Sometimes, if I find it interesting, I take on commissions of customers who want something special. I did some remakes of previous designs, but also new works inspired by for instance other artists or based on personal wishes. If you are interested in a possible commission, don’t hesitate to contact me.
One of the first commissions I did, were requested to be inspired by two works by Ray Caesar. The first one is called ‘Sleeping by day’, the customer specifically wanted me to do something with the hanging upside down and the ‘Batman’ mask:
A swing standing on its own would be very difficult to produce in 3D print, so I came up with the idea to put a girl in a cage. This piece was called ‘Girlcage’ and I think, although it is clearly inspired by the piece by Ray Caesar, it is original enough to stand on its own. The idea of a ‘vampire girl’ I translated into a girl that has just finished eating (a man?) and nibbling on a bone:
The second piece was inspired on ‘Wallflowers study above’, also by Ray Caesar:
And this is what I came up with. I really like the chair and the three textured boys hiding underneath:
A third big commission I was asked to do a present for “the god-father of pop surrealism” Mark Ryden. The piece of about one meters high had to consist of a portrait of a young Mr. Ryden, surrounded by characters featured in his paintings: