We see over and over again that resin has become the material mostly representing 21st-century design. "Hair Highway" is the name of a series of objects by Swine Studio, co-founded by Japanese architect Azusa Murakami and British artist Alexander Groves. All pieces in this collection are made of a composite combining hair with natural resin, evoking such traditional and diminishing natural resources as tortoiseshell, horns, and exotic hardwoods. The forms are inspired by French and Chinese Art Deco of the 30s. For the cabinets below, they used foamed aluminum; all is represented by Pearl Lam Galleries.