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Friday, May 18, 2007

Mobiles by Julie Frith

Julie Frith "friended" me on Curbly a few days ago. Frantically busy getting ready for ICFF and to go back to school starting next month, I didn't have a chance to really look at what she's all about until now. Julie makes custom mobiles.

Handmade from colored plastic (or foam) and stainless steel, these mobiles reminds me of the playfulness you see in Mid-Century Modernism. They are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Don't see one you like? You can have one custom made. Every mobile comes with a certificate of authenticity, and is ready to hang, with line, hooks, and instructions.

1 comment:

JC said...

I think this design would make a great baby mobile. And it would last the childs whole life! Things should last longer for babies than just a few months or a year, then throw away or sell, what a waste literally. Everything for kids today just seems so disposable. I like this new art. practical.

 
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