Pin Drop Friday: A Week of Adventurous, Spooky and Magical Releases
This Friday feature spotlights all known new releases from the week. If you are debuting a new pin and would like it to be included in Pin Drop Friday, you can DM @for_the_share_of_flair on Instagram or email Caitlin at Caitlin.M.Foyt@gmail.com.
This week’s assortment of brand new pins include original designs by Joy Addict, A Fink and Ink, Perfect Humans, Ursa Major Supply, AmantMort Designs, Monster Posse, Poor Man Stew, Project Luna Rock and Natty Cat.
This happy sloth design comes in both orange and yellow. Made from hard enamel, the pin is 1.15” long with gold metal. It has two back rubber clutches for extra security. Now available in the artist’s Etsy store for $10.
A Fink and Ink
Please Stop Talking
Could you please just shut your mouth? This design makes a bold statement: whether you’re an introvert or have just reached your breaking point with humanity. This pin is. .75” long and comes in both black and coral. Comes with a black heart rubber clutch. Made from hard enamel and nickel.
This pin is currently available for pre-order at the Fink and Ink website and might not be shipped until early August at the latest.
Fans of the Disney game “Kingdom Hearts” will likely recognize these sweet treats as Popsicles made from Papou Fruit. According to legend, “If two people share one, their destinies become intertwined. They’ll remain a part of each other’s lives no matter what.” There are two different versions of the 1.25” pin for sale, yellow and rainbow-colored fruit. They’re available at the Perfect Humans website for $10 each.
Ursa Major Supply
Harpoons and Tow Cables
Rogue Group, use your harpoons and tow cables! Strike back against Imperial Forces with this new Star Wars design from Ursa Major Supply. This deluxe pin is made up of two separate hard enamel pieces: a 1.65” pin attached to a. .75” pin that are connected by a 3.5” chain. Polished with a black nickel metal finish. Available at the Ursa Major Supply website for $15.
Mathilda Lando, The Professional
“I am writing here the name of a girl in the class who makes me sick. If things get hot, she’ll take the heat.” Made from hard enamel, this black and white design is 1.25” x 0.87” and is equipped with two pin posts. Available for $10 at the AmantMort website.
Lost Boy Pan
This design by tattoo artist Mewo Llama is a mash-up of Disney’s Peter Pan and Keifer Sutherland’s character David from the 80s vampire cult classic “The Lost Boys.” The pin is available in the Monster Posse Etsy store for $12.
Poor Man Stew
The Crypt Keeper
Hello Boils and ghouls! “This Tales From The Crypt”-inspired pin is 2” long and made from soft enamel. When the pin goes live on the Poor Man Stew website this evening, the first 25 orders will receive a full color 3” sticker. Available for $10 at the artist’s website.
Project Luna Rock
Hunk of Junk 2.0
You’ve never seen the Millennium Falcon look quite like this before. This set of two mini lapel pins, modeled after “the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy” come in sparkly pink and purple and measure 0.75” each. Available in the Project Luna Rock Etsy Store for $10 for a limited time.
Natty Cat Pins
Magical Compact Girl, Ask Me About My Crystals, I Wish I Could Sleep Forever
Natty Cat dropped NINE new pins this week—three different designs with slight variations. Limited quantities of each design Pins are available on Natty Cat’s website.
The Magical Girl Compact lapel pins are 1.5” long and have double posts for added security – Variants are black nickel, gold, gold with glitter and gold pastel. They’re $8.50 each.
The Ask Me About My Crystals pins are 1.65” tall and also have double posts. Buyers have the option of selecting black nickel with pink enamel or gold metal with black enamel. They’re $10.50 each.
The Sleep Forever design is a collaboration between NattyCat and Christine Jarzabek. The pin is 1.75” tall and has double posts. Variants include gold metal, black nickel metal and gold with glitter. The glitter option has glitter in the pink banner and “sleep forever” bubble. The pins are $12 each.