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Blooms is a collective from Oslo that mainly consists of skaters. These talented skaters use urban parts of Oslo as their playground, and they have thus established themselves in the skating community in Norway. All the guys have their own creative outlets and other things that they like to do on the site, with everything from biology and psychology to furniture carpentry and art as areas of interest in addition to skating.

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The name Blooms came about when the filmmaker Martin Strøm made his first project. Martin, who is also part of the gang, has been filming skateboard films for several years, and has thus become a recognized filmmaker in the skate / snowboard environment. The name fell in love with the boys, and it has over time created a unique affiliation for skaters.

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With so many creative minds gathered under the Blooms umbrella, they are planning several projects that have nothing to do with skating and film. They have previously made t-shirts, hats and caps with different designs related to the Blooms concept. This has without exception sold out right away, so now it was time for a new project. Blooms aimed its snout at the jewelery world, more specifically Demba Oslo . With artist Tyler Metzgeri at the helm, (@slimsadybabyyy on Instagram) it did not take long before a brand new Demba Oslo X Blooms ring was produced and ready to be launched.

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The ring is a 925 Sterling Silver ring handmade by local blacksmiths in Gambia, located in western Africa . We have mixed Demba Oslo's immaculate design with Blooms' playful style. The project plays on the character Mr Blooms, who for many is known as Albert Åberg. The ring is produced in a limited edition, so here it is first come, first served!

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In the future , Blooms will surprise with a lot of different drops. With such a wide range of hobbies and knowledge within a collective, it is not impossible to imagine that they will make everything from clothes to furniture in the future.

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Photo: Thomas Wietse

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