...meeting and working with brilliant people. ESA EVANS collaborates on jewellery, commissions and events with a number of artists, galleries and stockists:
Jerwood Gallery. One of the UK's best galleries and it's right beside the sea. Make a day trip to the Jerwood in Hastings for culture, history and an ice cream. It's always free entry to the shop and the Gallery offers free entry on Tuesdays 4pm to 8pm.
Laura Lea Design Boutique. Laura sells original art, prints, homeware, jewellery and gifts. Her store is located right next door to Leytonstone tube station in London. She is probably London's most exciting art dealer and has great taste in jewellery. Look out for details of launch events for future collections at the Boutique.
Rebecca Mason Art. Rebecca Mason and Esa Evans collaborated to recreate Mason’s neon designs as word pendants. Available at her Folkestone art gallery as well as a number of other retailers across the UK.
The Design Museum. Esa Evans’ Honeycomb & Bee collection is showcased among other featured designers at the Museum’s shop. We are delighted to be in such good company.
The Hepworth Wakefield. Esa collaborated with The Hepworth Wakefield’s creative team to design and launch a collection of interlocking, geometric pieces, including drop earrings, cuffs, bangles and brooches. The design is inspired by the Gallery’s sculptural architecture (David Chipperfield Architects).
William Morris Gallery. The Gallery invited Esa to create a collaborative jewellery collection based on original William Morris' designs in his bookplates and posters.
Oasis Domestic Abuse Service
Esa designed the Females Unite Pendant to support Oasis DA Service in its work with people affected by domestic violence.The pendant was launched on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2018.
We donate 20% of all profits from sales of the Females Unite pendant to Oasis DA Service.
Meningitis Research Foundation
Esa designed the Brain Brooch to support Meningitis Research Foundation because it is a cause very close to her heart.
Wear it with pride on your lapel or even on a hat or denim jacket to work your pin badge style.
We donate 75% of all profits from sales of the Brain Brooch to the Meningitis Research Foundation. Know the symptoms of Meningitis and Septicaemia here.