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Assemblage „Above Mediocrity”

£95.00

Assemblage is created by assembling different, found or crafted objects. It’s an art form made with 3D composure from everyday objects, useless fragments, natural structures, and other objects. Assemblage can have the form of one main object combined with different ones or from a collection of many pieces. It can be defined by a spatial collage opened for all materials and ideas of their connections. Individual elements in assemblage can be glued, tied, placed in a container, put loose or hung together. Thanks to assemblages made from the pieces, new meanings are created. The precursors of the assemblage are Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso and from the Polish artists – Wladyslaw Hasior. I invite you to read about the inspiration and process of creation “Above Mediocrity”.

Assemblage „Scatterd time”

£95.00

Assemblage is created by assembling different, found or crafted objects. It’s an art form made with 3D composure from everyday objects, useless fragments, natural structures, and other objects. Assemblage can have the form of one main object combined with different ones or from a collection of many pieces. It can be defined by a spatial collage opened for all materials and ideas of their connections. Individual elements in assemblage can be glued, tied, placed in a container, put loose or hung together. Thanks to assemblages made from the pieces, new meanings are created. The precursors of the assemblage are Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso and from the Polish artists – Wladyslaw Hasior. I invite you to read about the inspiration and process of creation “Above Mediocrity”.

Complete your collection

Craft art, which allows connecting aesthetic impressions with functionality. They are perfect for a gift, decoration, or an elegant addition to make reading “Mentalistka” more pleasant. They were made with the same pattern by Polish artists: Marzena Jedrzejczak and Magdalena Zygmunt to match the book’s cover. Simple shapes and a timeless mix of black and white make everyday objects small pieces of art and you can surround yourself with them. Give yourself this pleasure or gift it to someone close.

Cup

£27.00

Hand-painted porcelain cup with a saucer for coffee or tea. An elegant and sophisticated object will make drinking one’s favourite drink pleasant and add festivity daily—a perfect choice for the gift.

Greeting card

£15.00

Handmade greeting cards made with the scrapbooking method and the box with the same decoration theme. Universal rose pattern, minimalistic colours, left blank inside for own message. It all gives unlimited possibilities for all types of wishes. A box with a greeting card gives you the opportunity for the elegant way to gift someone with money, ticket or voucher.

Handkerchief

£25.00

A handmade wooden box for tissues will introduce an elegant atmosphere and add a sophisticated style to your surroundings. Its weight is enough to keep it settled while taking tissue out, which makes using it fast and comfortable. Thanks to the sliding bottom wall, it gives you easy access to refill. An artistic tissue holder will be useful in the living room and kitchen; it will serve as a decoration of the table in the dining room and a modern addition in the bathroom. It can also be an original gift for someone working at the desk.

Handkerchief

£25.00

A handmade wooden box for tissues will introduce an elegant atmosphere and add a sophisticated style to your surroundings. Its weight is enough to keep it settled while taking tissue out, which makes using it fast and comfortable. Thanks to the sliding bottom wall, it gives you easy access to refill. An artistic tissue holder will be useful in the living room and kitchen; it will serve as a decoration of the table in the dining room and a modern addition in the bathroom. It can also be an original gift for someone working at the desk.

Mentalistka

£9.90

The set of 22 stories about the ordinary life and not-ordinary – because it depends on in which direction our thoughts will lead us to or how we will direct them. Are we strong enough to have our own value system and to persevere in it?