Dots. Art for all | Handmade jewelry that respects diversity
Dots.Art for all conveys messages and wishes written in the Braille code, the language of the blind, Sign Language, the language of the deaf, and various symbols, a unique and innovative idea in the field of art and fashion.
Embossed in silver or brass, silver plated, gold plated or gilded and combined with laces, colors and semi-precious stones, they appeal to all those who support diversity and want to express their values through their jewelry.
With a simple style, a few words and multiple layers of many meaning and symbolism, Dots. Art for all prompts us to see the world with other eyes -- an effort through art to convey the message of equality and parity and to contribute to social awareness and integration.
Eugenia Maofi, the designer behind this idea, studied Psychology and worked in Special Education for over 20 years. Inspired by alternative communication systems and driven by her love for people with disabilities, she wanted to support diversity through art by creating the Dots. Art for all collection, which is constantly renewing itself. Eugenia also works with organizations that train or offer work to vulnerable groups so that a portion of her sales is used to support their programs.