Share Story Clay pop art by alexandra bruel French art director and illustratoralexandra bruelengages the familiar childhood novelty of plasticine as her medium to imagine pop art props for advertising applications. bruel issues her clay creations to a range of disciplines including animation, textile design, photography, sculpture and illustration. her creative process includes rolling, folding, and cuting the malleable material into a mixed collection of objects, shapes, and typographic forms. https://vimeo.com/57487896
In stop-motion claymation, created in collaboration with film director eric beaupre, the 3-dimensional plasticine forms become active moving figures. the quirky short film, which was created for a new year’s greeting, is based on the marx ernst quotation ‘art is a child’s play’ and illustrates those five words.
Bruel’s set design work for british vogue magazine included warhol-influenced popular icons made from her signature clay substance. colorful campbell’s cans, psyc…
There Colorful Polymer Clay Creatures Are Created By Alisa Laryushkina
The tricky part is, you won't believe that there colorful birds, fishes, foxes and other animals are made from polymer clay. Your first guess may be quilled paper or fabric.
The fact is, they are really made of polymer clay. Alisa Laryushkina, also being known as Liskaflower, has used a special technique to create nature-inspired crafts as well as wearable arts, including brooches, necklaces, earrings and many more.
Alisa was born in a snowy town called Langepas, and now lives in Moscow, Russia. She loves warm climate, with views of coconut trees, the coconuts themselves and also other colorful objects. There are what inspired her to produce bright and colourful handicraft designs. Her favorite materials are air dried polymer clay, colorful paints and a variety of beads.