We absolutely love Paul Edwards artistic ability, creating awesome intricate wooden scuptures using power tools and drawing on inspiration from his interests from the creative world and extreme sports. Paul manages to create intricate work even using relatively large power tools, with one of our favourites being his surfboard carving pictured below. Paul is turning his hobby into… Read more »

Join us at our Nalu office in Braunton, North Devon this summer and get creative with us! Enjoy our workshops taking place every Wednesday throughout August where we can show you how to make your own unique Nalu jewellery. Update your bracelet with some shiny new beads or a new cord colour for the summer! Kids… Read more »

Nalu and Marine Connection have collaborated to create a ‘design your own nalu bead’ competition”. The winning bead design will represent Marine Connection and £2 will be donated to Marine Connection for every sale of each bead. The winner will also receive their winning bead and £200 in Nalu jewellery. The winning bead will be… Read more »

  The North Devon Schools Surfing Championships held during the Goldcoast Oceanfest kicked off in difficult surfing conditions at Croyde Bay. Six local schools took part with the young surfers having the challenge of dealing with strong onshore winds and solid surf. Nalu supported the event by giving Nalu jewellery as prizes for the Nalu Girls Open…. Read more »

Jessica Pearson is a local girl to us, a North Devon lady who has risen from adversity. During her teenage years ill health affected her dreams to be an actress, but this gorgeous lady has since flourished as a competent filmmaker always keen for her next creative project. Jess loves to support local artisans and… Read more »

Almost everyday the Californian film producer, Heather Hudson, surfs at her local beach. Heather is a talented and graceful longboarder who set up her own film company, Graciegirl LLC in 2007. Following the achievement of “the Women and the Waves” Heather has been part of the second installment, “the Women and the Waves 2”.  She gained a… Read more »

With Jackson Hole we decided to use our own frit blend (a mix of shards of different coloured glass) of translucent blue and a pastel red. The blue colours were chosen to represent the the blue skies, while we used a pastel red in the frit blend to signify the tram used in the valley…. Read more »