Becker’s wild polymer fish

I keep finding things that help me prolong summer. Here are Ella Becker’s polymer clay fantasy fish full of color and glitter and motion.

This Israeli animator admits that, "Animation for me is not only a profession but also a way of experiencing the world in a visual way, full of color, texture and motion, working together to create emotional impact." There is raw energy in her jewelry and sculpture with color and flash that increase its impact. She gives a dynamite haircut too! Something wild for the end of summer.

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  • reply Melanie West ,

    What fun fish! I especially like the one on the lower right.

    Her illustration work is wonderful – well worth a look-see too. The Japanese block print parodies (at least, that’s what I think they are – perhaps someone can enlighten me) are both beautiful and comical. I like the umbrella closed over the head of one of the pedestrians the most.

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