Just finished another work fro Streeartmuseum Amsterdam at Kingsspray Festival curated by StreetartToday. Big Thanks to all supporters like DoubleTree Hilton-Hotel, Dutch Stigers, Montana-Cans, ClinkNoord and the beautiful people from StreetartToday that made the event possible Peter, Ilja, Niek and many more helpers- you rock!
Little doodle from my Cinema 4d live-sessions @ Grafik16/ Maaghalle/ Zurich- looking forward to meet you guys, got loads of limited edition fineartprints in the loaded...ready for some drinks with you guys!
Looking forward to tomorrows opening of Grafik16 in beautiful Zurich. Thanks to Harun and Lidia for inviting me again. I got a load of new print releases with me and look forward to see you guys there.
On Friday I'll be taking part in the "Atelier-Grafik" life silkscreen-printing session among other great artists I'm happy to meet again, like Ata Bozaci, Ona Sadkowsk, Jim Avignon, Shark etc. The Screen-prints will available for purchase and 50% of the earnings are donated for a good cause.
Saturday and Sunday I'll do some live-3D-Modeling/ Compositing and look forward to meet you and the other artists and illustrators. Bring the noise!
Big Thanks to Aymeric for writing a nice article about my work in the french Raise-Magazine. You can check the article in their online diary section
Baron-Magazine just released a little article in their "Office-Tale" series. Thanks to Leonardo! You can check it here: Baron-Magazine-Office-Tale
Superhappy to see my art on the actual Orlando Weekly cover. Big thanks to the Orlando Weekly editorial team (Richard Reep, Jessica Bryce Young, Erin Sullivan, Graham Jarrett and Robert Bartlett) for this honor and the great showreview of my actual exhibition at SnapOrlando downtown. The exhibition is up till March 26th: 420 E. Church St. Orlando, FL 32801, USA, Mo-Sat 11-4pm.
I'm happy to announce 3D-Character-workshops I'll be doing in March (5th – 11th March 2016) in Berlin, I'll do beginners (two day) class aimed at creatives, Illustrators and designers that want to dip their noses into the third dimension of creating characters and an advanced class (two days) for creatives that are familiar with 3D applications but want to pimp their organic modeling skills. Language will be English. Check details here- its still time to apply @ PICTOPLASMA.
Hi guys I wish you the best 2016 possible! May the force smile at you and may we collab again or for the first time in the next year! Over and out! CU 2016!
In spring 2016 Pictoplasma offers three different short courses to pimp your design/illustration skills.
Next to the great Genevieve Gauckler who does "Digital Collage" and Niels Hoffmann and Lucas Zanotto doing the "Game app-concept and design"-class I'll be responsible for "3D-Illustration". Depending on your 3D-skill level my course is split in "Beginner" and "Advanced" Each class is 2 days and limited to 20 participants max. (...the language will be English)
Dont worry if you never touched 3D but always wanted to dip your nose into it- the beginners class is for you. If you already know how to model your stuff the advanced course is your place. Please check details and how to apply here:
I'm really looking forward to see Berlin in March and wiggle with you guys!
Finally a little set-up video from the actual exhibtion in Munich is ready for being watched. Big thanks to Schere for cutting this one! Big thanks to Wolfgang, Stefan, Rudi, Anne und Kevin for making the exhibition possible.
Thanks for your attention and the nice feedback at the C4D-Usermeeting in Munich. I really enjoyed speaking "nerd" while being understood.
"Gaga-Bumm" 50x70cm, edition of 23, printed on 270gr matte photoluxx with love- available exclusively @ COLAB Gallery/ Weil am Rhein. The print will be released on October 17th-8pm @Carhartt WIP Store in Munich which is the Opening of my solo show @Carhartt WIP Store/ Münchner Freiheit 2/ 80802 München. Inquiries: info(at)colab-gallery.com
One contract- two devices... Thanks to Gudrun for trust and easy going on these. Looking forward to see the painted bus again! Check the other ads in my commercial work area...
My city is completely covered with the actual mediamarkt campaign. You may like otr hate it but I had the luck to illustrate some ads- thanks to my friend dennis you managed to get me in. Check the ads here...
Colab Gallery announced their Winter Groupshow "RoughCast". I had fun doing the poster....thanks to Stefan and Kevin!
Happy to announce a solo exhibition opening on October 17th//8pm @Colab Gallery x Carhartt Work In Progress Store in Munich...
I'll be there and look forward to have a good time and some drinks with you guys in Munich.
Official press text (english and german below):
Mark Gmehling, from Dortmund in Germany, is a creative multi-talent who performs masterly in various creative fields. Regardless of whether he applies digital or analog skills, his creations are easily recognized. His unmistakable, fluent style reconnects his work.
Mark Gmehling creates his art mainly using digital media. This is how he designs amazing paintings that appear to be a frozen image of an animated movie or photographic image of a porcelain statue. His current serial deals with portraits without any mimic. By using a pose only, he revitalizes them with humanity, drama and expression. Reduced to using black, white and red, he titillates through playing with light and surface structures. In contrast to this seeminly motivs will be on view in large light boxes. For Gmehling this is not about piety but more about a passion towards your own church/God. The Holy Grenade" that can be found in all three pieces of art, is a symbol for the uncomprisingness of his work, be it ordered or free art.
His digital paintings are made as if of porcelain, and appear to be immediate; inviting you to take a closer look in order to absorb all the details.
He combines his quick-wittedness and humor in his observation of our society and expresses it with a calculated precision.
Mark Gmehling started off in 1988, as a graffiti sprayer. He then studied free art, followed by a graphic design study. He has won many renowned rewards for ad campaigns and animations and is a lecturer for digital illustrations and graphic design as well as for free artists.
The Colab Gallery Team is pleased to present to you a cross section of his current work in the local exhibitional area of the Munich Carhartt W.I.P. stores.
Die Colab Gallery präsentiert Mark Gmehling
Der Dortmunder Mark Gmehling ist ein kreatives Multitalent, das sich auf vielen künstlerischen Feldern meisterlich bewegt. Unabhängig davon, ob Mark Gmehling mit digitalen oder analogen Werkzeugen arbeitet, sind seine Schöpfungen ohne Mühe wieder zu erkennen.
Es ist dieser unverkennbare, flüssige Stil der seine Arbeit verbindet.
Seine wie aus Porzellan gebrannten digitalen Gemälde wirken unmittelbar und laden gleichzeitig zu genauerem Hinschauen ein, um sämtliche Details wahrzunehmen. Dann erschliesst sich die Präzision, mit der er seine Beobachtungen über unsere Gesellschaft mit seiner Schlagfertigkeit und Humor kombiniert.
Angefangen hat Mark Gmehling 1988 als Graffiti Sprayer. Später folgte ein Studium der Freien Kunst und anschliessend ein Grafikdesign Studium. Er ist Preisträger renommierter Auszeichnungen für Werbekampagnen und Animationen, Dozent für digitale Illustration und Grafikdesign und Freier Künstler.
Wir vom Carhartt W.I.P. Store freuen uns Ihnen einen Querschnitt durch sein aktuelles Schaffen zusammen mit der Colab Gallery in München präsentieren zu können.
Adress: Münchner Freiheit 2// 80802 Munich// Germany