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Dominykas Gutauskas’s Playful Assemblages

Dominykas Gutauskas creates playful assemblages in which he cobbles together bits of mismatched, hand-painted wood into whimsical characters. Like 1950s imaginings of futuristic robots, Gutauskas's pieces resemble analog machines that predate modern technology. His work is abstract yet humorous and filled with visual puzzles. Take a look at his recent work below.


Dominykas Gutauskas creates playful assemblages in which he cobbles together bits of mismatched, hand-painted wood into whimsical characters. Like 1950s imaginings of futuristic robots, Gutauskas’s pieces resemble analog machines that predate modern technology. His work is abstract yet humorous and filled with visual puzzles. Take a look at his recent work below.

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