M.I.S.S. has posted in the past about WrecordsByMonkey and the company’s one-of-a-kind bracelets and accessories made from reclaimed vinyl records. The brains behind the brand, Patrick Chirico and Brian Farrell, are serving up another collection of their hand made work, this time inspired by Native American art and design.
“The Native American Collection was inspired by WrecordsByMonkey’s respect for culture and heritage of their country. The bracelets reflect WBM’s interpretation of traditional Native American design. The pieces encompass traditional as well as contemporary design, with imagery ranging from warrior scenes, totem poles, and artisan creations. The bracelets use designs from Pacific Northwest, Sioux, Tsimshian, Kwakiutl, Mimbres, Hopi, Acoma, and Laguna tribes.”
The collection consists of cuffs for $25 and bands for $15, each available in four different designs with a brown/black or green/cream color scheme. They’re available now in WBM’s online shop, where you can also find more of WBM”s fresh and original pieces.
Read the full story to see more pieces from the collection.
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