Ted Muehling

Ted Muehling

by Don Freeman, Susan Yelavich
     
 
For over twenty years, Ted Muehling’s exquisite jewelry designs have been cult favorites among fashionistas in America and Europe. Muehling’s preoccupations with forms in nature—his jewelry incorporates precious stones and natural pearls—evoke both the natural and the manmade, sensual and tactile in their simplicity. Muehling has expanded his

Overview

For over twenty years, Ted Muehling’s exquisite jewelry designs have been cult favorites among fashionistas in America and Europe. Muehling’s preoccupations with forms in nature—his jewelry incorporates precious stones and natural pearls—evoke both the natural and the manmade, sensual and tactile in their simplicity. Muehling has expanded his unique vocabulary into porcelain objects, glass, and crystal tableware to critical acclaim. Ted Muehling also introduces Muehling’s ongoing creative partnership with the noted photographer Don Freeman, who has been capturing Muehling’s work and workspaces since the beginning of each of their careers. The result is a stunning presentation in keeping with the poetic vision of the work.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“A long-awaited collaboration with the renowned photographer Don Freeman…(this is) a significant contribution to the literature on style and design…easily the largest collection of images of (Muehling’s) work available.” ~The Atlantic

"...you'll be captivated by the original presentation."
~San Francisco Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780847830800
Publisher:
Rizzoli
Publication date:
11/04/2008
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
11.48(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.37(d)

Meet the Author

Ted Muehling has been designing for over twenty-five years and has been the recipient of numerous awards and exhibited at many museums, including the Chrysler Design Institute and the Cooper-Hewitt. Don Freeman is a noted fine art photographer who has worked with a diverse group of clients including Geoffrey Beene, Dosa, and World of Interiors. Susan Yelavich is the author of numerous books and was a curator of the National Design Triennial at the Cooper-Hewitt.

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