A South African-born, Massachusetts-based artist, Jennifer Maestre is known for her unique pencil sculptures. She derives most of her inspiration from the form and texture of the sea urchin. Skillfully crafted from hundreds and hundreds of colored pencils, they're cut into one inch pieces, sharpened and then drilled through to become beads, and then sewn...
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Real product names: from "Pee Cola" to "Megapussi", and Australian "Golden Gaytime" ice-cream, what were they thinking?
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Being fashionable has nothing to do with being normal. Meet 10 fashion accessories beyond weird.
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