I told you in the previous post that I started creating three series of small art objects of about 10 x 10 x 10 cm. My goal is to offer my numerous fans from around the world the possibility to buy an artwork handmade by the artist for a very friendly price (considering the many hours invested).
The picture shows me in my studio surrounded by dozens of small wooden parts (in total there are nearly 350 items!) that will compose these small archtitectural art objects, the Archi-Minis. For the moment I decided to go for three series of 15 objects each. In order to complicate things a little bit more there maybe, inside each serie, different color combinations.
Work is progressing well, I finished painting and I'm now applying two layers of varnish to protect the artworks. If everything goes as planned I should be able to present you the first Archi-Minis at the end of September (2017).
During the varnishing job I'm brainstorming about the sales price of the Archi-Minis, the distribution channels and I'm also wondering if wouldn't be a good idea to make a very special offer to those who have subscribed to my newsletter. In the meantime here is another simulated image of Archi-Mini 1.
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In order to make my art affordable for more people I decided to create series of small art objects (10 x 10 cm with a height of less than 10 cm - 10 cm equals almost 4 inches).
These art objects will be very architectural and some of them will be available in different color combinations.
I already found a name for these art objects: The Archi-Minis. I will create them myself from A to Z and they will carry my signature and the BlonK logo burned into the wood.
At the moment that I write this article I already finished creating three Archi-Minis in wood and I just started the painting process (by hand) of the first model. If everything goes as planned I should be able to present you the first Archi-Mini at the end of September (2017).
As you see I haven't run out of ideas yet, that would be a nightmare for any artist!