Trendy French polymer

Vantorre on PCDaily

Dorothee Vantorre’s day-in-the-studio pictures (on Flickr and on Facebook) show off her trendy polymer designs and let us oggle her workspace. Her funny French sensibilty veers from pleasant monsters to delicate geometrics. The designs mirror her training in illustration and architecture.

Vantorre on PCDaily

Note that there aren’t many tools or tricks on her work surfaces. Dorothee relies on color and patient manipulation to build her fresh creations. Her understated raindrop earrings end in a pop of delicious color. And there’s plenty more in her Etsy shop. A little French fun to begin your week.

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  • reply Dorothée-Les Folles Marquises ,

    Thank you so much Cynthia ! 🙂

    • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

      All of her work is clean, simple, and fun! I have been an admirer of her artichoke ring design for quite some time:) Really talented polymer artist.

      • reply Carole M ,

        Dorothee has truly found her own style and Niche’
        I love the contrast of the bright pieces with the black and white collection

        • reply Lynn Lunger/UnaOdd ,

          Striking and fun work!

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