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ZOE COLLINS ART

ZOE COLLINS ART - "PASTEL MOSAIC" MAGNETIC BROOCH

ZOE COLLINS ART - "PASTEL MOSAIC" MAGNETIC BROOCH

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ITEM DETAILS

If you love Zoe's earrings, you'll adore this brooch — a beautifully bright flower, perfect for your summer frock, beach bag or anywhere you like! Your choice!

Comes with a magnet closure.

Zoe's signature abstract art pieces are printed onto acrylic, then lasercut, in Brisbane, Australia. Each artwork was created with attention to detail, colour and texture. They are incredibly lightweight, and loads of fun.

MATERIAL

Acrylic, UV flatbed inks, steel or magnetic backs.

DIMENSIONS

Each brooch in the series is approximately 60mm at its longest edge. Think, statement, think gorgeous. These are made for you.

Made with love in Brisbane, Australia, wrapped in tissue and posted with the utmost care in reused packaging.

Due to the nature of the materials used, tiny imperfections may be present in the surface of the acrylic. These will not affect wearability of the piece and are not generally noticeable. I only allow pieces that I would wear myself to go out into the world. You’ll always receive a lovely piece of art.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR BROOCH

Please keep in a clean, dry place away from other items that may scratch or harm you beautiful piece. Contact with creams, perfumes, oils and moisturisers etc will effect the longevity of glues and the lustre of metals.

Do not wear in water and be aware that some pieces are delicate and will break if they are dropped or bent.

 

 

About Zoë

Hello! I was hoping you'd drop by!

I am an artist, designer and creative curiosity who goes weak at the knees over all kinds of visual delights. I have a penchant for beautifully bound journals and can't stop making my own artist books with my treasured long-arm stapler and all kinds of papery surfaces.

I love chocolate, wandering aimlessly through the kinds of food shops that are packed wall-to-wall with unfathomable ingredients to dishes I will never cook (though I'll have a crack at eating most things); and singing loudly in my car, imagining a life as a backing singer for some kind of rad rock band in the 80s (but in reality, my range and tone are more reminiscent of a kids' watercolour set).

I currently live in Brisbane, Australia with my husband and kids and a very bad cat called Monty. No really, he's a total bastard (scuse language).

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