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February 15, 2005

Danielle Gordon — Episode II: Return of the Scot


Here in joeworld things are sort of like the Bizarro World, in that they're not quite right.

For example, we have the Scots, whereas in your world you have the Sith. But I digress.

Yesterday Danielle Gordon introduced herself to me and, being the sort of person I am, I paid it forward, as it were, by introducing her work to you.

Except Danielle Gordon then informed me that the work I'd shown was not hers but, rather, that of another Danielle Gordon.

But not to worry, because Danielle Gordon — Episode II is herself an innovative designer, working in metal and jewelry (jewellery, as they say in her home country of Scotland).

Her work "has taken inspiration from the architect Santiago Calatrava and fashion designer John Galliano."

She fused two contrasting materials — ribbon and silver — into three ribbon bangles (above) which she offered for her degree show last year at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in the School of Design at the University of Dundee.

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Hi Danielle

Just admiring your jewellery, it certainly is something. Keep up the good work.

Deanne & Jeffrey Ison in Liverpool

Posted by: Deanne & Jeffrey Ison | Feb 27, 2005 2:54:08 PM

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