Robin Hood Shooting into Nottingham Castle

Robin Hood

The mould was made from natural slate for the British Flat Figure Society.The engraving is based on the artwork "Robin Hood Shooting into Nottingham Castle" by the English illustrator and caricaturist John Millar Watts, who's famous primarily for his historical comics that were published in various magazines in the 1950's.


Story about Vladimir Nuzhdin by Sergey Belykh

Engraving, graving, molding – all these forms of creation are one of the most ancient directions of the artistic culture. If to go deeper, in ancient times those crafts represented not only the art itself but sheer practical work too. Take money as an example: at the break of dawn coins were eliquated in stone forms and the type was engraved. What about famous relieves of Ancient Assyria?