Here's what's up at Organic Armor - Saturday, July 23, 2016:
New website in process! That means this (old) site has missing pictures and navigation issues. We are also having email delays. But it's going to be super beautiful SOON so if you can't find something, please check back in a day or two!

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Medusa: Serpentine Magic

Just finished this glorious headdress for a special, California client. Medusa has been unleashed in all her elegant fierceness. This was based on a headdress we made several years ago for a unique bride in [...]

January 17th, 2017|Categories: Custom, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Sonoran Muses: Mer-wear in Mexico

Castle of Shells headdress We are working with Emily Jones of Sonoran Muses on a wonderful photo shoot taking place right now in San Carlos, Mexico: Las Sirenas Portrait Retreat. San Carlos is [...]

The Mother of Faces

Mother of Faces, photo by Nic Adams We were contacted back in the spring by a filmmaker who was running an Indie GoGo campaign to raise funds for his project, a live-action fan-film [...]

December 8th, 2014|Categories: Custom|Tags: , , , , , |

Morrigan: Fierce & Beautiful

She's an Irish Goddess of the battlefield,  a shape shifter sometimes seen as a black feathered carrion feeder, sometimes as a beautiful lady in red. Our customer, an Australian dancer describes The Morrigan [...]

August 17th, 2013|Categories: Custom, Faerie|Tags: , , , , , |

Kali Incarnate

As promised, here are some of the shots from the photo shoot we did a few days ago with Modern Scribe Photography and Claire Dima. You can see more here.

Winter Goddess

In honor of all the snow we got over the weekend I'm reposting the Winter Goddess photos from the WinterWolf shoot last January. They are a husband and wife team based in Ohio doing wonderful [...]

December 13th, 2010|Categories: Custom, Photography, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Gifts for Burners & Freaks, pt. 4 – Calendars

We all need a calendar right? Well, maybe not anymore with all your data stored in your phone (till you drop it in a river). But they are small, cheap works of art and can [...]

DIY Halloween: Togapunk*

I've been speculating that ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian wear will be the next steampunk. The fashion pendulum usually swings between excessive detail (i.e Steampunk) and simpler, classic lines. But the ancient Mediterraneans had more than nicely draped bodies going for them in the fashion department.

Great Connects at ConCarolina

We returned last night from Charlotte, where we spent the weekend at ConCarolinas. Met some talented folks there who welcomed us warmly. It wasn't a great weekend for sales though. I think our prices were [...]