Binkin’s new fashions

When we looked at Israel’s Lesya Binkin a while back (here), she was creating pendants made of multilayers of liquid polymer, metal leaf and embedded items.

In her most recent work, she transfers laser prints of her densely patterned illustrations (she started out as a fashion designer) to polymer, embellishing them with layers of sparkle and a glossy coat. This wise use of her illustrations gives her a new line for the season.


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  • reply Merrie ,

    I love her work I wish I there was a tutorial. It is so awesome.

    • reply Linda ,

      These are lovely. I’m totally inept at using liquid pc to create depth or adding color to it. Even Donna Kato’s site doesn’t provide clear instructions. Any help from anyone? thanks.

      Linda Brunson

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