Techniques for producing organic materials enable the fabrication of plastics made from human or animal milk by solidifying their casein content. The `Perle de lait' range of jewellery imagines a new set of personalized post-natal objects. The breast-feeding mother sends a feeding bottle full of her milk to a laboratory where it is transformed into a gem-like substance that can be mounted on a neck-piece or any other form of jewellery.
That is technically vegan.
That technique's been around for a long time. The windows in gunner's bubbles of WWII-era bombers were made from casein.
Do you know why this particular material was used?
Post-natal placenta sandwich parties and now this.
This is far more preferable.
I dunno. Doesn't seem kosher somehow, the baby's head floating undead in its mother's milk. I mean, I like it, but I'm pretty creepy.
I don't know whether to just be regular appalled, or go with full on despair for the human race.
i want one...and i want the chain made from urea plastic please.