Yesterday I mixed one part wheat flour with four parts hot water, packed some prints and went out on my mothers bike. This morning I went out with my camera on the same bike and this is the result.
the act of exposing.
the fact or state of being exposed.
disclosure, as of something private or secret
This painting was just uploaded at STAMP Magazine online. You can find it at http://www.stampmagazineonline.com/community/
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I just sold a complete “Breaking Silence” series (seven prints) and it makes me happy to see them travelling together. Each of the prints has a specific message but when they are together one will hopefully catch the full storyline, can you see it?
Massive respect to the Par...Read more
detail of Bling-Bling, 2011
Thousands of words say as much as one picture as long as you´re not a self diagnosed dyslexic. Here are some teasers from my upcoming project. I really don’t know where I am going with this thing but I enjoying every single letter when I´m working it. Let’s focus on the detail until I have ...Read more
My parents always told me and my brother that we could become whatever we want as long as we didn’t become professional printers. But I loved our little workshop, climbing among paper shelves, stealing stationary and drinking instant chocolate on the way back from school. Even though I never promised not to become a printer, (I had my fingers crossed) I have been dreaming about my own little printing playground and that might be the reason why I continue with my rubber prints. This one is my latest print from the Breaking...Read more
I have to keep breaking the silence. This one is in progress and will be available for limited prints on Shan paper in the coming days. This piece of rubber print is titled Breaking Silence VII (Port1212side) for obvious reason.
My wheat paste posters didn’t last more than 8 hours in Leh, Ladakh. Therefore, I decided to take it to a higher level, sticking it on the highest motor able road in the world at Khardongla pass about 18380 ft above you.
Usually I sketch in my mind and only fractions of my ideas are scribbled down on paper.
I thought it would be interesting to share these fractions/ideas and how they have been processed into final paintings. Sometimes I make several sketches with different color swatches but in most cases the one and only sketch (like the ones below) is the only evidence that I have put in some thoughts to what I am doing.
46 th Street (Beta version) sketch became
Untitled sketch became
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