Author Topic: Roadquill  (Read 699 times)


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« on: January 26, 2009, 03:23:53 PM »
When Amy Nugent sells her line Roadquill at craft fairs, she sometimes hears snarky remarks directed at her by overzealous browsers.
The 33-year-old artist uses the parts of dead animals to create high-end key chains, jewelry and accessories: Rabbit feet and turtle hands hang off small gold key chains, and moose and bear bones are carved into feathers and used as slides for a tie or velvet necklace. ...
Every part was taken from dead animals scooped off the highway.
From here.


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