Exhibition Tempel On until 23th of july 2015

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I have had a small exhibition at Tempel On (Selchowerstrasse 33 1249 Berlin) which is just around the corner from where I live and have my studio. It will start at the friday of '48 Stunden Neukölln.'

It will be a cosy event in a small store and I will show only a small number of works - most of them I have never shown at all, except in digital form on here or on my Instagram or tumblr.

EDIT: that expo is already over, time for a new one. It was fun.

The fluffy ornament design, or: the female tentacle monster

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female tentacle monster 1

It started with a weird fruit and it ended with the female tentacle monster. There have been weirder creation stories, like god being born from ice cream gone bad by Jeanet Winterson. Thank that being for creating crazier people than me.

I am working on an ornament for the left one. The right version can be downloaded full print size from my flickr account under a creative commons license. 

Creampie 2015-1 – Archeological dig rusted

A picture of the Creampie, a very intelligent animal that can be seen everywhere around here, but their intelligence seems to be only used for pleasure. They are not shy and are not hindered by speciesism and they always reciprocate. Ah, the fun I had with them when I was young ...

Materials: papier-mâché clay, paint, cardboard, print
Print: Lambda print
Dimensions: 60 cm * 60 cm

Neubauten 2015-1 – in Flying Ray Frame dark

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I should make more of these wild flowers, personally I do like them. And I also have a bunch of photo's I made of places where buildings are erected or demolished for that matter. More work to be done.

Materials: papier-mâché clay, paint, cardboard, print
Print: Lambda print
Dimensions: 60 cm * 75 cm

Paradise flowers – 2015-1 Archeological Dig Frame light blue

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I think it is important to sometimes just use the ornamental value of a frame. There is nothing wrong with a bunch of flowers to show your love, isn't it? I used the flowers from the tree of knowledge from my the left panel of my Paradise and Hell artwork

Materials: papier-mâché clay, paint, cardboard, print
Print: Lambda print
Dimensions: 60 cm * 60 cm