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    Quote Originally Posted by Bson View Post



    Prabal Gurung S/S 2014

    Killer first contribution to this thread, Bson.

    Hopefully it won't be the last!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahn View Post

    Amusingly, dentistry and jewellery share an awful lot of equipment for the manufacturing of their various hardwares.
    That is amusing, who knew!

    So will we be seeing, perhaps, a .925 orthodontic bracelet from you soon?
    Or maybe root-post drop earrings?
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    hand-held
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    Quote Originally Posted by interest1 View Post
    That is amusing, who knew!

    So will we be seeing, perhaps, a .925 orthodontic bracelet from you soon?
    Or maybe root-post drop earrings?
    Ahaha maybe not me, but I just coincidentally discovered this Japanese label Fangophilia designed by Taro Hanabusa who is both a qualified dentist and a jeweller.



    Taro's works are designed to be worn directly over the body-part they imitate like faux-prosthetics. It's not a new concept... casting parts of the body is a technique made famous by German artist Gerd Rothmann... but his works did more frequently get translated into more traditional jewellery and objects.





    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahn View Post

    Ahaha maybe not me, but I just coincidentally discovered this Japanese label Fangophilia designed by Taro Hanabusa who is both a qualified dentist and a jeweller.

    Taro's works are designed to be worn directly over the body-part they imitate like faux-prosthetics. It's not a new concept... casting parts of the body is a technique made famous by German artist Gerd Rothmann... but his works did more frequently get translated into more traditional jewellery and objects.

    It seems the technique predates Mr Rothmann, I suspect by centuries, though I wouldn't quite call it "jewelry":



    Used in Victorian Asylums to prevent masturbation.
    (no wonder they were crazy)

    Forgive the lewdness, but I couldn't not post it after reading and seeing your wonderful post.
    Not to mention – when on earth ELSE could I've gotten away with posting that one!

    You opened the door and I snuck right in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by interest1 View Post
    It seems the technique predates Mr Rothmann, I suspect by centuries, though I wouldn't quite call it "jewelry":


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    Used in Victorian Asylums to prevent masturbation.
    (no wonder they were crazy)

    Forgive the lewdness, but I couldn't not post it after reading and seeing your wonderful post.
    Not to mention – when on earth ELSE could I've gotten away with posting that one!

    You opened the door and I snuck right in.

    Random titbit. Ol Mr Kellogg, of corn flakes fame (and was abstinent through his entire marriage), was the dietician at his brothers Victorian health and in someways mental health farm.
    He would give patients, who were committed for masturbation, bowls of cornflakes to take their mind off the ol five knuckle shuffle.
    Wankers...
    merz: your look has all the grace of george michael at the tail end of a coke binge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHYE_POSER View Post

    Random titbit. Ol Mr Kellogg, of corn flakes fame (and was abstinent through his entire marriage), was the dietician at his brothers Victorian health and in someways mental health farm.
    He would give patients, who were committed for masturbation, bowls of cornflakes to take their mind off the ol five knuckle shuffle.
    Wankers...

    Of course if they had any sense of humor at all, they'd have substituted those boring corn flakes for something not only more filling, but that incorporates a positive affirmation into their diets, as well.

    This, for example, says a mouthful. While being a handful.


    the softest thing to hit the hard.wear thread
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    Helmut Newton
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    dem horns

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    maison martin magiela fall 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamokes View Post

    Aurelie Demel
    Wow. Talk about taking patience to a whole new level.

    Curious how much it must weigh. Total upper-body workout with each wear. :)

    Thank you for posting this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by interest1 View Post
    Wow. Talk about taking patience to a whole new level.

    Curious how much it must weigh. Total upper-body workout with each wear. :)

    Thank you for posting this!
    you're very welcome, and i think i should take this opportunity to elaborate on the description

    while looking for more photos, i discovered the metal work is done by this man rather than demel, and his website shows that he's been collaborating with all kinds of designers and entertainers for a while


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    Steel Corset Dress, sculpture, Tessa Orton
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    Jana Sterbak, Remote Control II




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    metal-plated jacket, Paco Rabanne FW 1990 Haute Couture
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    To the moon.
    But likely not back.
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    Undercover, SS03 Scab
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