If you’re ever taking a nap on the subway and get that funny feeling that you’re being watched, you may want to glance around and make sure illustrator Nina Weber, from Berlin, is not recording your snores and residual drool. Weber’s prolific sketches of her travels around the world are a mixture of buildings, people, […]
These are a few of my new art pieces: a commissioned stool, a monster rug in industrial grey felt, and a drawing from a series of work to be seen in Berlin this spring. I will be lecturing at the Pictoplasma Festival in Berlin this upcoming April with a host of fantastic character artists.
James Francis Drinkwater is an Australian artist living and working in Berlin with his wife and fellow artist, Lottie Consalvo Drinkwater. His work ranges from oil on canvas to assemblage, and his compositions hint at a nostalgic, cubist style. Drinkwater’s body of work is a superbly executed collection, no doubt just the beginning for this […]
This fantastic walk-in installation was created by Berlin-based designer, Klaus R. Zimmermann. The installation deals with idols and anti-idols in society today: by entering the box, we can all become our own super hero or villian.
Thomas Hauser is a Berlin-based artist. I like that he’s doing this ‘classic’ theme of still-life flowers in such a romantic but rough way. In his pictures, there’s always something imperfect and awkward. Slick and perfect beauty isn’t that interesting visually. These flowers tickle my fantasy.
Chiharu Shiota is a Berlin-based Japanese artist responsible for these intricate large scale art installations. Allegedly, Shiota had woken up one day and felt as if her entire room was entwined with black thread. This became the inspiration for many of her artworks, where gallery spaces are often illed with zig-zagging thread, creating this impenetrable, sometimes gothic looking, web.