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    Liesbet Bussche - Belgian designer & street artist Liesbeth Bussche adds glamour to Amsterdam streets by replicating jewelery pieces from industrial items found around town such as these post earrings made of concrete balls

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    LIESBET BUSSCHE-BE- urban jewelry – urban concrete ball earring " is a street artist who wants to add a bit of class, and proper jewelry accents, to all that ugly junk hanging around the city streets. She adds her whimsical touches, like earring backs, half heart pendants and glowing chains, to the stuff on the side of the road, and the city gains about a hundred style points overnight " at!qnuPF

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