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'Contaminate, Please!' by Livia Lazzari Looks like a Cross-Section of Sea Life

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jan 3, 2010   Updated: Jul 4 2011 • References: behance.net and behance.net
The jewelry exhibited in 'Contaminate, Please!' by Livia Lazzari reminds me of several cross-sections of sea life. There are the anemone-like tentacles in the first six images, followed by coral and kelp, respectively. Each necklace is more delicate than the last, with a touch of the avant-garde for good measure.

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Implications - Eco-conscious consumers are constantly seeking new methods of green living to reduce their carbon footprints and portray their positive efforts to their peers. These consumers embrace products with environmental designs or materials. Companies can appeal to expressive green target markets by incorporating nature features into their product designs.