Stencil test with Samuel Beckett. Wax paper is awesome for getting better detail.
New stencil supplies arrived from Acerecords in Basel.
Street art stencil test with Ludwig Boltzmann, working on art project that integrates with an augmented reality app.
After the picnic they covered the teddy bear in aluminium foil and hung it as an example to the others.
Praise the gods…Afri cola exists in Zurich.
Hello, Love. Audrey street art in Zurich, Wipkingen.
Little Lucy preparing kittens for consumption around Berlin. The kebab is probably the most ah, unappetizing.
Works from Pard Morrison (USA), shown at the Language of Man II exhibition at the knoerle-baettig gallery in Winterthur, Switzerland.
The pieces are fired pigment on Aluminum, and remind me of Space Invaders from the street art scene around Paris. I was visiting the street art show at the Musée de La Poste back in Dec. 2012 and toured the city shooting the street art.
I like the space invader tiles (and the copies) since street art is generally sort of non-linear like graffiti or stencils, and then the space invader tiles are see on the walls all nicely ordered and perfect.
The works by Pard and sort of mesmerizing, more so because they were shown alongside the projection paintings of Jay Shinn (http://www.jayshinn.com/). Street art always seems out of place in a gallery, like the works have been kidnapped from their natural habitat. The pieces from Pard like Lovecloud seem to belong in the gallery environment, and might seem out of place on the streets of Paris.
Evolution of a stencil. Spray paint on canvas, part of the Alternative Berlin street art workshop.
A lonely and neglected Porsche in a Zurich parking garage.