Bracelet -- one side made with five glass syringes -- filled with machine oil, antifreeze, brake fluid, transmission oil, and gasoline -- the other side it made with engine belt (antidote bracelet?)

Bracelet : aka jewelleryOne of the kind silver bracelet. One side made with five glass syringes. Filled with:machine oil, antifreeze, brake fluid, transmission oil and gasoline. The back of bracelet is made from timing belt

BeMine Heart – Gold

Golden Egg Heart is a jewellery–like ceramic heart. Each piece is manually brush painted with a genuine gold and then baked in high temperature.

Random Ghost : Photo

Futuristic accessories in this geometrical-inspired session are by Halina Mrozek. Photography by Łukasz Brześkiewicz.

Imme van der Haak

Jewelry can be a pain in the ass—and now, it can be a pain in the face, too! Artist and jewelry designers Imme van der Haak and Burcu Büyükünal created a line of face distorting jewelry that gives you the human-gone-cyborg look you've always wanted.

Medical Rx Bracelet Plated from Cast of Vice's on APlusStore $150.00 - for medical necessity and life events even...

Cast Of Vices' Medical Rx Bracelet Plated Coming or Going would because the time's approaching

Present - Nix's robotic leg

Bespoke Prostheses: The prosthetic industry had always been one-size-fits-all…

By Danielle Miller-Gilliam. 2010. Sterling silver.

By Danielle Miller-Gilliam. 2010. Sterling silver.

This Silver splint looks more like jewelry than a piece of medical equipment. This is great for people with things like connective tissue disorders where things like typing can cause a dislocation (or at least hurt). AND it doesn't LOOK like you're wearing a splint!  Genius! Some conditions that have this issue are: Ehlers-Danlos, Connective Tissue Disease, POTS (some types), Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Birth defects, or previous trauma/ (recurrent) injury

This Silver splint looks more like jewelry than a piece of medical equipment. This is great for people with things like connective tissue disorders where things like typing can cause a dislocation (or at least hurt). AND it doesn't LOOK like you're wearing a splint! Genius! Some conditions that have this issue are: Ehlers-Danlos, Connective Tissue Disease, POTS (some types), Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Birth defects, or previous trauma/ (recurrent) injury

Lina Peterson Brooch: Greenly, 2010 Cardboard, clear acrylic, plywood, silver, copper, idigbo wood, opaque acrylic, leather, felt, cork,…

Lina Peterson is widely exhibited, London based Contemporary Jeweller, and graduate of the Royal College of Art.

27 Gifts For The Medical Nerd In Your Life

27 Gifts For The Medical Nerd In Your Life

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