A necklace with red string.
Jade Pendant
Necklace “Jade pendant”2022. Material: Mask, Brass And Red Rope
A necklace with red string.
Jade Necklace
Necklace “Jade pendant”2022 Material: Mask, Brass And Red Rope
“Good luck” Ring – YIJIA HE
Ring “Good Luck” 2022. Material: Resin, Brass gold-plated,Incence 9cm×5.5cm×4.5cm
“Good luck” Ring.
Ring “Good Luck” 2022 Material: Resin, Brass gold-plated,Incence 9cm×5.5cm×4.5cm
“Ask for a sign” Accessory
Accessories “Ask for a sign" 2022 Material: Brass gold-plated, Resin 5cm×5cm×10cm
“Ask for a sign” Accessory
Accessories “Ask for a sign" 2022. Material: Brass gold-plated, Resin 5cm×5cm×10cm
“Lucky bag” Brooch
Brooch “Lucky Bag” 2022 Material: Silver, paper money, cloth. 7cm×5cm
VIDEO – Ask for a Sign – YIJIA HE
Accessory “Ask for a sign" 2022. Material: Brass gold-plated, Resin 5cm×5cm×10cm
VIDEO-lucky bag-Yijia He – YIJIA HE
Brooch “Lucky Bag” 2022 Material: Silver, paper money, cloth. 7cm×5cm
VIDEO Good Luck Ring -Yijia He – YIJIA HE
Ring “Good Luck” 2022 Material: Resin, Brass gold-plated,Incence 9cm×5.5cm×4.5cm
ANXIETY RELIEF SET

During the pandemic, anxiety arose from the different ways of dealing with the pandemic in the UK environment. In the face of this inevitable situation, Yijia He created a series of jewellery inspired by traditional Chinese rituals to demonstrate the psychological state of the epidemic and to seek psychological comfort to alleviate the anxiety. He used modelling and 3D printing techniques to construct the subjects, incorporating paper money, incense and other special materials. He also likes to incorporate performance into their work which breaks the boundaries of jewellery design, allowing the work to interact with the audience and to make the process part of the work.

“Asking for a sign” is a British pandemic prevention slogan. Burning incense provides you with a spiritual blessing. Praying gets you the most basic of masks to wear and not touching the chasing koi. The jade pendant is made of a mask which shows that the mask is the most practical amulet in the event of a pandemic 

The ‘Anxiety Relief Set’ is a series of five jewellery pieces. Bringing traditional Chinese rituals into their jewellery practice, He reveals the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on our mental health. Combining their own design sensibilities and cultural background, He proposes ways to relief from anxiety, loneliness and feelings of self-isolation. He’s work interacts with the viewer in a personal way. He believes a work of art is only as good as the audience’s involvement and empathy



During the pandemic, anxiety arose from the different ways of dealing with the pandemic in the UK environment. In the face of this inevitable situation, Yijia He created a series of jewellery inspired by traditional Chinese rituals to demonstrate the psychological state of the epidemic and to seek psychological comfort to alleviate the anxiety. He used modelling and 3D printing techniques to construct the subjects, incorporating paper money, incense and other special materials. He also likes to incorporate performance into their work which breaks the boundaries of jewellery design, allowing the work to interact with the audience and to make the process part of the work.

“Asking for a sign” is a British pandemic prevention slogan. Burning incense provides you with a spiritual blessing. Praying gets you the most basic of masks to wear and not touching the chasing koi. The jade pendant is made of a mask which shows that the mask is the most practical amulet in the event of a pandemic 

The ‘Anxiety Relief Set’ is a series of five jewellery pieces. Bringing traditional Chinese rituals into their jewellery practice, He reveals the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on our mental health. Combining their own design sensibilities and cultural background, He proposes ways to relief from anxiety, loneliness and feelings of self-isolation. He’s work interacts with the viewer in a personal way. He believes a work of art is only as good as the audience’s involvement and empathy