Celluloid is an early plastic. Like many early plastics, celluloid was created as an inexpensive and sustainable alternative to ivory. So a lot of early celluloid items also imitated the work of existing… Continue reading
All hung up on an Art Deco pendant.
An ode to vintage plastics.
I spend too many hours looking at street style look books. A lot of street style bloggers are attracted to accessories — especially stacks and stacks of bracelets and bangles. So I though… Continue reading
Let’s recap. Many early (pre-1930s) plastics were created in attempt to create cheaper versions of ivory (or tortoise shell or jet, in the case of gutta percha). Celluloid — a derivative of cellulose and… Continue reading