Colorblind polymer

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White popped up today so let’s run with it. Barcelona’s Sona Grigoryan disregarded the color in Gaudi’s architecture and concentrated on the famous architect’s shapes that she interpreted into a polymer cuff.

Wendy Malinow took the color out of flowers and bones and applied them as a background on the platform of some summer sandals she’s working on.

Sometimes you can disregard color, focus on form instead and end up somewhere entirely new.

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    (laughing) Of COURSE Wendy would walk around on bones…..!!!

    • reply Sherrie Brittig ,

      Oh, I love the sandals! What a clever idea!

      • reply Alison ,

        The detail on these is amazing!

        • reply Trina Williams ,

          The shoe reminds me of the shoe contest Donna Kato had a few (maybe more) years back. I don’t think any of us made a pair you could actually wear!

          • reply wendy wallin malinow ,

            Thanks for the shoe mention Cynthia! Now I have a dilemma… I was going to antique these with burnt umber, but maybe I should stick to “colorblind” form…
            hmmm….

            • reply Jan Montarsi ,

              Wendy wear them first if they get dirty then antique them, but I would use black to match the top of the sandal.

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