Properties & Qualities
3D Flexible Opaque Shiny
Earth colour Green
Date of creation
11cm x 7cm
Process & Production
The Beads are threaded onto the wire which is then twisted to hold the beads in the desired place. Most of the beads that are combined are second hand. The wire measures between 0,2 and 0,4 mm in thickness.
The leaves are made from lacquer and bended wire. By twisting the wire and shaping it into the desired form it creates the outline. The lacquer is applied with a paint brush or dipped into. Once applied, it spreads within the wire frame and takes about a minute to harden. To protect the delicate surface, a transparent hardener is applied on top of each leaf before they can be carefully assembled.
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Waterjet engraved glass – Spirograph
Waterjet engraved formed glass
Research & Process #2
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Woad Plant Dye on Un Mordanted Cellulose Fibres
Fabrics dyed with woad leaves
Glazing traditional Azulejo tiles
Inspiration by the local flora and to try something different with the tiles that we were given to glaze
Template Stamp Painting
Using templates to quickly make preset illustrations
Biodegradable, Weave, Undulating
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Book edge decoration.
Gold and ink on page edges