2016-326 – Frank Zappa Belt Buckle Mandala

Frank Zappa Belt Buckle by 100Mics.net
Frank Zappa Belt Buckle by 100Mics.net

This week’s MotD theme: Buckle Up

Well here’s an intriguing belt buckle created by artisans Jessica Lee and Matthew Rohrbaugh, of 100Mics.net in Portland, Oregon of Frank Zappa‘s iconic image. I love all the different textures they created in this piece: from the smoothness of his face and hands to the linear texture of the hair and clothes.

Frank Zappa
Source: Urban Milwaukee

About this buckle they states:

This 2 1/2 ” round buckle is cast in solid white brass. It has a 3D feel to it as the stencil inspired design is done from a relief wax carving which allows for all the detail Frank Zappa face to stand out. The buckle feels smooth and solid and is very well built.  …

Time and attention to detail have gone into this buckle. We hope you enjoy our tribute to Frank Zappa and his love of music, which is the bond that ties us all together!

View more of their unique belt buckles via their online gallery.

Inspiration for Today

On the back of this buckle, Jessica and Matthew cast one of their favorite Zappa quotes which also makes for a great inspiration for today:

“A mind is like a parachute, it doesn’t work if it is not open.”
– Frank Zappa

Happy Coloring!

If you would want your mandala or your idea for a mandala to be considered for the “Mandala of the Day”, read about how on the Participate page. It’s easy! Or recommend one you’veseen http://www.100mics.net/limited-edition-buckles/via my Contact page.

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