Tag Archives: sculpture and mixed media

Mobius inspired 3d logo/ leaf sculpture

Leaf scuplture

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.

Bronze sculptures

Bronze sculptures – cast using traditional wax&bronze casting techniques, inspired by Hieronimus Bosh art.

3d collages

I’ve made this during my first year in a Fine Arts Academy. To finish course (basic digital photo manipulation) we had to take photo of an existing object and turn it into something way different from what it was. First piece is (or was :) ) how Triumphal Arc in Paris  in future after all that CO2 emission turned to be a bad thing after all… I named second picture “Glory of pyramids” and it was an exercise to get more familiar with transform tool and blend modes in Photoshop.  On last piece I had fun creating graffiti effect on a photo of Igor Mitoraj’s sculpture.


Handmade oval paper lampshade

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This is another take on turning old lamp into something special. I had this wooden lamp for some time, but its modern, mass-produced lampshade didn’t go well with it. So I’ve cut some thick, linen textured paper and painted watercolour … Continue reading


Handmade modern lampshade design

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Handmade lampshade 1. Natural linen canvas, wool and plexi. About 30×45 cm. I’ve made it all by hand, working time was something like a a week, including designing process. I used some sort of flexible, transparent plexiglass for base material.  … Continue reading