Polymer and coffee

Renata on PCDaily

Over a cup of coffee Slovenia’s Renata happened upon the inspiration for this graphic, eye-popping polymer necklace.

For her birthday Renata had requested a set of the Illy coffee mugs designed by Tobias Rehberger. Once she had the cups she felt compelled to make a companion polymer necklace. More pieces may follow.

You can see what Renata and her friends are teaching in their classes here and follow her on Flickr and on Facebook.

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  • reply marjana ,

    bravo Renata .. krasna je πŸ™‚

    • reply Melanie ,

      It’s the most extraordinary thing to create something (in this case my no. 12 Organic Template) with a specific purpose and then be blown away by what someone else does with it in a totally different and fabulous way. Surprising and inspiring. Well done Renata and thank YOU!

      • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

        There is just something so chic about Renata’s design–a very complex idea stripped away to its simplest expression–like an epic poem reduced to a haiku. Love it.

        • reply Renata ,

          Thanks for this post, Cynthia. I love your work and enjoy reading your book PC Global Perspectives as well. It’s an honor to be mentioned here.
          Thanks Melanie and Randee for lovely comments. Means a lot to me.
          πŸ™‚
          Best regards,
          Renata

          • reply Sandra D. ,

            Cynthia thanks for the wonderful work you do sharing the techniques from all around the world of art of polymer Clay.

            • reply Sherry Bailey ,

              Gorgeous! Love it!

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