Mud wall sculptures

Mud sculpture by Tom Mober

wow. forget wallpaper (which I love.) Had to feature this work when I read it on design snitch.

Beautiful mud sculptural on a large wall with bird and branches by Tom Mober

Beautiful mud sculptural on a large wall with bird and branches by Tom Mober

Get a wall scupture made from MUD by Tom Moberg! I think of myself a pretty decent artist: H can recognise the stuff I draw on her butcher’s paper. But never could I create these!

Stairwell wall with mud scupture about branches by Tom Mober

Stairwell wall with mud scupture about branches by Tom Mober

Beautiful cherry blossom branch in mud sculpture by Tom Mober

Beautiful cherry blossom branch in mud sculpture by Tom Mober

It’s so beautiful. I’d spend thousands on this before wallpaper any day. And this’ll definitely sell a house!

Mud sculpture of a tree on a pale blue wall by Tom Mober

Mud sculpture of a tree on a pale blue wall by Tom Mober

I wonder how easy it would be to clean these beauties. I wonder if water will harm the mud.

8 April 2008

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11 Comments

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    Honey

    16 July 2011

    oh.my.Honey

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    drey

    18 July 2011

    hi honey, thanks for visiting, yes… it certainly is "oh my"!!!!!!

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    Anonymous

    23 December 2012

    Amazing! It is beautiful!

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    cherte

    20 January 2013

    Wow! I love it!

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    Anonymous

    24 January 2013

    This is ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS.My daughter has a wall like this and has been wondering what to dowith it. I think we may have justfound the solution. LOVE IT>

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    drey

    24 January 2013

    i'm so glad you found something inspiring for your daughter's room! do comment here again with a link to the completed wall!

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    Anonymous

    24 January 2013

    So, how can I do this … step by step.Thank you!

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    drey

    24 January 2013

    hi thanks again for visiting me. but i cannot tell you how to create this as i wasn't the artist and would only be guessing. Tom Moberg created this and the link is in my blog post above. sorry!

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    Anonymous

    9 February 2013

    Hi Drey This is beautiful!, do you think Ican create something similar using real tree branches.

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    Gryphon

    1 May 2014

    you seal the mud by using Paint just like you do on dry wall, here they used a white paint which adds a nice contrast with the tan wall behind it. Also there is a stiffener that you use with the mud so that it doesn’t slump, and holds details better. These are time intensive to make, but very versatile to the personality of the owner, and home. I think this particular artist, does really well with the use of sharing/balancing the space.

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      dreyatbijoukaleidoscope

      6 May 2014

      Thanks. One day I might have a wall I can stick some mud and stiffener to. Also, I’ll have to learn how to mold and sculpt flowers and leaves. Have you done anything similar??

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