Spain’s Iratxe Maruri proves that not all Easter eggs are alike. Hers are dotted, pale and smiling as they stand up straight on their bases.
Then she shows us how to make a low tech, high fashion statement using only small round balls of polymer flattened, layered on a dome and accented with paint. She works in a playful and charming way.
Iratxe has a second shop full of polymer sea creatures. See the full scope of her miniatures and other work on Facebook, Flickr, Tumblr and her web site.
Wow! Thank you so much for featuring my work! 🙂
These little eggs are fantastic! They have such character and personality, reminds me of Eustace, from Courage the Cowardly Dog cartoon:)
Randee M Ketzel ,
These are fantastic–there is something irresistible about this shape–and here is a new Easter tutorial by Lucy Strunkova to go with them–http://www.atelierlucy.cz/2014/04/velikonocni-polymerove-vajickoeaster.html