A shelf filled with Baum bracelets (left) and leftover resin from color tests and past production runs. “We thought to keep them for reference, but it doesn’t really make sense, because we use so little dye to produce each color batch that we can't really write down the formulas to reproduce them,” says Deddens. The black-and-white wooden blocks hanging on either side are the aforementioned necklaces that can be arranged in a block to resemble miniature linoleum-tiled flooring — a private detail only the wearer would know.
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A shelf filled with Baum bracelets (left) and leftover resin from color tests and past production runs. “We thought to keep them for reference, but it doesn’t really make sense, because we use so little dye to produce each color batch that we can't really write down the formulas to reproduce them,” says Deddens. The black-and-white wooden blocks hanging on either side are the aforementioned necklaces that can be arranged in a block to resemble miniature linoleum-tiled flooring — a private detail only the wearer would know.