These Aske Plywood Mosaics Make the Color Pop Off the Canvas

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: sicksystems.ru & thisiscolossal
These Aske Plywood Mosaics are a part of the famous graphic artist's personal project entitled 'SickSystems.' The plywood mosaics are a three-dimensional modern graffiti form and literally make the color pop off the canvas.

This series of plywood graphic art from the Moscow based designer debuted in the Russian Faces & Laces Street Culture Show earlier this month and was a massive hit. According to Creative Review, "Aske starts with a sheet of plywood onto which he transposes his drawings, the individual pieces are then cut out, re-assembled and and painted in acrylics before being mounted."

Aske is an artist whose talents expand to a variety of artforms including graphic design, typography and modern graphics. In addition to creating digital artworks, he enjoys using canvases and art objects made out of plywood. What he loves best is to combine working on a computer with handwork.

The multi-talented and versatile artist lives by the motto: "Move forward and enjoy what you do." This statement rings true in all of his work with the diligence, detail and passion with which it is completed. Stats for 3D Graffiti Artwork Trending: Older & Warm
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