Another brickd’n’painted style.
This is a stand alone piece which allows flexibility in the arrangement.
Shown at the recent Urban Sculptures Exhibition @ Pretty Portal.
A friend requested me to do a new version of Hello, my name is…
Padberg meets Cole Session [image credit to M. Padberg]
Paint edit_flipside rmx
And here is the fresh Jungle Boogie version alongside the A’maze’ing flipside remix
A redesign of a creation from 2010.
Now with more accuracy, details and functions:
I was invited to be part of the group exhibition ‘URBAN SCULPTURES‘ @ Pretty Portal – Urban Art Gallery over the last weeks.
Some fresh stuff from me, which is heavy on the Graffiti|StreetArt|BrickArt side, was and is currently still on display.
Thanks to widewalls for the coverage of the show.
Another robot adaption from Ghost in the Shell. This one is from the Arise series. The original is called a Logicoma, which derives from Logistics Conveyer Machine. The challenge was to make the robot minifig size, while being able to fully retract as seen on screen.
I have a full gallery of breakdown shots if you are interested. Shoot me a mail for details.
‘The fire eating through layers, the core unveils it’s content. Trapped in the eternal play between macro- and micro cosmoses.’
This is a retake, improving the quality and adding some more atmosphere.
Plastic bricks & acrylic paint
2011 / 2016
This is stand alone piece as well an entity of something larger, eventually.
Off the Wall
3.6 x 4.9 x 4.8 cm, interlocked
The stand-alone-piece consists of two perfectly interlocking sides. The two elements have many different arranging possibilities. There is also a version with barbed wire added.
There is a conceptual idea beyond the stand-alone-pieces. That is creating an installation consisting of 16 same ‘Off the Wall’ pieces while each one being individual as well as being part of a larger picture… Head over to the Kickstarter campaign to find out more.