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Cyberpunk Headpieces

By: on April 28, 2015
$116.43
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OK Google...uh, I mean...here are a bunch of cyberpunk headpieces to suit futuristic cosplay ventures and desires to wear an ornate conversation piece on your face. Artist and designer Dominic Elvin takes his inspiration from science, technology, and both past and present cultural trends to produce this collection of handmade slip-on jewelry from a time--or galaxy--far, far away.

The cyberpunk headpieces are made from materials including acrylic, steel, and epoxy clay. They all come with a pair of LED systems for optional illumination as static white light or color-changing RGB. Elvin also notes his designs are easy and comfortable to wear and should not inhibit vision.

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