – is that real rainbow bling?
That one little detail on this thing. A copper sweet, a chocolate connection, a birthday bonbon?
Put me in the finest square of your town. Let people walk through me, children climb me, lovers lend on me, photographers crawl down on their knees for me in the golden hour. I want to stand tall. Sit down by me with your guitar, sing a song, have a good time, spill some wine. Make your vows and have your fights by my side. Don’t pass by without saying hi, and as night comes, I’ll guard your stories, where I stand tall.
But do you know what the best is, the best thing with this thing? It is that you can wear it as a ring.
I’m sure you all understood that anyway, but I wanted to show how things are just what they are, until size determines what you do with them.
These ribbon rings are made of titanium with a copper connection. A simple idea, here are my versions (two different ones on the photos, the broader one made of two ribbons). The titanium is oxidised, and shows off the most when posing for the camera, as you can see.