Maria Jeglinksa ‘Drawn Objects’
Polish Industrial Designer Maria Jeglinska‘s ‘Drawn Objects’ are an artistic exercise in the dialogue between the 2D and the 3D. Personifying the object through its accompanying pattern, they are robust modern day objet d’art.
Jeglinska talks about her need to continuously draw, filling pages of sketchbooks with the same form until the style of the drawing owns its vision. She compares herself to a musician, constantly practicing and exploring to create visual melodies. ‘Drawn Objects’ with their bold primary colours and saturated pinks are pure pop. Things of beauty in their minimalist crafted form, their decorative skins embellish their visual pulling power.
This is a woman on a creative trajectory. Having being awarded the IKEA foundation scholarship upon graduation she was fortunate to work with the likes of Konstantin Grcic and Galerie Kreo. She started her own practice, Office for Design & Research, in 2010, and is the co-founder of EESTT (Eastern European Study Think Tank).