Bad news! ...and it got even worse!

Happy Eastern!

This is incredible sick! An amazing customized Teddy Trooper called "Rabbito" by Mall aka May Ann Licudine from the Philippines. This is the best Eastern gift this year for me! You have to check out more of her brilliant works on her blog...

Rabbito from Mall on Vimeo.

Derby Sieger!

I just red the results on the Write4Gold pre-battle "Hamburg Derby" and our team just entered the next stage... so see us at the SPLASH festival then! ... and Diplo!

Bunny pinup

So kitsch, I should be ashamed. Actually, I am. (The pose is from a reference, I can't draw correctly bodies without reference yet...)

Graffiti Magazine / no.16

Uh, this is looking super delicious... stay tuned!

... s'il vous plaît !

The band is playing...

Steampunk gears again

A steampunk inspired thing again. I wanted it to look like gears visible under the skin, but maybe I I shouldn't have added black outlines to the cut-out shape.
And in the future we'll have moving inks, and could have tattoos with gears that actually turn \o/. Let me dream :p
steampunk tattoo

Drink 4 Gold

Crow Lady

Warsaw / Update

Finally i got in flix from the final works i have done in Warsaw a few days ago. The big wall together with my man Swanski from the Turbokolor Enthusiasts. While my Teddy Trooper had his helmet off this time i looked pretty stupid instead with one on... And a quick wall inside the bar that i had to squeeze out in a 1 1/2 hours rush before heading straight to the airport to get back home. Not to forget to give a big shout out to Wojtek for making it all happen! Nastrovje!

243 charity poster for Japan

My mate Kabe from 243 and his friends came up with this brilliant poster to help Japan. Here is the information:

"The earthquake in Japan on the 11th of March has shocked to the core. It shows how fragile and limited our powers are. We are a bunch of people from the UK and Japan and we wanted to do something more than just giving some money, so we came up with the poster above.
We now offer to send this poster to anyone who donates a minimum of £ 20 / $ 32 / € 22. All donations will go to the British Red Cross Tsunami Appeal.
The design was made by wetting a sheet of thick paper and then adding one drop of red ink into the center. The ink spreads really fast, then slows down but keeps on spreading for some time. We thought that the water and the ink's movement in it was a fitting metaphor.
The Poster is printed with set colour Pantone Black and Pantone Red 32 on Munken pure white 170 gsm fine art paper. The size is B2 (500mm x 707mm / 19.7" x 27.8"). All posters are hand numbered and signed.
The inspiration for the technique came from an advert for the World Water Day and can be seen here. Credit is due as well to all the other poster creators that where much quicker than us and did some incredible work. Some examples can be found here."

Get the poster here!

Oversized & Underprized Pt.III @ Superplan / Berlin DE

Next part of the "Oversized & Underprized" group show. All artworks are made on oversized US postal stickers. This time it will be at the SUPERPLAN Gallery in Berlin.

Superplan Gallery | Markgrafendamm 31 | 10245 Berlin
Opening reception: Friday, April 15th 2011 at 8 p.m.
Exhibition: Saturday, April 16th till Saturday, April 30th

The Stray Cat's Magic Hands

Zauberstaub from these Double Dream Hands in Berlin.

Tentacle through keyhole

Some things are better kept locked.
tentacle and keyhole

Keep On Jumpin'

Some psychodelic tribute wall in the style of record covers from the 70's designed by Alan Aldridge & co...