This colorful polymer squiggle ring is from Serbia’s Milena Babic and Miloš Samardžic’s new Bold Geometry series. Generally the pair, known as Tramps and Glams, feature film stars, artists and lost souls in cubist constructions that become polymer brooches and pendants. Their geometric pieces pile polymer twists and curls into constructions that look like confetti gathered up for a party.

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…on our “Habits” survey. Ten easy questions ask where you learn about polymer and how you share your work. Your answers are important, anonymous and much appreciated! A few quick checkmarks will help Judy Belcher and me gather data for our presentation at Synergy.

If you missed the first survey, you can still fill it out here.

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  • reply Barb Lessen ,

    The music lovers brooch is absolutely genius!!! Love this work!!!

    • reply Valeta Rice ,

      Clicked on both surveys and only got a blank page. What’s going on???

      • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

        Here’s the direct link for survey 2 in case the other won’t play nicely. Thanks for letting me know.

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