eL Seed  -  "I am alive, like you"


* eL Seed's "I am alive, like you" Wood and Resin Sculpture is highly exceptional and meaningful for us. When he contacted us to collaborate on this project's wood and epoxy resin and told us the name of this sculpture "I am alive, like you", everything changed because it was a very worthy calling for us.


Every artist has their own story as eL Seed's, but there was a good omen for us, like rising from ashes, in his story. After a serious health issue, losing everything that you thought you needed to live and to be happy; necessities to change the lifestyle that you got used to; confronting enormous challenges during the recovery process on physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual levels... That was our story until we noticed that working with wood and epoxy resin is our recovery, adaptation, and resiliency. "I am alive, like you" just reminded us that we are really alive and grateful for what we are doing.  


From the bottom of our hearts, thank you, eL Seed. It such a great pleasure spending time with you, sharing the excitement and experience of the project. Thank you for your continued support and encouragement. We are honored to be able to call you not only a friend and but also a brother. 


P.S: In this project, more than 4 liters resin, hundreds of glue sticks, and plastic pieces for resin templates, hundreds of sanding papers were used. All in all, during this 4-month project, we worked more than 500 hours with love, patience, and passion at El Seed's Studio in Al Serkal Avenue, Dubai.


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'Dancing in the Desert' by AlUla


Our wood and resin sculpture "Dancing in the Desert" is inspired by one of the distinguished rock formations known as the dancing rocks observed in AlUla's desert landscape and exhibited as one of the art pieces of Safar Collection at AlUla International Airport, Saudi Arabia.


"Safar" is a major new collection of 64 artworks by 24 artists at AlUla International Airport, directed by RCU (Royal Commission for AlUla) and facilitated by Capsule Arts, presenting works by international artists.


As artists and designers, we were thrilled since it was a great opportunity to define and interpret different perspectives of AlUla, by touching our own individual and creative approaches. From aesthetic rock formations to immense desert valleys, the sand storms to sand-swept dunes, there are tons of different elements in AlUla's Landscape that stimulate not only artists' senses but also visitors' interests during their experience.


All formations and movements in AlUla's nature are converted into abstract sculptural forms in this wood and resin art piece. Such as the rebirth of Module A in Module B; 15 wooden pieces which were the remains of Module A's holes, came together with translucent black resin and created module B.


All sharper resin edges were directly inspired by the actual Dancing Rocks, the resin flow representing the desert valley, and the wooden pieces serve as random rocks in the desert valley. The perfect match of the hand carvings on both Modules enables various distinctive luminous light and shadow effects from different perspectives.

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This 140x105 cm piece is designed to show the different techniques

and variety of woods and resin that we used, besides the

magnificent adventure of woodworking.

'Tafakkur- The Contemplation'


The UAE changes the lives of millions for the better and more beautiful just like ours. We are proud to unveil our latest work of art. This ‘Dubai Skyline Reflections from Nidanin Perspective’ project is designed to show our gratitude, appreciation, and thankfulness to this country as wood and resin artists.

While life is going on at full speed, we sometimes miss things around us. There is not enough time to stop and think or to be lost in contemplation. Therefore, we named this project ‘Tafakkur - The Contemplation.’ We want to show something else beyond all glorious, massive, futuristic, new buildings; just want to encourage people to let go of their busy minds and hectic life by checking out tiny details of this city's skyline. 

The interpretation of Dubai’s iconic buildings was completed in 2 months. In this project, numerous techniques from carving to charring were used with resin and 10 different wood types such as American walnut, acacia, Turkish olive wood, mahogany, mango, teak wood, and so on.
Moreover, the deserts of the UAE are symbolized by the real desert sand on the base. If you look carefully at it, you can see ‘The 7 Lines’ UAE logo at the bottom. 

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"The Coral Band" and

"Sea Ghost" Collection


Our new collections "The Coral Band" and "Sea Ghost" are just released.

