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Attention to all who love organic forms, and embryonic imagery:
SPINHANDSPUN is delighted to announce the arrival of a new set of polymer hex buttons, designed, crafted, and out-done by Perishables, an artist who creates her own shipping packages, and uses nature retreats for inspiration. [2010 Update: Perishables is no longer listed as an Etsy store seller]
The next collection of cases will feature her work. Until then, I’ll be rolling these buttons between my fingertips, and relishing their polymer musicality.
For more information about Perishables and her work,
“Fond of organic geometry, embryonic imagery, ethnic fashion, micro-biology, fossils, parasites, using husks, and pits from fruit I’ve actually eaten, found plant life, found dead animals (presently bird wings), recycled goods, and involving jewelry in divine rites.”
I make jewelry that I wish existed, but doesn’t until I make it.
Unusual, ostentanious creatures destined to enhance the visual identity of all those who wear it.” — Perishables
Dear Perishables’ Foddle Neck Deko: I think I’m in love.
“Foddle is a one size phits all Queenie Neck Deko.
This is a serious piece.
Replete with large, over lacquered driftwood imported from the depths of Philadelphia’s legendary Wasteland.
There are also large ceramic beads and, of course, intricate polymer sculptures.
Another relic from your lost tribe.”
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