Deafmessangr artwork for sale

Friday, October 24, 2014

For those who couldnt make it to Kassel to my exhibition there is still an option to buy the artwork I was exhibiting there.

Here Here Here

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Deafmessanger at work

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Před nějakým časem mě oslovil kamarád Ondra Fišer. Potřeboval udělat  fotky do školy. Přibrali jsme ještě Jakub Stýblo a vyrazili do Triba, kde sprejuju. Tohle jsou fotky, co tam Ondřej pořídil a nás bavěj tím, že dobře zachytily temnou atmosféru prostor, ve kterých trávím hodně svého pracovního času.

Some time ago Ondrej Fiser asked me to pose for his school project in our spraying room. He needed more arms so I asked another friend of mine, Kuba, to join me, so Ondrej could get the pics he needed. I like the pics and I think they really show the darkness of the room where I spray many hours a week.

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Ambra Porcedda

Thursday, October 09, 2014

"I'm a writer and most of my novels are born on your pages."


It is an honor to know that a novel is created on the pages of our notebook. Ambra Porcedda is publishing her second book and I just wish I could speak italian to read it.

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Kassel

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

 

I was invited to Kassel to exhibit my work at Wild Wood Gallery. I have never been to this city and the only thing I knew was that every 5 years Kassel becomes a home for the Documenta, which is an exhibition of modern and contemporary art. That itself makes the city interesting enough but its not all that it can offer. It was a great weekend and we mostly spent it with Fabian the owner of the Wild Wood shop and gallery. He was kind enough to show us around. He took us to a skateboard contest, an abandoned factory and plenty other places which gave us a good insight into the history of the city. On the way to Kassel my girlfriend texted me that we definitely had to check out Connichi. It is an anual 3-day anime convention and the city becomes a nest of weirdos, dressed in the most ridiculous costumes you have ever seen. Of course we met Fantomas, Batman, Spider man, Gandalf, Elfs and many others we knew from the movies, among so many more we had never heard of. It was an amazing experience for me and I hope I will make it back to this city. Maybe in two years for Documenta 2017.

Thank you Wild Wood Gallery for giving me a chance to present my work to the Kassel audience.The opening party was great.

 

The chimney that looks like its parts flying freely in the air.

The "shovel" art at the skatepark

Urban exploring

Martin Balboa

 

Fabian resting in the abandoned factory

Connichi at its best

I know why Wild Wood Gallery picked their name. Found this mushroom right in front of their doors.

 

 

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