Glad to announce my collaboration with the Soft Gallery :) Designer Tina Holt Miller and fashion photographer and stylist Barbara Hvidt are behind Soft Gallery, founded in 2007. Their selection of clothing has been created in collaboration with local and international artists, whose illustrations and artwork specially translated into Soft Gallery's clothes.The collections consist of simple but sophisticated designs with an artistic twist in the form of handmade embroidery and striking illustrations of comfortable jersey. The co founders of Soft Gallery are designer Tine Holt Moeller and photographer Barbara Hvidt, both of whom are educated in London. Tine Holt Moeller has previously worked for Jeff Griffin, Kenzo Ki, Mambo, H2O, Bruuns Bazaar and Red/Green.Barbara Hvidt has worked as a photographer, concept developer and stylist for a number of top international brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Nokia, Laura Biagiotti, Selfridges, Cover Magazine, Costume and Eurowoman.
My drawings published in the "Berlin What? _ 102 Contemporary artist" book produced by Neonchocolate Gallery ..thank you !!!
Berlin What? Cover; photo courtesy of the publisher
Uwe Neu and Oliver Thoben, curators of Neonchocolate Gallery in Berlin, have published a book offering a personal snapshot of artists that they feel characterize the Berlin art scene. The compilation, Berlin What?, shows the work of both established and up-and-coming contemporary artists based in Berlin.
Hi i apolize for the delay but i am not updating anymore my blog and other pages due to some
personal projects ,here is a drawing i ve been working during
this last two weeks "Panacea, goddess of healing" .It s about my actual mood and is also a tribute to the Abejorros i like a lot ..big thanks to the beekeeper RK .
new projects , i am actually working in the concept of a serie of drawings that will take me months or years it will be based on this
Skull-A-Day and Street Anatomy have joined forces to bring together the greatest collection of skull art, to celebrate the 3rd Annual Skull Appreciation Day! The resulting exhibition of skull inspired art works co-curated by Noah Scalin and Vanessa Ruiz will be on view at the International Museum of Surgical Science, in Chicago May 31 – August 25, 2013.