Anni Albers, Necklace from hardware, ca. 1940. Brass grommets on length of chamois. ©2003 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York here.
Love the patina on the brass grommets. Again, ways to get this various aged or not aged looks all over the internet.
DIY “Most detailed Instruction how to build a Steampunk keyboard from the workshop of Admiral Aaron Ravensdale”. I think this has been posted before - but not the tutorial. I have to admit - I’m not going to do this. But how great is this? Detailed tutorial by Admiral Aaron Ravensdale at Instructables here. He also has his own Steampunk website here and has a 70 page PDF download of the project with the layout of the buttons in another photoshop file. Only catch is that the download is in German (soon to be translated into English).
Retro Groovy 1970s Tribal brass Ring Pendant. Found at evaelena’s Etsy Store here for the very reasonable price for $18 for a statement necklace. Although she is from Australia, so you have to add shipping on. Also, when did people start labeling things as “Tribal”? May be she means “Tribal” here in the sense of Aboriginal. Anyway, most of what I’m seeing labeled “Tribal” (not this particular piece however) is “Native American Inspired”. Is that too old fashioned to say? I’d be upset if I were Native American… oh that’s right, I am part Native American…