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Accessories: Terrariums from the Slug and the Squirrel

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Accessories: Terrariums from the Slug and the Squirrel

Julie Carlson March 07, 2011

Spotted on T Magazine: the work of Philadelphia-based Jose Agatep, who creates "one-of-a-kind wilderness terrariums inspired by far-away landscapes both discovered and imagined." Agatep uses found heirloom vessels (old lab beakers, vintage apothecary bottles, reclaimed milk bottles) in his creations, which are available on Etsy. For more information, go to the Slug and the Squirrel.

Above: The Al Catras Terrarium is $500 via Etsy.

Above: One-off terrariums created with vintage bottles topped with old light bulbs.

Above: A one-off terrarium featuring a found glass vessel.

Above: Self-Sustaining Terrariums; $50 each via Etsy.

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