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Photos of Roadkill Jewelry (Via: roadquill, treehugger)



Roadkill Jewelry Photos

Amy Nugent is a Vancouver-based jewelry artisan whose prime medium for her 'Roadquill' line is the porcupine quills she personally collects from the roadkill on area highways. Yep, roadkill. Talk about…[More]


'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 1'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 2'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 3'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 4'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 5'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 6'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 7'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 8'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 9'Roadquill' Line Recycles Porcupine Quills for Macabre Eco-Accessories 10




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