mimimono was born out of a love for design, geometry and sustainability.
Playfully minimalist jewellery. Unique pieces in small collections. Made using only 100% recycled Acrylic. So no new plastics go in the designs. Making the pieces circular and your purchase low impact. Yay for that!
mimimono is run by designer Hannah Kay from her studio in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. A true one woman show, where everything is thoughtfully designed, lasercut and assembled by hand.
"l love geometry and playing with shapes. The fact that you can make all your little scribbles come to life through the laser cutter is a lot of fun. And keeps being inspiring to me."
- Hannah Kay
what does mimimono mean?
Japan is a never ending source of inspiration for me.
My favourite country in the world, my happy place.
So when picking a name I wanted it to have a small Japanese connection.
In Japanese mimi means ear 耳
and mono objects 物
making mimimono ear objects!
Under the name ANO Studio I make Japanese inspired illustrations. You can check them out here.