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Monthly Archives: June 2012

  1. recommended: NECKLACES

    Recommended: American artist's creations - pretty Ribbons, Tulip and Butterfly Pendants

    Made in etched plastic. They are lightweight, easy to put on and very pretty!
    The unique drawings finely and firmly printed on the plastic pendant base are created in a nostalgic vintage style that is outstanding yet not overly elaborate. They are great and chic to wear with outfits in variable styles.

    Monocircus provides free gift wrapping service.
    Just leave us a message upon checking out your purchase and we will do it all nicely for you with an added little card.

    Click on the picture above and it will bring you to our online catalog.

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  2. recommended: doinky doodles POUCHES

    Look out for Doinky Doodles' new series of fun and useful Pouches!

    Specially handmade just for Monocircus, Singaporean artist created this circus-themed items using fabrics from vintage clothing, along with touches of sequins, buttons and beads.

    The little quirky characters of clowns and animals are so fun and whimsical, 
    they naturally put smiles to faces!

    These pouches are 26 cm wide, very roomy!
    Great for artists to keep lots of drawing pencils or even paint tubes!
    also ideal for keeping cosmetics and toiletries,
    or for your kids' to put their color pencils or ink pens together!

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  3. ERIMAK our entry to RAPID 3D Fashion Show event

    this is ERIMAK.

    our entry that came in TOP 20 for the 3D fashion accessories contest organized by RAPID, an organization for additive manufacturing solutions. 

    the selected design has been fabricated in white flexible plastic 
    using the latest 3D printing techniques by Materialise, and was featured on the runway at a Fashion Show
    sponsored by Materialise, held on May 22 in Atlanta, Georgia.

    the photo below was documented at the event party right after the Fashion Show.
    the hat is a work by a famous designer and on the shoulder

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