is one of my favorite jewelry designers. Not just because her designs are incredible, but because she cares so much about the sources behind her inspiration and the cultures connected to them as well. So this month, Pamela published her first book, , dedicated to her many mood boards, inspiration sources, and the people and cultures behind some of her favorite places.
From North African patterns and Mexican folk art to medieval European iconography, Pamela draws inspiration from a wide range of sources. Her new book showcases those sources, alongside her many mood boards that she keeps in her NYC studio. So to celebrate her book — and her serious love of creating inspiration boards — we’re sharing 10 of her top tips for ways to turn YOUR inspiration into boards that will motivate your next project. Click through the slideshow above for all of Pamela’s tips and click to pick up Pamela’s new book! xo, grace