Sun & Moon Fidget Spinnerssold out!
13 x 3.5 x 1.5 cm
Silver, copper, zirconia, steel ball bearing
The spinner parts are not fixed onto the frames, they are snap-on structures. If the frames received too much pressure, the spinners might have a chance to detach from the frame, but they are easy to assemble.
Access to the internet and television had influenced Rayce Min deeply since he was young. As time went by, he had read and watched huge amounts of cartoons and manga, which generated his interest in Visual Arts. Rayce started to draw, paint and craft in elementary school, and he had developed the skills further when he was in high school. When he was in high school, he had started to do graffiti, which is an art form that allows him to express his fickleness and allows him to leave marks in places, in order to prove his existence to the public. He had kept this idea in mind when he was achieving a higher level of education, which led him to jewellery, he wanted to leave marks on people. Rayce had spent his freshmen year at California College of the Arts, and he has shown his interest in jewellery and metalsmithing. He is currently developing himself as a jeweller at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and he is still trying to figure out his jewellery style.