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New prints: ar nouveau and baroque, geology and crystals
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    This print collection is based on the two key elements: baroque style with its typical elements, and color or, more precisely, a color combination that is not spontaneous in each print. Certainly, a highly important role in these images plays an unusual texture. As for the figurative component, it’s dynamic and sensual: on the first print, this is a girl image; on...

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9 presentations with original prints
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Here you can download 9 presentations with original prints and collections for textile, fabrics or wallpaper. Black cat-inspired Inspired by Tool music geometric print and Spring Flowers print Urban Stories (Heimtextil Trends) Uncertainty Of Consciousness Emotional Cats Kid’s train Animal pop art portraits Holidays Funny Dogs Thank you all for attention to my work. I appreciate any feedback you may...

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Monotype on dense silk fabric
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Very small theoretical part. Monotype was born a long time ago (in 17th century). This print’s brother was born presumably by an Italian artist and graver Giovanni Castiglione. In theory, this technique is quite simple, like many other art ones as well. A person daring to try it should manually paint the image on any smooth surface (a glass, for example), and then, transfer...

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Original overprint backpacks
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These backpacks were done for the contest on designbyhumans.com, but, unfortunatelly, were not included in backpack collection. Inspite of this fact, I love them and I’m really unhappy because they will never be...

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“Uncertainty of consciousness” collection of prints
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    In modern world of huge diverse flow of constantly improving and degrading information, the abstract shapes are especially relevant. It’s like the boiling mountain river where you can’t see anything concrete but fleeting images. Uncertainty caused by variability of external and inner worlds is perfectly fits into the appropriate symbolism. And this uncertain symbolism makes you stop, peer and think about. The...

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