A self-confessed ‘science geek’, Berkeley-based artist Mario Wagner is ahead of the times with his futuristic illustrations that pop with colour and surrealism. He started out creating black and white graphic novels, but ‘his narrative style soon demanded a different medium’ after visiting an Andy Warhol exhibition in Berlin, where he ‘fell for the bold […]
These photos by Jan Erik Waider are chilling and moody. Featuring what appears to be an abandoned US Navy plane, the series takes us inside and outside the plane as it sits alone in a black and white wasteland somewhere in Iceland.
These gorgeous photorealist paintings by Moki deserve a second look. And then a third and fourth. The Berlin-based artist specializes in camouflaging people into breathtaking, northern landscapes. Rugged mountains, untouched rivers and the like have human elements cleverly woven into each image. My favorite is the mountain range. It took a moment to recognize the […]
German artist Olaf Hajek’s work will be featured in a solo show at Berlin’s exclusive Werft 2 project space on November 10. The exhibition will include a combination of new work, as well as others from worldwide exhibitions, including his recent show in South Africa.
German artist Nik Nowak, who makes awesome installations and sculptures that incorporate amplified sound and kinetic/mechanical elements, created this awesome mobile sound system with tank treads provocatively entitled Panzer.
What do you get when you take a giant helium-filled sphere, some sticks of charcoal, and a small white room? Well, as this installation by German artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski shows, you end up with a seriously cool piece of art. Visitors are encouraged to push the sphere around the room, as the sticks of charcoal […]
Yes, indeed they’re real horse and goat hooves! German artist Iris Schieferstein specialises in creating very flamboyant boots and shoes made from a combination of deceased animal parts and other materials.
Francien Krieg is a German artist currently living in Den Haag. Her works are a celebration of the human body in all its forms. In a both ethereal and grotesque way, she likes to question and ridicule the common beauty image in society, with motifs such as obese or aged bodies, observed from unusual perspectives.
German artist and programmer Florian Kuhlmann designs spectacular, symmetrical collages that overflow with innumerable objects, intricate details and vivid gradients. Sometimes it can take Kuhlmann several months to make one single collage.