Artist Amanda Louise Spayd, whose work you can sometimes find at Rivet in the Short North, says her soaps are "clever, witty, strange and sometimes a little extreme." Just take the bars with fake teeth in them.

Artist Amanda Louise Spayd, whose work you can sometimes find at Rivet in the Short North, says her soaps are "clever, witty, strange and sometimes a little extreme." Just take the bars with fake teeth in them.

"People really seem to love the ones that tell a sort of story," Spayd says, such as the Jurassic Amber, which looks like fossilized resin with an insect trapped inside, or Radium, a scented soap that glows in the dark.