Gallery: “Made in the Dark” Scented Jewelry Helps Blind Artisans Earn a Li...

"By combining different aromas with colored beads, a relationship between color and scent can be developed which gives craftspeople the opportunity to discover and control color in their work," wrote Jon Fraser, Hal Watts, and Ruby Steel in their project report. "By initializing the craft in local NGOs, we hope to develop an artform that will be free to grow and evolve throughout the blind community."

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2 Responses to ““Made in the Dark” Scented Jewelry Helps Blind Artisans Earn a Living”

  1. Khushbu Dublish says:

    Made in the Dark Designers:

    Khushbu Dublish and Deepen Toppo from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad (INDIA)
    Ruby Steel, Hal Watts and Jon Fraser from Royal College of Art, London (UK)

  2. britt says:

    Hello

    A friend of mine is blind and when I told her about ‘scent-beading’, she asked me where she can buy the scented beads.

    Are those beads available and if they are, where can I buy them?

    Thank you for your reaction.

    Greetings from Belgium

    Britt

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