North Spiritby Lex Zooz
Size: 40 x 40 cm
Everything you need to create a masterpiece:
This kit, composed of 32 color diamond drills: 3 AB diamonds, and 29 solid color diamond drills.
One of the most captivating wonders of nature. Lex Zooz is able to capture beauty in a poetic way. Telling a story of the prince of the woods and his dreams painted by the dancing lights in the sky.
Poured Glue Canvas that Sticks
Only True Experts Swear by Those
Our canvas is covered in poured glue. It will always stick. You'll never have any bubbles and your diamonds will never fall. That's the only way your art will continue to look stunning FOREVER!
Diamonds that sparkle like fireworks
Get Your Shades Ready!
There is nothing more satisfying than seeing your masterpiece glisten when the sun hits the shiny colored diamonds! We make it satisfying with extra sparkly diamonds harvested from the stars!
One? No, Two Applicators!
We know the excitement and urge to see the finished diamond painting assoon as possible, so we include another applicator that can pick up more colored diamonds at once!
Tweezers and Tray
Quality Tools 🎨
A tray and a pair of tweezers to keep your workstation organized and your masterpiece error free!
Never run out!
This is a diamond painter's worst nightmare: “Running out of gum before the masterpiece is finished”. Fear not, we have two gum pads ready for you to use! You can also save it for later as an extra for your next diamond painting
About The Artist
From Estonia Haapsalu town. Born, lives and works there. Working as an urban mural freelancer, illustrator and designer of various projects. Have participated in many exhibitions and international projects. Murals and artworks are presented in Sweden (Uppsala, Stockholm), Norway (Bergen), Estonia(Tallinn, Tartu, Haapsalu, Saaremaa), Malta(Saint Julian), Lebanon(Byblos), USA (Austin).Lex Zooz statement – “I am most inspired by various natural phenomena, as well as changes in weather conditions in nature such as the northern lights, dawn, sunset, fog, rain...Therefore, I often turn to topics with trees, with the sea, stones and rocks, where these states can be seen.”