Asylum Addictions uses resin, as well as real bones taxidermy items, to create wonderfully creepy jewelry.
The exchange rate for Euros is good right now, so the pieces aren’t expensive. They are shipping from someplace with French as the primary language, but it still doesn’t look too bad.
I can’t tell how their critters are sourced, so I would probably stick to resin items. Though the bones are mighty pretty. You can keep up with new stuff via their facebook page.
My art folder is very overtaxed. While I’d normally give you several selections from each artist, today I’m just going to choose one favorite that will click through to more. There may be a few weeks of these. Because art.
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It’s so hard to find a good centaur skeleton these days. Luckily, there’s Mythic Articulations, whose mission is to “to create what nature won’t.”
MA’s skeletons and skulls are 3D printed to order. They say if you want to seal the figure, to use a sealant that doesn’t yellow with age. I dunno, I think that would look pretty cool.
They also sell articulated figures. They are shipped unassembled, in a charming can.
Their prints are as lovely as their figures.
I’ll take one of each, thanks.
Tommaso Tagliabue, aka Mesozord, is illustrating the comic book in my head. The one I want desperately to read.
This is not too surprising, since he lists Dave McKean and Mike Mignola as influences.
Every character is bursting with back-story. I could make up tales about them for days.
He’s available for commissions, and has done work for several bands. Maybe some kind, twisted comic writer will make my dream come true.