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Featured photo: Jonathan Johnson x Tom of Finland Very Butch Bracelet in 23kt Gold Plated Brass, 2017
Which I actually find quite nice, if anyone wants to send me a little Xmas gift. lol.


Penis Jewelry

No, I’m not talking about cock rings or anything like that, though, I’m not ruling them out either.

I’m clearing out my drafts folder and there are a few things that still deserve posting, though, probably not as relevant. But odds are, this whole blog is IRRELEVANT. BLOOP! Just kidding, I am relevant. Thank you. I’m a piece, I’ll tell ya that.

This post started out about a month ago when I caught wind that Yves Saint Laurent had released penis jewelry in their new collection. A pendant and dangle earrings in patinated golden brass (100% brass). Only available in select stores, not online.ysl-penis-jewelry

I had originally planned to write a long post about the origins of the male anatomy as adornment and what not, but with the holidays here, and my general to-do list being MORE than backed-up, just can’t… I’ll just post this for now, maybe one day I’ll readdress this subject when time permits.

Related articles to the YSL collection:
NY Post
The Sun

Other related articles about phallic designer accessories:
Tom Ford: Harper’s Bazaar
Kesha: Cosmopolitan

Bump | Tom Dixon

BUMP


The BUMP family by Tom Dixon still has me floating. I love the delicate rounded forms of translucent glass with touches of pink and black. I usually respond to things that reflect the notion of science and the pursuit of knowledge. I imagine a futuristic botanical lab on the moon or further off in a dark corner of space. Black, white, cold, silent. It’s like something from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Retro Future. Round and Round again, circles, infinity. A gorgeous collection from Tom Dixon.
-JWJ


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[from TomDixon.net]
A series of minimalist, borosilicate forms designed to serve as the ritualistic instruments of every day hosting. Delicately handmade with subtle levels of pink and grey tonal translucency, Bump offers an elegant approach to floral arrangements.

With these articles for measuring, brewing, steaming, cooling, pouring and preserving we are exploring the transformative alchemy of curious instruments and chemical reactions. Inspired by laboratory apparatus, Bump is an exercise in the manipulation of the conical, spherical and tubular building blocks that we love to play with, of double walled glassmaking and a play in transparency and translucence.

Mouth-blown into an engineered graphite mould, Bump is made of borosilicate, the heat resistant glass familiarly found in science laboratories. Light weight, durable and able to withstand high temperatures, borosilicate glass is usually seen in a colourless and clear state, but here it is elevated by the rare translucent pinks and glossy black raw material, that have been fused, blown and manipulated into delicate shapes.

Bump-Bubble-Vase-Detail


PRODUCT CARE:
Hand-wash in warm soapy water and dry with a soft cloth. Suitable for use with food. Always rinse before use. Not dish-washer safe. Do not use abrasive agents as this will damage the surface. The products are hand made and variations will occur. Colour may change over time due to the character of the material.


— Press Release, Sept. 2017. Read on www.tomdixon.net/catalog/product/view/id/1926/s/bump-vase-tall/category/265/

Take the $2 Challenge

Take the $2 Challenge

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SHOP LOCAL

For every $100 spent in a local business, $68 stays in the economy. Not only do local businesses employ more people directly per dollar of revenue, they also are the customers of local printers, accountants, wholesalers, farms, attorneys, etc., thus expanding the opportunities for local entrepreneurs and making that local dollar work even harder.

By shopping local you are supporting…

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Take the $2 Challenge

2buckchallenge_300

SHOP LOCAL

For every $100 spent in a local business, $68 stays in the economy. Not only do local businesses employ more people directly per dollar of revenue, they also are the customers of local printers, accountants, wholesalers, farms, attorneys, etc., thus expanding the opportunities for local entrepreneurs and making that local dollar work even harder.

By shopping local you are supporting schools, police and fire departments. Most of the money you spend goes right back into the local economy. Read more


[INSERT SHAMELESS SELF-PROMOTION HERE]

As a local business owner, I would be thrilled to help you spend your $2 bills! I have plenty of art for sale, as well as merchandise. If you have a specific vision in mind I could do a custom commissioned piece for you as well. So many options that I don’t have enough time to illustrate them all on my website.

So go sign up at www.idahopress.com and accept the challenge to put your hard earned money back into our economy and fuel a prosperous new year!


 

Take the $2 Challenge

‘Tis the season to shop! The holidays are just around the corner and the Idaho Press is posing a challenge you won’t be able to resist: Go shopping. Spend $100 at local shops and restaurants. And only use $2 bills.
Read the article on idahopress.com


 

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