Łódź-based Polish artist Przemek Krawczynski uses the popular calabashes to create pieces that are both lamps and works of art. It all started in 2009 when he discovered this African fruit and decided to make the first lamp to decorate his own room. And, what started as a simple hobby, ended up becoming a pleasurable and profitable business.
I am an autodidact. My aim is constant progress in my work, excitation of pushing the envelope, the evolution of my imagination and creativity, and the improvement of my skills. My biggest inspirations are fractal art, geometry, and all types of geometrical, harmonious patterns and constructions. In my projects, I look for harmony and cohesion. I enjoy complicated, varied, and composite patterns; nothing about their arrangement is random. I don’t look for inspiration in any substances that change consciousness. I value the sobriety of my mind in creative work.Przemek Krawczynski