These art pieces' corals and shells were hand-picked from various beautiful UAE beaches such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah...

Once you want to combine two completely different natural mediums like Coral and Wood using resin, it takes long hours of fine craftsmanship and years of experience. However, the outcome is worth all the hard work.

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'73-Piece Coffee Table'


Sometimes you do not plan to do a piece, but the wood scraps and leftovers push your imagination to create something unexpectedly.. 


At the end of a big acacia wall sculpture project, these 73 off-cut acacia wood pieces came together with white resin to design another unique piece.


This 60 cm diameter 73-Piece Wood and Resin Cofffee Table has beech wood legs with brass touches.

Olive Wood and Resin Table Lamp


The evolution of 600-year-old olive wood in table lamp.


The ‘Waad Lamp’ is our own iconic olive wood and resin table lamp design created in 2016 when we found those old&cracked six olive wood pieces combined with black resin.


Over the years the design has been continued with new found old&cracked olive wood logs. We are so proud that since 2016 we've sent these unique design lamps all over the world such as Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Malaysia, USA and so on.

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Ghaf Wood Table Lamp Set


The Ghaf Wood Table Lamp set is a collaboration with Khawla Al Balooshi, the interior designer and alumna of Tashkeel's Tanween Design Programme.


In this collaborative work the treated Ghaf wood*, which was developed during the 2021 Tanween design programme by Khawla Al Balooshi, is reinterpreted using epoxy resin and some carving techniques by Nidanin.


This Ghaf Table Lamp set is being exhibited at Made in Tashkeel 2022 Group Exhibition.


Treated Ghaf Wood, beech wood base, epoxy resin, LED lights, wax finished, and hand carving...

Piece 1: Base: 19×14 cm, Height: 34.5 cm

Piece 2: Base: 19×14 cm, Height: 29.5 cm


*The Ghaf is the national protected tree of the UAE as it is a historic and cultural symbol of stability and peace in the UAE's desert environment.

Only Dubai Municipality and some licensed companies provide waste or fallen ghaf.


On Sale at Made in Tashkeel 2022 Group Exhibition - For the Exhibition Catalogue and Pricelist click here.

‘Wood and Resin Satellite Trophy’ for Mubadala


This ‘Wood and Resin Satellite Trophy’ is designed for Mubadala, one of our distinguished clients in Abu Dhabi.


This trophy is inspired by the satellite concept of Yahsat Listing on ADX using cubism style and made with handcrafted specialist wood pieces and glamorous resin details.


Our honor and happiness in this project are evaluated not only in the quality of the art piece that we designed and made but also in the unique personal artistic touches that we conveyed to the recipients..

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'The Cube Collection'


This wood and resin cubic sculpture with one of the common Emirates patterns inspired by the traditional vernacular architecture of the United Arab Emirates. This pattern is sourced from decorative gypsum elements, often found above the doors of traditional houses that still remain in historical areas of Dubai such as Al Fahidi and Al Shindagha.


The pattern was designed using various type of woods (American walnut and bamboo) which represent the variety of the community in this country. The bold color of epoxy resin, pink, present modernity and vivacity of the UAE.


Hand carved mahogany wooden cube is displayed on the oak wooden stand which was carved and burnt using Yakisugi technique. HxWxD: 35 x 25 x 25 cm

Exhibited at Made in Tashkeel 2022 Group Exhibition - Catalogue 

This sculpture is the second piece of 'The Cube Collection'.

The rest of the collection will be coming soon..

Coral & Wood Sculpture with Golden Resin


Dead dry corals from Sharjah beach and African dabema wood dictated what we might do with them when we started working on the project.


We were being led by the natural shape of the corals and the unique texture of the wood while the golden epoxy resin helped us put them together flawlessly.

Height 29 cm   Base 9 x 13,5 cm. 

Exhibited at Made in Tashkeel 2022 Group Exhibition - Catalogue 

For commissions, collaborations or available pieces, please contact us