Posts Tagged ‘necklace’
El Día de los Muertos has come and gone, but we can still honor the dead with gorgeous calavera finds:
The Yaxche Necklace by persimmonjewelry ($58.00) refers to the Mayan Tree of Heaven, “under which good souls rejoice.”
The Calavera Burn Book by Scott Campbell ($150.00) has been intricately laser cut, turning an old book into a ghostly work of art.
Even after featuring Etsy’s monster shops, I’ve only scratched the surface of the monster-y goodness that exists on the web, and I can’t help but look for more! So the “Monsters in My Cortex” T-shirt by Jean Jullien ($25.00) is eerily apt. Add a little more humor with the Grr Arg Monster Necklace by Finest Imaginary (£6.99) and you’ve got yourself a monster-loving outfit!
If you ever wanted to see your own nucleotides, now is the time! DNA is hip and stylish, with a variety of products representing the human body’s building blocks. Some can even be personalized: with a swab of cheek cells, a laboratory can create a unique piece of art based entirely on you. DNA’s iconic double helix shape and telltale lines make great graphic accessories for your home, office, or outfit.
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Today is Thanksgiving in Canada, so I thought I’d do a tribute to the most beloved and badass Canadian superhero, Wolverine:
The Wolverine Hockey Tee from Urban Outfitters ($19.99) is as uncanny as the X-Men, and the Wolverine Skull Pendant Necklace by mrd74 ($40.00) would be a slyly literal addition to any Wolverine paraphernalia.
Happy Turkey Day, Canadians!
Bullet Proof Rose Brooch by Tobias Wong for $170: Made from bullet proof Kevlar and with a name like a John Woo movie, it’s a beautiful accessory that can protect you during your next gunfight.
Crystal Werewolf Killer- Clear Quartz Crystal Silver Bullet Necklace (.40 Caliber) by leoravon for $48.00: It kills werewolves. Therefore, it is awesome.
I actually still have my old Atari 2600 in the garage, though I doubt it still works. One of the classic games in the old Atari arsenal was Q*bert, the platform game involving jumping between graphic cubes. The visuals were colorful and the geometric patterns have lived on to this day.
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