These 2 3/4″ wide polymer and silver urchin brooches from Ford/Forlano are part of their offerings at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. This quick video offers a sneak peek at their new booth and latest works. Kathleen Dustin is also in this prestigious show.

The urchins are a revival of an earlier design. They’re also debuting a new Cubist line based on letter shapes. You can read how their designs evolved on their blog.

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  • reply rmkdesign ,

    Holy barnacles, batman! Just when you think it’s safe to go back in the water….

    • reply Annie Pennington ,

      Excellent work. I’m, of course, a fan of their work already, but I’m quite taken with their new Cubist body of work. Great job, David and Steve! (And nice metalwork, Jennifer!)

      • reply Magdalena ,

        I wish here in Scotland our guild will grow and show such potential and talents as well! I am a big big fan of F&F works, always amazes me. Hope I will get there sometime in a loooong future…maybe.

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