Jewellery Greek style – concept drawings for gold necklace, ring bracelet and earring with turquoise blue stones and gold shells decoration.
Oil painting on a wood panel from old beehive. Cat on pedestal, almost :). It says it all.
This armchair was a gift for someone. I’ve made it from foam – the same type used for upholstering furniture and sewn casing from special water-proof linen covered with latex. The idea was that since in small studio there’s not that much space to start with, armchair should be as flexible as it can be. It can be unrolled to sit 6 people and so is very practical thing during parties :) If anything gets spilled on it, it’s enough to wipe it with a damp duster.
Well, that were my intentions, but when friend’s kids saw this, they decided that armchair’s not going to be a party implement, but a huge snake. Best toy ever :)
Glass and steel candle holder. Can be made on demand – please email me for details. Idea for this item was to create light & shadow patterns that would add some extra snap to a table setting. Each glass panel is sanded on the top and bottom, while edges are left crystal clear. Small tea light fits inside, and when light, creates multiple reflections within glass.
Just like the title says – it’s a concept design for working with a laptop on your lap. Design’s very customizable – armchair can be upholstered any way that fits your preferences.
Cube - dressing table with a secret
Dressing table with a secret. A very girly design – only dresser’s owner knows how to open it, because there are absolutely no locks or handles visible. You have to know the secret – where to push to start unfolding a jigsaw. Dresser contains a secret compartment, is made from a birch plywood covered with natural oak veneer and frame is modelled from brushed steel. Piece has a handy make-up mirror and 9 storage compartments.
This object is halfway between being my 3 dimensional logo and a small sculpture. Form is inspired by Mobius strip. When I started sculpting reference model from clay, I had spent some hours trying to figure out how to transform a flat, graphic symbol into 3d real world. The best way to go about, so it seemed, was to take two slightly crumpled cherry leaves and staple them together :) They served me as a model for my sculpture. Piece is handmade from red mahogany and polished to velvet smoothness. Inside I first planned to encase a piece of amber, but decided to use glass ball that was just the right colour.