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Our love of computers and the latest gadgets creates a huge problem of disposal once they are no longer wanted.

One artisan who recycles them into jewelry is Milan based Paola Mirai,  the creator of Cirkuita collection. Paola meticulously dismantles unwanted gadgets and upcycles them into new "jewels".

 She researched into and uses a new transparent and super light material ideal for jewelry making called Orotransperante. It's not clear exactly what it is but it it is probably some sort of resin.

You can see the process on her video here.

The rings and bangles are sleek and modern as well as astonishingly vibrant with color.

Computer Keyboard and Inkjet Cartridge Ring
Computer Circuit Ring

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  1. I'm in awe. The bracelets and rings are phenomenal. Though I realize there are components in our electronics that have precious metals such as gold and copper in them, I never realized just how beautiful they could be. Paola is definitely a reigning monarch of creativity ... not to mention ingeniousness. Totally awesome !

  2. Loved that video! So many amazing artisans recycling, reusing, creating. Very inspirational, Pearl! Thank you.

  3. I LOVE this stuff! It's so cool and new and hip! (All things that I am most assuredly NOT!) Thanks for this really cool look at really cool jewelry!

  4. Yes, I am in awe too! Artisans such as Paola are so inspirational.

  5. Amazing designs and great colors!

  6. OMG! I love it when someone makes beautiful and green jewelries! It's awe-some. She's truly an inspiration and she helps the environment too by crafting things that are supposed to be trash to any person.

  7. They are beautiful!! but did you see the price???


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