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Weather Ware

As a meteorologist, I see inspiration in weather all the time. Often I check weather maps to get a feel for the conditions on a large scale. On these maps are reports from countless observing stations, and if any weather is happening, at or near the station, a symbol representing the observed condition is placed on the map. Some time ago, I had the idea to make these weather symbols into something a bit more artistic. After trying out some ideas on 2D graphics programs, I decided the concept was viable and began designing them in 3D. Thus, Weather Ware was born. Each pendant represents a particular weather condition. So you can wear one to match the day's weather, or show off your forecasting skill by wearing tomorrow's weather. Or perhaps you just want to wear the weather you wish was happening, the choice is yours.


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