A radical evolution from the spit handshake or blood brothers ritual, Biojewlery uses lab grown human bone tissue as a design material. Their intention is to have nuptial rings created from the bone tissue of both people to be wed. Now that the Modern Primitives are growing up, this seems like their ideal wedding band. via Régine

Subzero Spy

Remember the classic ID bracelet? Well it was due for a redesign! New York designer Karen Hudes—first inspired by a hospital wristband—creates her jewelry with British industrial stainless steel letters on Italian translucent rubber with a matte texture. The Subzero Spy bracelet comes in eight vivid colors (red, blue, green, orange, pink, lavender, black and white) and an endless array of words. Custom orders at …

Ryota Kuwakubo

Ryota Kuwakubo is a Japanese artist and designer who's work fuses tech, function and aesthetic. The pieces are simple, but provocative and take the form of spaces, sculptures and jewlery. His portfolio site is pretty fantastic as well. via Joel at Gizmodo