This is a collection of jewelry designed by artist Jennifer Crupi that forces the wearer to make a particular gesture. You know, just in case you want to always be pointing but don't have the willpower to do it on your own. There's a bunch of different versions after the jump, my favorite of which I'm actually modeling right now. "You're wearing a toilet paper tube around your wrist and flipping me off." It's making me! "But there's nothing attached to your fingers." ...What if I told you it uses brainwaves?
Hit the jump for a bunch more.
Thanks to LeAnn, who kept making this one gesture at me but I didn't know what it meant. "It meant leave." Rude!
I happen to know finger vibrators have existed for awhile because I remember going to buy vitamins at Target (that's my story and I'm sticking to it) and seeing that Trojan was even selling one. That one wasn't nearly powerful enough for my needs though so I wound up giving it... / Continue →
2012 Thumb-Wresting World Champion -- I'm calling it.
This is James Byrne. PSYCHE -- it's just his hands. James lost his left thumb in a carpentry accident, and, after a botched attempt to reattach it, had it replaced with a big toe and NOT a lucky rabbit's foot despite that... / Continue →
I'd never heard the term "human ivory" before, and I'm gonna be honest, I'm kind of wishing I still hadn't. In case you couldn't tell from the picture, it's human finger and toenail clippings. Now if you'll excuse me I'm gonna go puke, wash my face and get myself together aga... / Continue →