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Eyeball jewelry
image When I first saw this I thought it had to be a hoax, because it reminded me of the Floral Sculpture Clinic. But this appears to be legitimate. Dutch surgeons have figured out a way to implant small decorative pieces of jewelry in people's eyes. Here's a link to the Clinic where you can get this done.
Categories: Body Manipulation
Posted by The Curator on Wed Apr 07, 2004
Comments (3)
this seems to be true, bbc reports
Posted by jana  in  prague  on  Thu Apr 08, 2004  at  07:59 PM
There IS a real implant procedure (called subdermal implants) somewhat like the "floral sculpture clinic" but its implant grade steel jewlery. I have seen horns on forheads, an ankh implanted into the back of a hand, a row of steel balls up the backs of a mans arms (looks like a spine!)
and many others.
Steve Haworth has pioneered this form of Body Modification/Art, and remains the leader in development.

Posted by heidi banks  in  Fairbanks Alaksa  on  Mon Apr 12, 2004  at  09:14 PM
Just wait 'til the impressionable 10 year old girls start wanting this done to them...
Posted by Umaro  in  LUE  on  Mon May 03, 2004  at  05:28 PM
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