Sunday, March 11, 2012

JEWELRY MADE OUT OF 'PLASTCIZED' HUMAN BREAST MILK




What with aborted human fetal cells being used in "flavor enhancing" research and ending up in the foods we consume, and placentas and foreskins from mutilated human baby boys being put in cosmetics, should we really be surprised when human breast milk becomes a marketable commodity for the production of jewelry?
"French design collective Duende have used a technique that can transform human or animal milk into plastic by solidifying the casein content. The 'Perle de lait' range of jewelry will be on display as part of their collection of objects exploring the relationship of food between mother and child at La Cuisine. This takes the concept of bespoke jewelry to whole new level."

Jewelry Created from Plasticized Human Milk
http://www.core77.com/blog/technology/jewelry_created_from_plasticized_human_milk_10379.asp

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