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Meet multi-disciplinary art collective Stööki

by Sara Khan

Stööki. PHOTO WILLIAM SCOTHERN

We have searched far and wide to find some of the most interesting and hidden craft makers in the UK. From footwear designers to craftivists and more; we will take you behind the scenes to experience a day in their lives as part of our new series What’s Your Craft.

Today we launch Episode 4 with multi-disciplinary art collective and lifestyle brand Stööki. The brand is inspired by London street culture and creates jewellery, music, and live events within three key elements of ‘Sound, Vision and Play’. Stööki Jewellery has released themed capsule collections including the Past, Present & Future collection and the Geodesic collection, which was produced in collaboration with UK menswear brand Topman.

The collective started in 2011 by Luke Hippolyte of Stööki Sound and jewellery technologist Nadia Abbas who were later joined by Bosla Ajenifuja. Since launching, Stööki has worked with brands like Red Bull, V&A, Converse, and Adidas. The brand has also delivered jewellery workshops at London Fashion Week and the Tate.

Stööki. PHOTO WILLIAM SCOTHERN

Stööki. PHOTO WILLIAM SCOTHERN

Stööki. PHOTO WILLIAM SCOTHERN

Stööki. PHOTO WILLIAM SCOTHERN

Stööki. PHOTO WILLIAM SCOTHERN

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