The Japanese Sound Effect Rings are Statement-Making Adornments

 - Dec 7, 2012
References: rgb-laboratory & spoon-tamago
Those prone to watching anime or reading manga comic books may recognize the characters on the Japanese Sound Effect rings by RGB.

Designers Shuji Tomishima and Takushi Okina took the katakana characters that decorate the pages of Japan's graphic novels and made them into jewelry. The scrawled symbols used to express embarrassment, fury, hard work etc are now able to rest on your fingers, making you into a walking comic. RGB takes advantage of the angular properties of the katakana symbols to create intricately attractive statement jewelry, which literally makes a statement.

The Japanese Sound Effect rings range in price depending on how many characters the metal contains and are available online through Mitsubai Tokyo.