Graphite has been hand-sanded into tear drop shapes and attached to steel cables. They are attached to a metal form that has been raised and chased. It is backed with wood and metal so that it is wearable. Attached to the user with fifteen shirt snaps, it is meant to be worn on the stomach.

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Comment by Alexis Archibald on March 25, 2014 at 10:14am

Such a clever idea....I love it!

 

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