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

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