Lex Pott – Dyptich #32
Dyptich Wood Artwork #57
The patterns are created by covering parts of the objects with rubber stickers during the sandblasting process. You can see the life of the tree in the wood: good summers give a wide annual ring, harsh winters a thin one. By sandblasting you blow away the soft rings of summer, leaving a wide gap.
Designer Lex Pott (1985) employs a raw and intuitive method. In his work, he returns to the origin of the materials he uses most: wood, stone and metal. He does not hide his designs under indirect layers, but reduces them to their very essence.
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Size: 14,8 × 10,5 cm
Material: Wood, Douglas Fir
Technique: Sand blasting
Care: Signed and numbered artwork (2017 / #32)
Please note: wood colours can vary from picture due to natural product
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