ORNATE TEAT BROOCH - FEED THE WORLD, 2005
Andrew Logan brooches are handcrafted and unique, as this visionary artist is always exploring new creative designs and often uses recycled materials. His unisex brooch pins can be a statement piece, to compliment many outfits and each brooch bears Andrew Logan’s signature. This brooch has been named 'Feed the World' and was created by Andrew Logan in 2005. He hopes this one-off, designer piece of wearable sculpture brings you joy.
This brooch is an amusingly peculiar piece, formed around a teat from a baby’s bottle. Encircling the central protrusion are a number of iridescent pieces of iridescent eggshell-like glass interspersed with four blue Swarovski crystals. Black resin holds these materials together, and this resin is liberally sprinkled in black glitter. The use of repurposed materials makes this piece quite distinctive and will add an eccentric flare to your outfit.
The brooch has an approximate diameter of 7.5 cm and the teat protrudes by around 5 cm. There is a safety pin embedded in the reverse of brooch and it weighs 49 g.