Srđan Tunić

art historian, freelance curator, cultural manager and researcher

starchild’s crafts

Since I was a child, I have enjoyed making stuff – sculptures, drawings, miniature models, among other. On this page, you can find few examples of past and ongoing crafts. For more, visit my Instagram, FB page, or check the post about how the last handmade creative stage started.


2017 – today: new beginning (Starchild’s Crafts)

From September 2017, I finally got back to the handmade world. I am mostly inspired by popular culture (comics, films, games, music, etc)*, sci-fi and fantasy, but also the world in small and nature. See my draft portfolio here. Currently working on a series of insects, but also accepting custom orders and always up for trying something new 🙂

Materials: polymer clay (Fimo, Sculpey, and Beolin), assemblages, and acrylic colors.

What I make: jewelry (brooches, earrings, necklaces, rings, and medallions), magnets, key chain pendants, pet tags, miniatures & figurines.

Motifs so far: dragons, insects, movie and book characters, anime characters, miniature foods, etc.

*fanart, not official.



Mini food:

Insects & nature:

Anime & Japan:


Pop culture characters:

Christmas tree decorations:

Medas & Wabbits:

Special orders:

Science fiction stuff:



2011 – 2013: bedžobroševi (badge-o-brooches)

Brooches made from Das clay (air dry), painted with enamel colors. Mostly custom-made for friends and family.


Around 2000/01: miniatures / models.

Inspired by plastic replica kits, decided to make my own models as miniature rooms. Material: balsa (and other) wood, scraps, lime, and tempera paint.


Before and around 2000: high school, elementary school.


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