Real-looking polymer clay objects

This polymer clay lariat by Adams Schoolhouse reminds us that it’s time to break out the mittens. The variegated yarns look labor-intensive, very wooly, very real.

Speaking of looking real, check out the Australian “Making Sense” art exhibit that featured the work of artists who replicate benign objects and spaces.

Polymer artist Emma White explains that, “Sometimes the joke’s on me because people can’t tell the object is handmade (like the polymer clay post-it here), so they kind of don’t even see it.” Read more about Emma here.

Thanks to Susan Lomuto for the exhibit link and for making us start the week looking very carefully.

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  • reply Cindy Walcott ,

    What a surprise! I strolled over for my daily visit to PCD, and found MY mittens!! Thanks! ~Cindy Walcott aka Adams Schoolhouse

    • reply Craft Victoria ,

      Thank you for the mention! What a lovely surprise 🙂

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