Gore Lord Pt. 4

Part four of our collaboration series

When we arrived at the Aeromigos Jam we expected a huge collabo wall with many artists. So it was with the little difference that my mate Niklas and me hat a 7meter high wall and mostly just a ladder and just a day time. Therefore we used the night and painted until dawn and short after continued.

The spirit of the Jam was great, positive vibrations with many other great artists. Much respect to the Aeromigos boys for organizing and inviting us!

Work-in-Progress

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Gore Lordz Pt.3

Gib Kette!

Character by my mate LOD

 

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Gore Lordz Pt.2

More grimy mischief with my mate NPR who painted the character

credits to Todd McFarlane for inspiration

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Gore Lordz Pt.1

Venomous wild lines!

Character by NPR

Gallery

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Painted electric boxes

Some fresh paintings I’ve done recently.

The beach seat was a commission, while the other two were part of a larger project. The project ‘Unter Strom – Hans-Böckler-Platz meets Street Art’ was a admission free workshop whereas the participants painted 13 of those boxes. The leading topic was to depict characteristics of any kind of the City Mülheim/Ruhr.

The abstract thing started with the ground plan of the site where the ensemble of painted boxes are located.

The eyes with the cat toilet alongside the quote are a reference to a well-known comedian coming from that city.

Gallery

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the broken One

Breaking bricks on a broken board

Spraypaint and Acrylic marker on board, 2018

 

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Transformacan

Transforming from/to Graffiti, Urban Art and Brick Art

Stand-alone transformation!

The spray can, the icon of the Graffiti and Street Art movement being rebuilt with plastic bricks. In a second step making some decent photos of the built spray can, serving as a blueprint for spray painting the motive on the wall, completing the cycle. Painted at the Meeting Of Styles 2017 in Wiesbaden.

And the stencil version:

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As seen in the streets pt.1.1

More street art shizzness

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Colours in the Streets again

This summer seems to be more dedicated to the liquid plastic rather than the bricks.

Here a commissioned work on a transformer in Muelheim a.d.Ruhr. The Art Museum asked for adaption(s) of original art work from their collection reinterpreted with the spraycan. At the location I had a chat with the owner of the shop in the background asking for his preference since he has to see it every day.

The motives are adaptions of

  • ‘Orangene Kuh’ by Franz Marc
  • ‘Der Schwimmer’ by Verso
  • ‘Coke’ by Ha Schult

 

 

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