Diamond-Encrusted Takashi Murakami-Inspired Fidget Spinner Created

Posted on June 21, 2017

Diamond encrusted Takashi Murakami Fidget Spinner
This diamond-encrusted fidget spinner is inspired by the famous Takashi Murakami flower design. It was made by jewelry Ben Baller and branding company Upscale Vandal. It is yet another spinner that reminds of the SNL skit.

High Snobiety reports that the spinner was made using "18k rose gold, 18k white gold, VVS diamonds, pink sapphires, rubies, precious gemstones, and canary diamonds." It is on an 18k gold chain so it can be worn like a necklace.

The fidget spinner was made for Colombian reggae artist J. Balvin who notes on Instagram that he "just a big kid, with nice toys." Nice toys, indeed.

This is a one-of-a-kind so you be able to get one. You can see the spinner in action below. There's another post here with two of them spinning as necklaces.

Image: J. Balvin
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