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    Perhaps there should be a special thread about images, crafts, historical stuff that can be inspirational or were inspirational for someone. Sometimes good ideas become better when their source is commented by more than one person...

  • #2
    salut alex Faci niste lucuri foarte faine.Esti bravo.Imi place pasarea good luck for future and hope to hear from soon.I suggest you to attach some pix here too.It is a pity that you posted only link and no pictures
    My site



    • #3
      Thanks for appreciating I will put photos and links when I arrive at 25 posts (the rules, you know)


      • #4
        Alex, did you make the pieces in your signature link? They are very beautiful, and unusual - I love them!
        Cathy xx
        I don't have a short attention span, I ... Ooh look, there's a chicken!


        • #5
          Yes, its me and me only
          And I am upgrading fast


          • #6
            Soon be there - can't wait to see some more of your work
            Cathy xx
            I don't have a short attention span, I ... Ooh look, there's a chicken!


            • #7
              Wow those pieces are exquisite and so unique!

              I too, am looking forward to seeing more of your work.

              x x
              "Buffys Charms" my lil ol' Blog

              Buffys Charms Website


              • #8
                I am trying to do better with carving, I just finished several works and I am looking forward to make photos. It's just my fight with a super-busy schedule Thanks for appreciating to you all


                • #9
                  I will start with what is inspirational for me by bringing a tribute to famous Greek jeweller Ilias Lalaounis. I saw a couple of months ago the exhibition called "tribute to magnificence" in Bucharest and it is really a tremendous experience. Lalaounis called for his subjects sources the history and sciences themselves. He crafted jewellery reminding the whole of the human history, the delicate shapes of biology, from copies of animals and plants to jewels which remind cell shapes and star signs. I attach some of his works, you can find more by searching the net although he is still less known than he diserves.

                  exquisite filigree work, "Herakles knot", ancient greek style


                  rosa canina cast&gilded silver

                  Trojan reminiscences: "Ilion" collection

                  ibex necklace, persian style

                  a bee with honeycomb

                  Last edited by alex_amarfei; 16-09-2008, 10:59 PM.


                  • #10

                    True collection of masterpieces. In spite of being top class, some provide very good ideas that are not so hard to put in practice.