Artist: Črtomir Just
Country: Murska Sobota, Slovenia

I walk into the room dripping, in gold. Dripping in gold! “(Crave You” by Flight Facilities)

No one can deny the Rose Gold trend we are currently experiencing is booming, and it shows no signs of slowing down any time soon, unexpectedly however, it has now been applied to Gummy Bears and Ice Creams thanks to our next designer.

Hailing from Slovenia, this digital artist has endeavored to take the ordinary and everyday, and add a touch of luxury resulting in some incredible beautiful images. While most would agree that Coffee in of itself is a beverage fit for royalty and a necessity in life, the artist has given it the royal treatment so it is now quite literally pouring liquid gold. I’m sure these will add a touch of class to your day.

“…the world is obsessed with everything that’s golden” – The Artist

Using a combination of 3D Studio Max and Zbrush, the artist is able to make it appear like these items were in fact made of pure gold. His work drew enough attention that they pieces were printed, framed and displayed as an exhibit in a Gallery in Ljubljana called Plac 33/45.

“Since the world is obsessed with everything that’s golden, I decided to make a fun 3D series that takes the popular “gold” naming for a spin and tries to depict these products literally or how they would look like, if they were truly made out of gold. These were printed in 70 x 100 cm sizes, framed and exhibited at a club gallery Plac 33/45 in Ljubljana. The invitation was also made as a render of a product, you can guess which one if you scroll through the end 🙂 Tools used: 3DS Max, Zbrush, Vray.”

– About the project.

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Check Out portfolio over at Behance.

Founder & Editor in Chief @ Enzpired | Representing the magazines more traditional art movements, Timothy's primary focus is within classical fine art, particularly the Dutch Golden Age and Impressionism. With a penchant for dapper suits and the english language, striking a balance somewhere between The Great Gatsby and Oscar Wilde.