Meet the Designer

RISD graduate Hanna Sandin's abstract sculptures and mobiles have earned her an Emerging Artists Fellowship from New York’s Socrates Sculpture Park, plus exhibitions at MOMA P.S. 1, and spots in various Paris shows. Of her wearable work, Sandin tells us "my interest in modular forms, repetition, and subtle variation are elaborated within the vocabulary of shapes that I use over and over in each collection.”

Inside the Sculptor’s Other Studio

A lot has gone on since Hanna Sandin graduated RISD back in ‘03. Her abstract sculptures and mobiles, which elevate everyday objects (i.e., mop heads, paper cups, and fan blades) through beautiful spatial composition, have earned her an Emerging Artists Fellowship from New York’s Socrates Sculpture Park, plus exhibitions at MOMA P.S. 1, and spots in various Paris shows. But we must admit -- what really strikes a chord is Sandin’s more wearable work: jewelry. “My personal sensibility... Read the Story