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Collection: bio : arthropods
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Fragments of crickets, grasshoppers or locusts scattered around.
While modern civilisation is a lot more sanitised than bronze age society, it remains impractical to eliminate all unwanted organisms from organically originating products. Some critters always creep in. So there are legally permissible levels of contaminants in foodstuffs. What you actually get will depend on the nature of the crop and its location - for harvesting, storage and processing. It might be bugs, beetles, weevils or rodents.
This design contains fragments of crickets, grasshoppers or locusts scattered around, ready to contaminate your food. Currently displaying a version in bright greens. Other colours, stylings, sizes and orientations are available on request and you can even ask for a combination of several designs together.
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I used to have that game of assemble the plastic bug- it was called 'Cootie'. MUCH cuter than the crickets I googled on pest control sites. :^)
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Ah, but you should only be eating a legally constrained maximum of bug pieces that way - unlike however many of them manage to fly or crawl at you during the day or while you sleep ... ;-)
So amazing that you managed to make a balanced and pleasing design out of bug parts! Although I am trying not to be alarmed by the news that I am eating bug parts every day, I do appreciate your forthrightness!
I was led to believe that almost no-one bothered to click through to contest entries. ;-)
well, the fabric is cute but I definitely regret reading the description!
My younger brother particularly hated being ambushed by spiders with not enough legs - because he reckoned it meant the remaining legs were around somewhere waiting to drop on him later.
Hhaha... What's worse than biting into a doughnut and finding a cricket?
... Finding half a cricket :)
This would make a great snack pouch or lunch bag :)
Ha- too good!
No actual bugs were harmed in the making of this entry. Though I do have to suspect that some of my many reference books were based on pinned specimens or dissections. The living critters do tend to move a bit too quickly to be sketched in detail.
morbid and funny and well done :)
Chuckle. You have made me MORE terrified of bugs but I remember as a kid tearing up bugs... this fabric is every experimental child's dream.
That would be the commercial version of the original Beetle game - which was the mainstay of fundraising "Beetle Drives".
It reminds me of a toy which several kids I babysat for had, where you had some sort of bug and you had to roll dice to get a bug body, head, legs and antennae and then assemble your plastic bug from your parts....
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