My dear Israeli friend Liat Ripp has the most wonderful fish tank I ever saw - and it's all polymer! Her whimsical colorful design of fish pins/magnets/anything you can think of, has it's own unique style and brings a smile :) Her tutorial is offered for a special reduced price for the next few days!
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Shirali from India is an artist, a trained fashion designer and ceramist. She has worked with many different mediums in past like mixed media, terracotta, paper, fabric, resin, but she is relatively new to polymer clay, and plan on developing new products! Her USB designs are so cute!
Kate Tracton is a jewelry designer with an eye for tiny details. Currently she is enjoying beadweaving and polymer clay, though not at the same time according to her :)
Her art is available in her online Etsy store. Kate also has a blog where she discusses her artistic process and sometimes features other artists.
Here is one of her posts - drawing the process of a design - http://shiborigirl.blogspot.com/2011/02/fancy-schmancy.html
SteamTimeJewelry's Shop by Anne Berry has some cool stylish and edgy necklaces and rings handmade from vintage watch parts and polymer clay. All of the glamor of an alternate reality filled with gears and metal, filigree and finery.
Interested in her special parts for your own designs? You can find her steampunk supplies store too!
Have a great weekend :)