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