These pieces, gleaned from Flickr, are from a mysterious artist (no name, Portugese perhaps) and show a young, painterly, childlike approach to polymer clay. You’ll find polymer embellished postcards and pins. She’s experimenting with bright colors and glow-in-the-dark flourescents.

Whatever this artist may lack in familiarity with the clay (no caning here) she makes up for in creativity. Fric_de_mentol is no copycat, she’s an original. A breath of fresh air.

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  • reply miriam ,

    =))))
    her name is Ana and she’s portuguese!

    Portugal rules! =))))

    • reply Ana Raimundo ,

      THANKS, this was a nice surprise and very good vibes to go forward. :]

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