Where in the 🌎 is #astronobeads?
Where are you Wearing & Sharing the Love of the Cosmos? Share your photos wearing Astronobeads with us on Instagram! We would ❤ to feature you on our feed.
OMG we did sidewalk astronomy tonight down by Yale, and I used my astronobeads more than once as an illustration to talk about the planets we were viewing!! I truly believe these beads will take you far AND educate.
📍 Connecticut, USA
Thank you so much for making my bracelet! I also love how you included the asteroid belt! Science is one of my favorite subjects in 5th grade!
📍 New York, USA
I substitute teach and always wear my solar system bracelet to science class. All of the kids “ooooh” and “aaaah” over it when I stretch it out to reveal each planet!
📍 Missouri, USA
Dr. Aomawa Shields
Lovely welcome home package in my office. So thrilled to know about this astronomy artist! Art + Science = AWESOMENESS
📍 California, USA
The postman just put a smile on my face and the Solar system around my wrist. Thank you for creating this jewelry! It’s perfect.
📍 Banja Luka, Bosnia
In the News
Pacific Beach entrepreneur wraps the solar system around wrists of San Diegans
What started out as high school graduation gifts, eventually became the business that won Mission Beach resident Bea Doheny the “Entrepreneur of the Year 2018” award.
Astronobeads designer from Pacific Beach soars into company's third year
In a world where everyone is looking down at their phones and posting selfies with messages about their own lives, 23-year old PB resident and jewelry-maker Bea Doheny is spreading a message of curiosity about things beyond oneself — a reminder to "look up."
22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women, Her Campus Media
What first started as a curiosity and hobby in astronomy for Bea Doheny, quickly turned into an out-of-this-world space-inspired jewelry company called Astronobeads. While navigating her sophomore year of college, her sorority life and her new business, Bea rose to the challenge of life as “an all-around busy Bea” to connect star-gazers around the world.