I am a huge fan of quirky jewelry, so I think this project is super cool. Rachel Binx makes earrings and necklaces using various unicode arrows. I hadn’t thought about how many there were until I looked at her work. All of the pieces look crisp and classy. Although simple, I can imagine that certain arrows hold special significance to specific people. To make such a large range of options, Binx has compiled a list of unicode arrows that people can use. Honestly this seems like too many, but apparently all of them were approved by a group who thought they were worth using. Binx’s database + jewelry shop is an incredibly cool blend of technology and fashion.
Rachel Binx: Unicode Arrows