I’m happy to share a brand new custom line through Brevity: the Signature necklace – a custom necklace that is as personal as it gets.
Your signature is unique – it is a symbol of your identity and is the mark that you use to represent yourself to the world. It is one of the most personal things about a person – the distillation of a one-of-a-kind personality into a mark that was developed over the course of a life. Whether you choose to wear your own John Hancock or honor a loved one by wearing theirs, our Signature necklace is as personal as it gets.
The Signature necklace is available in stainless steel (on sterling silver chain) for $195, in silver dipped (on sterling silver chain) for $225, and in gold dipped (on gold-filled chain) for $295. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
New print release: this week the Working Proof is teaming up with artist Tiffany Bozic to bring you her print Rhino Beetles to benefit Doctors Without Borders. I really enjoy this super-realistici nature collage feel. Although meticulous and scientific in her renderings of the subject-matter, the way Tiffany composes all of the images together, has an almost fantasy quality.
In her paintings and sketches, she presents a largely autobiographical vision of life’s struggles and triumphs. Her wide array of subjects are inspired both from her extensive travels to wild places, and by the research specimens at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, CA.
Tiffany has chosen Doctors Without Borders because they take great strides to travel to remote locations to bring medical care and educational awareness to the communities in crisis.
This print is available in multiple sizes. It was digitally signed by the artist. The 8×10 and 11×14 prints are numbered by The Working Proof. Learn more here. Read our interview with Tiffany Bozic here. You can buy the print here.
I have never heard of these one-time-use water filtration pouches from HTI. Core77 has a nice writeup of them and how they are used in disaster relief. It’s a passive system that uses osmosis through a the pouch/membrane to draw in non-drinkable water that is filtered through the pouch itself. The pouch needs something inside that needs water for the osmosis process to work, so they fill it with a sports drink mix. Great idea.
We created a handy-dandy submissions form. Please submit your latest and greatest projects to us this way - it's much more effective than sending us an email. We look forward to seeing what you are cooking up!
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