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    Within the last year several projects came along for which I created screen print designs, respectively. Those I like the most are presented here… Read More
    Within the last year several projects came along for which I created screen print designs, respectively. Those I like the most are presented here. Read Less
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Within the last year, several projects came along for which I created screen print designs, respectively. Those I like the most I would like to represent here.

First, there is the “Danse la Poutine” illustration originated due to a meanwhile regular cooperation with Le Cartel Clothing in Montreal. This design is special to me because it covers a very popular delicacy in Canada – well, which myself loved to eat when I was in Montreal last year. Good memories!

And, this was actually the time one of the other designs emerged, in summer 2016. I contributed to an art exhibition at the Osheaga Festival in Montreal that was related to the musicians performing there. I was fortunate enough to dedicate myself to the creation of an illustration about Cypress Hill. Just “insane”!

A strong connection to music is also given with the last print. This illustration I did for the social art release of Milky Chance's album “Blossom”, initiated by Millerntor Gallery in spring 2017. Together with other artists we created a series of individual artwork inspired by the LP. And finally, their disposal directly supported the work of Viva con Agua de Sankt Pauli in Ethiopia. Happy to have been part of this great project!

Enjoy!! :)

Danse la Poutine | Le Cartel | Montreal


Cypress Hill | Osheaga | Montreal


Milky Chance | Millerntor Gallery | Hamburg



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