Mirek Struzik

Dandelions in Nice

Designed for Cap3000 "Bubble Forest" and "Dandelions" installations were created as a result of inspiration with delicate natural plant forms, and were executed in extremely hard and weather-resistant material — acid-resistant stainless steel.

"Dandelions" is an installation directly inspired by the sophisticated design of dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) occurring in nature. The concept of this work was preceded by a meticulous analysis of the structure of dandelion seedhead, which in a somewhat simplified form was then transposed to the macro scale. As a result, the delicate floral pattern took on a completely new — half futuristic, half fairy tale — context.

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Abmessungen : 7.2 cm x 3 cm x 3 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Gewicht : 500 kg
Jahr : 2019
Material : Metall, Installation, Licht, Stahl
Stil : abstrakt, symbolistisch, poetisch, monumental, modern

Mirek Struzik

Mirek Struzik graduated from Fine Arts Academy of Wroclaw in Poland as a Master of Fine Arts. He creates mainly sculptures in public areas. In 2005 he received Sugarman Foundation Award (USA). In 2020 he was selected as one of 25 Creative Revolutionaries by CODAworx and given the Platinum A' Design Award in Arts by A' Design Award & Competition – both for his Bubble Forest sculpture.

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