...signing my "Zombiedance"-Prints (edition of 50/ signed, stamped, numbered) available at the Grand Final Event of SHINE Saint Petersburg Muralfest (Central 1246/ Saint Petersburg/ Florida)
Sightseeing at Walmart...Thanks to tourguides Margaret and Anna!
Videolog SHINE St.Pete Muralfestival... no specific incidents. Florida is being on its best behaviour.
Videolog St.Pete Muralfestival "We do these things not because they're easy but because they are hard." Big thanks to Tes One, Heinz Hinrichs and the liftcompanyguys being spontaneously helpful on sunday.
Sunshinestate behaves as expected finally...
Beeping on, getting burned
Beep! (Thanks Hermine)
Florida Videolog night #1: A night with jetlag and Hermine...
Hurricane Hermine says hello and is about to stay a while (not invited) :/
On my way now to "Shine" Mural Festival in St. Petersburg/Florida. Looking forward to see my american friends from Snap Orlando and Art Attacks again, Tes One, the other SHINE-organizers, the artists participating and all supporters and visitors of the festival. Cant wait to hang in beautiful 30degree florida!
Finally my sample of the "In Heroes We Trust"-Book arrived. A book about streetartists and their heroes. "In Heroes We Trust" asks 66 street artists to muse on the notion of heroism. Foreword by Ron English, preface by Jef Aerosol.
I'm glad being onboard. Thanks to Neely Shearer and KnockKnock Publishing. You can order this limited edition under ISBN 978-160106852-1 or UPC 825703-50-228-2
Finally I received my "The Man Who Knew It All"-Book-sample. A book about creativity called 'The Man Who Knew it All' written by Tomas Ramanauskas and Kristupas Sabolius from Lithuania. The book features 98 true stories about outstanding creative writers ranging from Chuck Close to Monty Python flanked by 98 illustrations by outstanding illustrators. I'm glad to be onboard.
Publisher: artbooks.lt, 2014
Authors: Tomas Ramanauskas, Kristupas Sabolius
seems I made my name as spagehtti character artist. Happy to support Ogilvy Johannesburg pitching. Still enjoying typography and contortion...
"The Crying House" painted on an abandoned building faccade during meeting of Styles Antwerp/ Belgium hosted by aerosolkings.com.
Stencil-Making-of during my stay at Colab Gallery in Weil am Rhein, June 2016 at the "Welcome Back"-Show due to Colab Galleries 10th anniversary! Very special thanks to my friend Stefan Winterle who helped me a lot getting started with stencilism ;)
Last week I finally finished my mural in Weil am Rhein/ Friedlingen/ Germany. We needed to delay one week due to the heavy rain that came down the week before. I painted my "Uberhappy" piece to give the wall an enormous smile that transfers well to all people passing by. Thanks to Stefan and Tonio and the mayor of Weil am Rhein Mr. Dietz for your trust and easy going. As soon as possible I upload some more pics of the making.
Happy to announce the next show in Germany: "Welcome back" Colab Gallery/ Weil am Rhein is celebrating their 10th anniversary. I'm looking forward to a great opening and cant wait to meet my friends from "southest" place in Germany. Its been too long since March ;)
Looking forward to say Cheers! at the opening on June 11th/ 8pm!