Lex Pott – Swirl Circle
Swirl Circle Brass Artwork #43
These artworks play with the iconic technique of metal swirls and engine turned surfaces.
By using a computer controlled machine the lines can be formed into any silhouette creating depth and an optical illusion of movement. The traditional technique was the starting point for a more contemporary experiment to change the appearance of metal into a new aesthetic.
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.
Post Modern features a growing collection of affordable, postcard sized artworks, created by well–known artists and designers. These collector’s items have been made exclusively for Post Modern.
Often artists and designers produce bigger, pricier works. Post Modern challenges them to tell their ‘story’ on a small scale. Herewith a collection of handmade, one of a kind, affordable artworks by leading, contemporary makers is accessible for a broader audience.
Size: 14,8 × 10,5 cm
Technique: CNC Swirl / Engine turned
Care: Signed and numbered artwork (2018 / #43)
• Do not touch the brass sheet with your bare hands to prevent oxidation
• Do not use liquid copper/brass polish
• Use dry copper polishing cloth
1 in stock