Whenever I attend Design Indaba, I leave feeling inspired by South Africa's talent across multiple disciplines of design. The event, held in the Cape Town International Convention Center, is often a sea of cubicles showcasing dainty silver jewelry and letterpress notecards, which is why Katherine-Mary Pichulik's moody, black-walled stall stood out. Her necklaces, crafted from brightly colored rope and found objects, snake around in unusual patterns. Bright colors are tightly woven together, creating bold pieces of adornment. PICHULIK is located at Studio B106 in the Woodstock Exchange and her necklaces can be purchased through her website (as well as a few basic versions available at Anthropologie).