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De Mian Design was created in 2003 by two Canadian artists: Monika Peczeli and Eniko Talas. Although from a different art in life and profession the two met in the same arena of making fun, creative and feminine jewelry. Their original idea soon became the base of a well-established business. The choice of materials and the combination of many art forms into finished jewelry quickly made the company known by many retail buyers, art galleries, posh boutiques and fashion stylists in Canada and the United States.
Their work was requested and well appreciated by Ann Curry, NBC’s Today Show Award Winning News Anchor for Dressed To Kilt, Sean Connery’s Scottish fashion event in New York City in April of 2005. They were featured on Mighty Goods website as a weekly pick for jewelry, on the online gallery of England’s Fashion Capital, and on Design Show’s website. They will be featured in November’s Elle Girl for their youthful and highly unusual rings and earrings.
The Design process itself lends a very individual feature for the jewelry line. Monika, as a graphic and prop designer (her works can be found in many art galleries and inside designs on many prestigious Hotels across Europe), she brings so much wit and challenge into creating this wearable art. Fairytale illustrations in her background can be seen in many of the finished products of De Mian Design. Eniko, on the other hand is “obsessed” with geometrical forms and details. How to make things simpler (which never happens…it’s impossible, this is some kind of a jewelry maker law. It’s like a logical game. Getting Monika back to reality and to put a point to the end.)
The designs are based on antagonistic features: how to use simple and non-expensive materials to create a something absolutely high-end, dazzling, and head-turning piece; or how to use expensive, precious materials to create something simple but feminine.
It is easy to sum De Mian Design jewelry in a few words – as many clients of the company comments:
“When I am wearing your jewelry with a simple dress, I feel like a million bucks.”
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