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Today’s Bizarre Eye Candy: Meat Jewelry

What you’re looking at isn’t the latest piece of artisanal charcuterie being swooned over by Mario Battali. Not even close. It’s a necklace. Stephanie Hensle, a recent graduate of Pforzheim University‘s School of Design, creates jewelry by making resin casts of deli-counter wares. What she produces is obviously a bit strange, and a bit unsettling: A comment on our over-consumption of meat (and the obsession with pork products in particular)? Or an homage to unappreciated beauty?

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Stephanie-Hansle-Meat-Necklace

What you’re looking at isn’t the latest piece of artisanal charcuterie being swooned over by Mario Battali. Not even close. It’s a necklace.

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Stephanie Hensle, a recent graduate of Pforzheim University‘s School of Design, creates jewelry by making resin casts of deli-counter wares.

Stephanie-Hensle-organ2

What she produces is obviously a bit strange, and a bit unsettling: A comment on our over-consumption of meat (and the obsession with pork products in particular)? Or an homage to unappreciated beauty?

Stephanie-Hensle-meat-pendant

[Via Dwell

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Cliff was director of product innovation at Fast Company, founding editor of Co.Design, and former design editor at both Fast Company and Wired.

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