Friday, May 27, 2011

Friday Finds, Human Anatomy Style: Brain Necklaces

A year ago, I held a human brain at Bodies...The Exhibition in New York City. My own mind won't soon forget that experience - being face to face with what we look like beneath our skin is really quite bizarre!

Today I examined Etsy for handmade items depicting the most important and intriguing organ of the human body. Wear one of these unique necklaces and you'll prove that two brains are better than one.

Brain Necklaces on Etsy
1. Stamped Brain Square Pendant Necklace by Pet Zombie Creations

2. Zombie Food - Brain Organ Sterling Silver Necklace by Markhed Design

3. Zombie Brain Silver Locket Necklace by Cosmic Firefly

4. Neuro Necklace (Grey Brain Matter) by Beat Black


  1. Thanks, now I have "Brains" by Voltaire stuck in my head, and it doesn't go well with the sitar music playing on my stereo ;)

  2. I've wanted to go see the Bodies exhibit for a long time. It just seems like it would be fascinating to see! My favorite of these is the zombie brain locket necklace ~ what a conversation starter!

  3. wow...holding a brain??? that is cool! and kind of gross!

  4. The neuropsychology nerd in me LOVES this!

  5. Thank you so much for including my stamped pendant!

  6. That's awesome! I have always been a little bit of wimp when it comes to real anatomy, but I LOVE anatomy when it comes to making jewelry! Thanks for including my zombie food necklace!

  7. Some gross but great finds! :)

  8. o rad! I love being able to be a part of this collection and how the picture links to all the other brains creations on etsy. <3 thank you!!

  9. These are very interesting pieces. I can see why they captured your attention.

    Bella Vida by Letty

  10. These are so awesome!! Wow...thanks for sharing.

    Stumbled you!
    Thanks for linking up.
    Kristin :)

  11. Cool necklaces! Stumbled this:)


  12. Hi - this reminds me of the "bodies" exhibit that went through Omaha a couple years ago. I so wanted to see it but didn't want to pay the money to see it. Cool!

    Thanks for stumbling me - I'll stumble you back!

    Tina "The Book Lady"


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