Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Zipper bling!



Stepping way, way away from health care: For the person who has everything, see the pictures above for ZipBling necklaces. Yup, these are really made from zipper pulls. I think they are really neat and surprisingly attractive, and I like that they are often made from surplus materials. My friend Louise makes them in various colors, sizes, and styles. They close with a magnetic clasp. You can contact her at lloewenstein@comcast.net.

5 comments:

Rich said...

Unrelated to this post. But as a loyal reader of this blog (which I enjoy very much!) I thought this blog post would be of interest to you.

http://patientadvocare.blogspot.com/2007/10/from-tragedy-to-safer-care-stillborn.html

Regards,
Rich Weissmark

Anonymous said...

That's weird. But cool, I guess. I find that I'm having somewhat of an existential crisis being confronted with so many zipperless zipper pulls.

I prefer this one: http://famousdiamonds.tripod.com/taylor-burtondiamond3.jpg

Matt said...

I love finding cool stuff like this.

In fact my college roommate started a blog where you would find stuff like this. He now has several writers and thousands of readers a day.

http://www.fresharrival.com
They post 1 interesting thing a day.

And Paul...I'm getting to witness my first JCAHO accreditation survery. They came calling Monday, makes for an interesting week.

Paul Levy said...

Neat stuff, Matt. Thanks for the link.

Letus know how your survey goes, ok?

grillz said...

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beyond on a global level. Hip hop and rap have created entirely new industries
such as the hip hop jewelry genre,
upgraded the look of the common drinking cup to the majestic looking
pimp cups, have virtually
created a new and expanding language, and have even affected the
automotive industry with such bold customizations as large spinning bling bling wheels and
transformed fashion and clothing in an unprecedented way and so much more. And now zipper bling? Hip hop is no doubt way more influential and powerful than rock and roll.