Pulp Speech Bubble Brooch - Hey You
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Nail the 90s nostalgia aesthetic with our Pulp Speech Bubble Brooch - Hey You! Laser cut in glossy recycled white acrylic, this easy-to-wear collectable is etched and hand inked with our favourite lyrics from Pulp's song, Joyriders. Pair with a beaten up leather jacket, statement spectacles and sensible shoes for Jarvis-meets-geography teacher cool. Designed in East London and handmade in Kent, UK.
♲ 100% of this piece is made from recycled acrylic
Collection: Tatty Devine x Pulp
Keep water, perfume and other sprays and lotions away from your jewellery, as moisture can discolour metal parts. Always store and transport your jewellery in its box. For more information visit our dedicated Jewellery Care & Repair page.
Wear it with
Celebrating the return of 90s legends and ready to headline your jewellery collection: Tatty Devine X Pulp is here! In the words of Jarvis Cocker: "You no longer have to open your mouth to make a statement. We will do it for you. It’s our pleasure..."
Designed in collaboration with our Co-Founder’s faves, we’re taking on the merch stand at Pulp’s reunion tour this summer with the must-have jewellery for music lovers.
I'm made with Recycled Acrylic
Spot the difference: on average, every month 22% of the jewellery winging its way to you is made with Recycled Acrylic but you might not even notice it. Our long-lasting Recycled Acrylic looks and feels brand new, but is made from 100% recycled raw materials. The result? Less waste and a lower carbon footprint.
Pulp Speech Bubble Brooch - Hey You reviews
- Angela L.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars2 days agoTeeny
It’s very cute, but smaller than I thought it would beWas this helpful?
- David W.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 4 out of 5 stars6 days agoMisshapes
The broach is very cool but also really small. The pin is very fiddly and broke on my first use! Tatty Devine kindly replaced it for me however so all was not lost.Was this helpful?