Finn Stone is crazy (in the most positive meaning of this word) and innovative artist with Irish parentage. He studied ceramics at Preston and Middlesex University, but he creates masterpieces from everything, using every available technique.
His website reads:
“Having created a diverse range of renowned design products, Finn has molded his love of eccentricity into the realm of sculpture art, where his practice is governed both by his flamboyance and his overzealous imagination.
Epoxy most important uses are the circuit printed boards.
What is the relation between the circuit printed boards and the art?
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