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Arman Suciyan is a jewelry designer and maker who lives in Istanbul, Turkey. He studied at the Kent Institute of Art in the U.K. and studied under the famous designer Stephen Webster. Since 2011 he has crafted his own designs and created a unique line of men’s belt buckles, rings, cuff links and more inspired by classic cars. His passion and inspiration comes from his childhood passion for 50s and 60s American cars including Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Chryslers, Cadillac, and Buick. By taking design cues from these iconic brands Arman has created artistic yet useful tributes to automobiles that any enthusiast will immediately recognize.

SHOW SPONSORS  

Cavallino Classic

Christopher Kimball Financial Services

SUCCESS QUOTE

“Don’t do anything half hearted and dare to fail with passion.”

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

After college moving to Milan and trying to establish a career there.

AH-HA MOMENTS

During his apprenticeship in jewelry workshops working with a modeling wax he found the material he enjoyed working with.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

A 1962 Falcon that was his father’s car.

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Don’t do anything half hearted.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCES

Ataman Museum

Liberia Della Autmobile

Dolmus

Philip Castle

BOOK RECOMMENDATION 

Airflow: Philip Castle by Stephen Bayley

Art of the American Automobile by Nick Georgano

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Stick to what you love and give it your best. Your time will come. Be patient and persist.

WHERE TO FIND ARMAN

Arman Suciyan

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Viewpoint NYC

 

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