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July 14, 2008

Baby Foot Prints


From the website:

    Baby Foot Prints

    German sculptor Marlies von Soden has long pushed the boundaries of plastics as a free-form sculptural medium using the same extruding machines which produce industrial raw materials.

    With these Baby Foot Prints, she employs a type of phenolic foam used in podiatry to create an utterly cute and practical way to keepsake a baby's footprint.

    The pink foam takes the impression permanently and can then be displayed or kept safe in the silver or gold embossed slipcover.

    4.5" x 3.5" x 2".


A little lagniappe here.



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