Aske and the art of plywood

Russian graphic artist Aske created a series of striking plywood artworks for a recent Moscow show

Russian graphic artist Aske created a series of striking plywood artworks for a recent Moscow show

Aske starts with a sheet of plywood onto which he transposes his drawings

The individual pieces are then cut out

re-assembled

and painted in acrylics

before being mounted

This latest series of pieces was shown at the Faces&Laces Street Culture Show in Moscow earler this month.

See more of Aske’s work here

  • http://www.jportch.com Jamie portch

    These are stunning! It reminds me of the krypton factor.

  • Andrew

    I wood buy one… (and that’s no ply).

  • http://createfreethinking.blogspot.com/ Billy

    Great craftsmanship, love to have one of these hanging on my wall!

  • Jamie

    Yes, they fit straight into one of the shops from Spitafields Market – next to a stenciled poster of Scarface.

  • http://www.seamlessmedia.co.uk/news Rob

    Reminds me of fuzzy felt and I like fuzzy felt.

  • http://www.badini.com/ badinicreateam

    natural modern

  • zuko

    These are great

  • http://cargocollective.com/iancaulkett Ian C

    I feel they look more interesting without being painted

  • http://www.twitter.com/schdesign sara scharaf

    simply great

  • http://yo-hello.com James Nelson

    fuck me — these are amazing.

  • laurie

    these are incredible, great detail

  • http://maggiemiller-handpainted.com maggie miller

    This is just wonderful work.

  • andy
  • http://www.integraphix.com Chicago Creative Agency

    This is gorgeous and makes me want to break out the balsa wood and saw! Awesome

  • http://sistemas.martinvaresio.com.ar sistemas

    Slick footage, concept driven, touch of humour, entertainment value in USS

  • http://nburmandesign.com Suffolk Graphic Designer

    Beautiful stuff. I like the idea of using balsa as you can just use a knife to cut it.
    Different woods would have different looks too.
    Beautiful ideas.

  • http://www.roulettesecretsuncovered.co.uk Martin Lewis

    I would love to see some of these on my walls.

  • http://www.oddmosis.net Kira

    Very cool idea, I love seeing new techniques like this!