I think that Ferrari supercars have provided the best blue hues for a long time. Mazda has eye-catching soul red crystals and Nissan’s Monarch Orange is amazing. In short, we need more colors in this world. In any case, any blue Ferrari will not soon become the darling of my personal collection-after all I am a journalist with a budget, but when you can wear accessories made by Ferraris, it’s not bad and CRASH More artworks by Jewelry.
I must be really good this year, because Santa Claus brought me two cuffs instead of cuffs. The cuffs are made of Rossa Corsa’s Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, and the cuffs are made of Azzuro California painted in high metallic color. Made on the Ferrari 360 Modena. As you might have guessed, both are made from crashed parts.
Beverly Coachcraft is four miles south of UCLA and specializes in collision repair for Mercedes-Benz cars. Just like when driving an expensive car, car owners often want parts to be replaced rather than repaired. This means switching to doors, hoods, fenders and quarter panels with small and large dents, scratches or dents. The by-product of this process is a large amount of aluminum, and Christi Schimpke has the motivation, access, and plan to turn these raw materials into custom jewelry for car fans.
After moving the creative studio to CoachCraft in Beverly (her husband is one of the owners), Schimpke founded CRASH Jewelry. She noticed the parade of luxury cars such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Bentley, Aston Martin, Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Maserati, etc. More and more people walked around them and began to think about discarded parts and how to recycle. they. By the way, none of these fenders were hurt. That would be terrible. CoachCraft can work on later models of European cars, most of which suffer a lot of damage at dealerships or due to valet services. If a car crashes badly, it will usually cause a full loss, which means that the insurance company owns it and CRASH will not touch it.
Simpke was already a trained artist and was already making more traditional jewelry, but when he founded the company in 201
She said that it took about three years to really reduce the metal processing technology, but now she has the corresponding systems and is constantly improving them. CRASH Jewelry’s sales have increased by 400%, and Schimpke’s works have also found their way to fame: Guests of Season 5 Jay Leno‘S garage Putting on one of her cuffs, the model wore CRASH jewelry on the runway at Los Angeles Fashion Week.
These are not just for women: if I wear French cuffs, I want these Monterey blue Lamborghini Gallardo links. Simpke etched into the metal to reveal the silver underneath, which was very hot.
Hey, if this year is also good, you can buy it yourself.
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