Octopus Hieroglyphic Ring / OctopusMe

This design reminds me of Japanese art meets Hieroglyphics with sort of an industrial feel… Octopus style! It was created in my favourite way… no planning and just going with the flow. It is the last of the three rings of a series. I fabricated the ring out of sheet metal, tubing, using rolling mill techniques. But don’t be fooled, the tubing was goes straight through the top of the ring and actually rests on your finger when you wear it! Just an fun and funky touch to make it different. It’s a nice wearable art piece, One of a Kind and Ready to ship! — via Etsy

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