Ok, after featuring something a little less tangible yesterday - here’s something utterly real and solid and available suggested by the ever-so-wonderful Chloe in Bird’s Yard…
2 inch long black acrylic spikes, hanging from chunky silver-plated chain. I feel I shouldn’t need to say this, but just in case - these spikes, while not ‘razor-pointy’, are unsuitable for younger children.Measures 16” long, and is designed to be worn as a choker, or as a bracelet by double wrapping the chain.Available for £30 at Life’s Big Canvas, First Floor of Bird’s Yard on Kirkgate

Ok, after featuring something a little less tangible yesterday - here’s something utterly real and solid and available suggested by the ever-so-wonderful Chloe in Bird’s Yard…

2 inch long black acrylic spikes, hanging from chunky silver-plated chain. 

I feel I shouldn’t need to say this, but just in case - these spikes, while not ‘razor-pointy’, are unsuitable for younger children.

Measures 16” long, and is designed to be worn as a choker, or as a bracelet by double wrapping the chain.

Available for £30 at Life’s Big Canvas, First Floor of Bird’s Yard on Kirkgate

Upwardly immobile is a small photobook (or zine) produced by photographic imagemaker, Jon Eland (also author of this blog) made up of images captured using the mobile phone app, Instagram, during his lunchtime and inspired by Leeds International Artist’s book fair.
The booklet is 8 pages and is presented within a frosted CD case. It is available locally at Leeds Gallery, Munro House and Test Space in the Corn Exchange.
Read more.

Upwardly immobile is a small photobook (or zine) produced by photographic imagemaker, Jon Eland (also author of this blog) made up of images captured using the mobile phone app, Instagram, during his lunchtime and inspired by Leeds International Artist’s book fair.

The booklet is 8 pages and is presented within a frosted CD case. It is available locally at Leeds Gallery, Munro House and Test Space in the Corn Exchange.

Read more.

Ok, after featuring something a little less tangible yesterday - here’s something utterly real and solid and available suggested by the ever-so-wonderful Chloe in Bird’s Yard…
2 inch long black acrylic spikes, hanging from chunky silver-plated chain. I feel I shouldn’t need to say this, but just in case - these spikes, while not ‘razor-pointy’, are unsuitable for younger children.Measures 16” long, and is designed to be worn as a choker, or as a bracelet by double wrapping the chain.Available for £30 at Life’s Big Canvas, First Floor of Bird’s Yard on Kirkgate

Ok, after featuring something a little less tangible yesterday - here’s something utterly real and solid and available suggested by the ever-so-wonderful Chloe in Bird’s Yard…

2 inch long black acrylic spikes, hanging from chunky silver-plated chain. 

I feel I shouldn’t need to say this, but just in case - these spikes, while not ‘razor-pointy’, are unsuitable for younger children.

Measures 16” long, and is designed to be worn as a choker, or as a bracelet by double wrapping the chain.

Available for £30 at Life’s Big Canvas, First Floor of Bird’s Yard on Kirkgate

Upwardly immobile is a small photobook (or zine) produced by photographic imagemaker, Jon Eland (also author of this blog) made up of images captured using the mobile phone app, Instagram, during his lunchtime and inspired by Leeds International Artist’s book fair.
The booklet is 8 pages and is presented within a frosted CD case. It is available locally at Leeds Gallery, Munro House and Test Space in the Corn Exchange.
Read more.

Upwardly immobile is a small photobook (or zine) produced by photographic imagemaker, Jon Eland (also author of this blog) made up of images captured using the mobile phone app, Instagram, during his lunchtime and inspired by Leeds International Artist’s book fair.

The booklet is 8 pages and is presented within a frosted CD case. It is available locally at Leeds Gallery, Munro House and Test Space in the Corn Exchange.

Read more.

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