Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Hedi Xandt imagines impressive sculptures. Mixing styles and materials with talent, the artist invites us to discover his dark and intense universe.


    [I believe in diversity. Coming from a creative family composed of painters, illustrators, draughtsmen and writers as well as skilled craftsmen, I grew up in an environment of creativity and tools. So, ever since the age of I-don’t-know-how-old-I-was-back-then, I have a strong affection not only towards creating artwork, but also a deep interest in the technologies that are used in the process. What started out as doodling as a child, moved over to painting great canvases as a teenager and became a serious love affair with all things digital. As a professional graphic designer, having concluded my studies of communications design in early 2013, I find it particularly difficult to categorize myself. Even though I am trying hard to find a definition of my work here on this very website, I think that the main and most important aspects of my work are creativity and concept. Being permanently on the experimental side of thinking and creating, I seek to add to my skills with every piece I begin. Learning-By-Doing, this awfully overused term, applies to me just as well as Doing-By-Learning. The unison of knowledge and skill provides me with inspiration and a broad foundation to be used as a starting point for any kind of project. I see myself neither as a graphic designer, nor an artist, writer or whatever. I’m a creative person, creativity is my Power Unlimited.]

    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


    Skullptures by Hedi Xandt



    Hedi Xandt

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Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Hedi Xandt imagines impressive sculptures. Mixing styles and materials with talent, the artist invites us to discover his dark and intense universe.


[I believe in diversity. Coming from a creative family composed of painters, illustrators, draughtsmen and writers as well as skilled craftsmen, I grew up in an environment of creativity and tools. So, ever since the age of I-don’t-know-how-old-I-was-back-then, I have a strong affection not only towards creating artwork, but also a deep interest in the technologies that are used in the process. What started out as doodling as a child, moved over to painting great canvases as a teenager and became a serious love affair with all things digital. As a professional graphic designer, having concluded my studies of communications design in early 2013, I find it particularly difficult to categorize myself. Even though I am trying hard to find a definition of my work here on this very website, I think that the main and most important aspects of my work are creativity and concept. Being permanently on the experimental side of thinking and creating, I seek to add to my skills with every piece I begin. Learning-By-Doing, this awfully overused term, applies to me just as well as Doing-By-Learning. The unison of knowledge and skill provides me with inspiration and a broad foundation to be used as a starting point for any kind of project. I see myself neither as a graphic designer, nor an artist, writer or whatever. I’m a creative person, creativity is my Power Unlimited.]

Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt


Skullptures by Hedi Xandt



Hedi Xandt

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