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TASHA ORO

Upcycled sculpture 4 SUPREMATIC OBJECTS

Upcycled sculpture 4 SUPREMATIC OBJECTS

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Elevate your decor with our exquisite Suprematic Objects – sculptural vases and candle holders that blur the lines between art and utility. These versatile pieces are not just artistic treasures but also serve as captivating table setting elements.

Dimensions: H = 500-550mm
Weight: 1.5 kg

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TASHA ORO's creative vision breathes new life into upcycled vintage ceramics, porcelain tableware, and components sourced from household appliances and the Soviet-era automobile industry. Each element is expertly interconnected using metal channels and cold welding techniques, resulting in remarkable works of functional art.

Suprematic Objects pay tribute to the innovative and audacious spirit of the early 20th-century Suprematism movement. At the heart of this series is the motif of the rag doll, a cherished Ukrainian symbol merging tradition with playful functionality. These geometric marvels carry within them the silent echoes of ancestral figures, reanimated to grace your living spaces.

Experience the unique blend of history, modernity, and artistic ingenuity with Suprematic Objects – functional sculptures that transcend time and bring heritage to the forefront of contemporary design.

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  • BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO - UKRAINIAN PRODUCT DESIGN

    BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO

      My creative method is upcycling. I firmly believe that in our overly saturated world, recycling is the most ethical and potentially creative way to produce art. In my work,...

    BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO

      My creative method is upcycling. I firmly believe that in our overly saturated world, recycling is the most ethical and potentially creative way to produce art. In my work,...