The work of Dutch designer Sebastian Brajkovic transcends forms and historical periods, making for an original and visually striking approach that is immersed in a sense of time and space being twisted out of shape. In ‘Vanishing Point’, his first solo show at the Paris branch of the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Sebastian Brajkovic has focused on temporal linearity. His latest creations convey the concepts of growth and vanishing points. ‘Vanishing Point’ marks a significant stage in the designer’s artistic development, whose talents were first noted in 2007, immediately after his graduation from Eindhoven Design Academy, by Julien Lombrail and Loïc Le Gaillard. His graduation project ‘Lathe’, originally made from wood, stands at the crossroads between art and design. Carpenters Workshop Gallery gave him the chance to create this design in bronze. His use of the techni

Read More: Dutch designer Sebastian Brajkovic opens exhibition at Carpenters Workshop Gallery