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October 18, 2011 0

The Finders Keepers Brisbane feat. Moi

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Exciting News! On the weekend of the 5th and 6th of November, I’ll be having a stall at the Finders Keepers Arts, Crafts and Fashion markets in Brisbane. Lil will be sharing the stand with me, so if you’re in the area, come meet us there! We’ll be selling prints, accessories, postcards, t-shirts and other goods. There’ll be a kaleidoscope of cool stuff, live music and good food in and outside a beautiful Victorian building, so don’t miss it!

An interview with me for the FK website can be found here.

More infos about the Event here.

See you there!

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December 10, 2010 0

Blisters Blackout prints available online

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In case you couldn’t make it to the BLISTERS BLACKOUT show at Print Club London last week, all the prints from the show can be purchased from their website now!
Thank you, Fred, Kate, Lou, Rose and all for setting up that fantastic show!

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December 1, 2010 0

Blisters Blackout at Printclub London

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For the second time around I’ll be taking part in the BLISTERS exhibition at Print Club London.
As always the concept is simple but brilliant: 40 artists, 40 prints, 40 pounds each. This time the theme is BLACKOUT. Every poster is fitted with two ink layers, one daylight and another one glow-in-the-dark. I’m curious to find out how they’re pulling it off!
I’ll be at the opening on friday, Dec 3rd at MC Motors in Dalston, but the show runs until sunday! See you there!

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October 20, 2009 0

Illustrative 2009 Berlin

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Illustrative 2009 : Berlin : Villa Elisabeth : Invalidenstr.3 : 16.10.-01.11.2009

September 24, 2009 1

Illustrative 2009 Berlin

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I’ll be showcasing some work of mine at this year’s Illustrative Festival in Berlin.

Berlin Oct 16 – Nov 1, 2009
Opening (invitation only) Oct 15, 2009, 7pm
Villa Elisabeth, Invalidenstr. 3, 10115 Berlin
Opening hours: Every day 11am to 8pm


One of the items on display will be a totem-like installation of stacked cubes. Those are only two out of ten.

When I first went to the hardware store to have some wood cut for the cubes, a petty feud started between the clerk in the wood department and the guy in the paint and glue department. Confronted with the task of cutting me some mdf for a cube the wood guy opted for a spiral cut, with 4 sides of equal lenghts. When I went to the glue department, the clerk there, a self-described learned carpenter, dismissed the cut of the wood as questionable, himself preferring a cross-cut. He then showed me how to glue the cube using duct tape.

The next day I went to the store to get more wood. I told the wood clerk what the paint guy had said. The wood guy said that he was a student of architecture, his cut was structurally superior and anyway, a carpenter, eh, he don’t know jack, “don’t even need a high school degree for that!”.
I however somehow preferred the cross cut, as it was slightly easier to assemble (and made more sense to me), and asked the wood clerk to cut it like that each time I returned. He was friendly while doing so and all, but by the third time I went in to refill my wood supply, the clerk was gone. I haven’t seen him since.

July 16, 2009 0

New show: Bestiary

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Now at Charmingwall Gallery in NYC: Bestiary

May 9, 2009 0

Headscapes

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On monday Lil and I went to Z├╝rich to set up my solo show at the “Ziegel Oh Lac” there. It’s right next to the lake and even though it was cloudy, we could see how beautiful it must be there in summer.

There is a set with pictures from the setup, the venue and some of the paintings at our flickr. Click here.