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Gustav is a creative mastermind that has worked for agencys like Tom Dixon, Monica Förster and Harry Allen. His current occupation is as a Global Creator for H&M.
He gave our bracelet application a try and came up with a sweet mountain landscape design. “Quick, easy and fun” was his feedback.
Check out Gustav´s portfolio at www.segersteen.com
Sara is one of Sweden’s most popular health bloggers. Whilst writing on her blog traningsgladje she also works with digital media strategy, content management and loads of other things. She took a big step moving from Stockholm to the mountains in the north of Sweden, to a little village called Åre. Besides writing her blog, Sara also loves travelling, skiing and running on the mountains as well as keeping up with fashion and trends. For us as readers who have been following Sara on her journey, we are very proud to announce that she has been working with us on her very own designed bracelet, stay tuned. “When I was asked to design my own bracelet and they showed me the simplicity of their application, it hit me what a cool thing this really is! It’s great fun to play with the application and when people ask me about where they can buy it I can really say that it’s my own design.”
Sofie describes herself as a skydiver that turned into a yogi and later on turning into a triathlete and swim-runner. Now it’s easy to imagine she’s a full time athlete but this is just a small part of her life, working as an art director and with her own company within writing and training it’s easy to get overwhelmed by everything she’s doing. But when getting more familiar with Sofie via her blog Lanttolife, you realise easily that the drive for Sofie is not to achieve but to experience and it’s with this joyful attitude she takes on new challenges no matter what they might be. One of her latest challenges has been to design a bracelet. This might be the most creative design ever done in the UNIQD application, or what do you say?
This beautiful bangle bracelet was inspired by the traditional kurbits pattern from Dalarna in Sweden and familiar shapes from nature and cycling. Can you spot the bicycle details?
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