During the Second World War, the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland had been the scene of large-scale fighting Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. During the war in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland has been found a huge amount of anti-ship naval mines. Estonian artist Mati Karmin decided with the help of modern art to perpetuate these scars of war. Of old mines found and fished for a long time, it creates exclusive pieces of furniture from wood stoves to chandeliers.
1. Point of coastal services, or already stored in the warehouses of old military forces counter-personnel mines, analyzed and acted Mati Karmin. And as a result of the creative artist’s thoughts – a variety of furniture items.
2. Here’s an example – a favorite child Mati Karmin, an unusual round fireplace. Is a futuristic product you are: in the middle of the hall – the old naval mine.
3. Another cute mine – a fireplace. In such Minky will be pleased to keep warm during long winter evenings.
4. Desk of old rusty minutes in style, steam-punk. Imagine, you go to the head, and he sits at the table so …
5. Well, that was a complete set of furniture, Mati Karmin is created and the original chair.
6. A chandelier is such an unusual design is impressive and life-affirming look at what some lobby group or a hotel.
7. Fireplace from mines of Estonian artist Mati Karmin.
8. Exclusive glass coffee table.
9. He is the same, but from a different angle.
10. Mati Karmin recently started collecting old cast iron irons. Probably decided to create something new and man-made.