Tramps and Glams

Serbian artists Milena Babic and Miloš Samardžic teamed up to share their cubist-like vision in polymer in pieces like this Face Up brooch.

Their Tramps and Glams are their interpretation of silent film stars, charming tramps and other surreal characters. You can see the pictures that inspire them on their blog and some additional pictures on Flickr.

Though the duo has been collaborating since 2008, it looks like they’ve just jumped into the digital pool (FB and Twitter) where you’ll want to watch them. Thanks to Alice Stroppel for the link.

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  • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

    Wild and wonderful.

    • reply Alice Stroppel ,

      You know me and faces….Thanks for featuring them.

      • reply Anita Brandon ,

        Colorful, creative and charming. I especially like the Green eyed bird!

        • reply Clare Pramuk ,

          I love these. They’re so ingenious.

          • reply suzanne ,

            so very inventive and creative! i really love what i saw!

            • reply Selma ,

              Interesting, inventive and creative! Wonderful colors! I love it! 🙂

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