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It's all just Fab

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Everyone here at Modjool is very excited this week!  On Wednesday, Modjool began it's first sales event on the UK based Fab.com site.  If you haven't already heard about Fab, here's how they describe what they do: 
 

Every day we set out to delight you, inspire you, make you laugh, and give you something to look forward to. With daily deals on the very best of design, we're dedicated to helping you discover, share and buy brilliant design. We're also passionate about supporting designers and helping them connect with a worldwide audience of design enthusiasts.

We strive to provide the best designed website, selling the best designed products, delivered with the best designed service.

And that's it in a nutshell. There's some fantastic design-led stuff to be discovered, really something for everyone.  And as a designer, I was thrilled to be asked to be included on their website.  Click on the link below to have a look at some of the incredible items you can buy.  My particular favourite is the recession-busting modernist cardboard stools by Remember (think Paul Klee and Mondrian)

MODJOOL on fab.com

As Modjool is really three different ranges, we decided to start with the beautifully colourful Build range.  It may not be obvious at first glance but this range is totally interchangeable.  By removing that little stopper on the top you can change the beads to any colour you so desire.  It's brilliantly simple really.  And the very best part about the Build range is that once you've got your base piece, it's mere pennies (in old money anyway) to buy more colours to completely transform your piece.  Just think about that for a moment: a new piece of jewellery for a couple of quid. 

We'd love to know what your favourite colours are.  Or maybe you can't see you favourite colour and we need to see about including them in the future.  Perhaps you'd like to see some different shapes in there?  Maybe some different materials.  Modjool is designed to do what it says on the ring (see what I did there?!) i.e. it's modular and by its very nature is adaptable. 

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