Brazilian bling in polymer


After finding the polymer work of Tinisa Teixeira and her studio, Duo Atelie, (thanks to a tip from Sarah Wilbanks) we’re going to have to take a closer look the polymer art coming from Brazil. You can feel a very different polymer aesthetic.


Tinisa’s designs are fresh and unconstrained. The metallics of the PVclay made in Rio glow with a unusual shimmer. The manufacturer claims that the material is 100% recyclable!

See the polymer clothing of Luciana Inojosa on Instagram and the surreal video of a polymer doll coming to life by Leevi Lehtinen.

Aren’t you glad we have the weekend to dive into Brazil and these exciting fashions? There’s more of Tinisa’s work to explore on Facebook.

  • reply Cynthia Becker ,

    I watched the amazing video of building the polymer clay doll and the music brought both my husband and a cat to find out what I was watching. Then I had to play it again for them. The jewelry is beautiful, too!

    • reply Sharon ,

      Have you seen the pasta machine on her Facebook page – looks intriguing

      • reply Diana ,

        I loved the video of the polymer clay doll – it’s great fun!

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