Kintsugi-Uzi

Introducing the "Kintsugi-Uzi" by Arthur Schawbel, inspired by the captivating art form of Japanese Kintsugi - the art of putting broken objects back together with gold. With his unique touch, Schawbel has created a work of art that transcends boundaries and redefines the concept of beauty.

In this exceptional creation, the demilitarized Uzi undergoes a metamorphosis, guided by the principles of Kintsugi. Schawbel's expert craftsmanship delicately highlights the fragmented receiver, transforming it into a visual symphony of resilience and healing. The fractures and mends become the focal points, celebrated as symbols of strength and the stories they hold.

The Kintsugi-Uzi fusion invites you to immerse yourself in a world where imperfections are embraced and transformed into mesmerizing elements of art. The golden seams that traverse the piece are a testament to the transformative power of acceptance and the beauty that emerges from embracing our past.

Within its sleek and minimalist acrylic encasement display or wall mounted using a minimalist French cleat, your Kintsugi-Uzi artwork becomes an engaging centerpiece, commanding attention and sparking conversations. Each viewing unravels a tapestry of intricacies, inviting contemplation on the profound interplay between destruction and creation, scars and beauty.

This piece stands as a rare gem, showcasing Schawbel's new visionary talent and his ability to blend history, art, and philosophy into a single mesmerizing creation. It serves as a potent reminder that our flaws and wounds can be sources of healing, inspiration and strength. Immerse yourself in the transformative beauty of Kintsugi embodied in this Demili-Art Uzi work. Let it ignite your spirit, urging you to embrace the brokenness in life and discover the resilience and beauty that can arise from within.

Skip to product information
1 of 2

Demili-Art

Kintsugi-Uzi

Kintsugi-Uzi

Regular price $1,675.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $1,675.00 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Introducing the "Kintsugi-uzi" by Arthur Schawbel, inspired by the captivating art form of Japanese Kintsugi - the art of putting broken objects back together with gold.

Weights & Dimensions
18.5” L x 10” H x 2” D / 46.99 x 25.4 x 5.08
6.1 lbs - 2.77 kgs

    View full details