OpticAnomalies

Incredible, hideous things!

Boston, Massachusetts 119 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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OpticAnomalies

Incredible, hideous things!

Boston, Massachusetts | 119 Sales

OpticAnomalies is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner I'll be reopening soon! (End of December/early January.) I have to do a LOT of housekeeping because Etsy has changed a bunch since I was last active here, but after that's done I have some new eyeball pendants.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 16, 2019

I'll be reopening soon! (End of December/early January.) I have to do a LOT of housekeeping because Etsy has changed a bunch since I was last active here, but after that's done I have some new eyeball pendants.

Jey Barnes

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Jey Barnes

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Shop policies

Last updated on April 14, 2011
If you are here then it probably means you like strange things, which probably means that you are cool and have a killer hairstyle, and maybe also super powers. Have a look around--and don't mind the exoskeletons! I'm a self-taught artist who's been crafting polymer clay eyeballs for about four years now and I take great pride in my work. It often takes several hours of detailing per eyeball to assure that they are as realistic and awesome as possible. These are high-quality little babies. I also draw things! Sometimes those things are for sale, too!
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Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
If you're unhappy with something you've bought, talk to me about it and we'll see what we can do to make us both happy.
Payment
I take payment through Paypal. Please pay within a week of ordering if you don't want the item to go back up for sale in my shop!
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Shipping
I ship from my local USPS office and I am serious about getting things sent as soon as possible--which usually means 2-5 days after purchase. Eyeballs are mailed in small, padded envelopes, and ACEOs are sent in paper envelopes with cardboard inside to protect them from damage. I'm considering a switch to homemade/recycled envelopes; I'll be sure to make an announcement if and when I do. Let me know if you'd like something shipped to a giftee's address and I will make it happen.
Additional policies and FAQs
Questions? Marriage proposals? Convo me!