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Saturday, November 24, 2007

You may know London-based Husam El Odeh from the conceptual jewelry and accessories he's designed for Marios Schwab, Siv Stodal and Mihara Yasuhiras—i.e. sunglasses made from a plastic comb, a necklace made from magnifying lenses. Now the graduate of Berlin's Hochschule der Kuenste has returned to the art of illustration. "I've been obsessed with bodies," he tells us, "since I was a child, when I made drawings of different types of breasts—hanging, big, small, perky—that I saw in the changing room when my mum took me swimming. These images are two really cute Hoxton kids who I asked to come over to my studio." More images can be found at his new agency's website.

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