Category Archive: Portfolio

Liquidator Tattoo

Liquidator Tattoo 2017

Survivor II

  Survivor II 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite

Survivor I

  Survivor I 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite

A Black Hunt X

  A Black Hunt X 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²   “Wenn das Licht von tausend Sonnen am Himmel plötzlich brach hervor, das wäre gleich dem Ganzen dieses Herrlichen.” –… Continue reading

Die Jagd nach dem Feuer

  Die Jagd nach dem Feuer Sprache: Deutsch Seitenzahl: 758 / 18 illustriert Verlag: Edition Winterwork, Leipzig 2017 Genre: (fantastische) Dystopie Format: 15,3cm x 21,5cm x 5,2cm (A5, Hardcover) Gewicht: 1,2 Kg ISBN:… Continue reading

A Black Hunt IX

  A Black Hunt IX 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt VIII

  A Black Hunt VIII 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt VII

  A Black Hunt VII 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt VI

A Black Hunt VI 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt V

  A Black Hunt V 2017 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

Waitin’ For The Corvids II

Waitin’ For The Corvids II 2017Canon Eos 450DTamron 18-270 mm f/3.5 – 6.3 Di II VC PZD Nokia Lumia 820

A Black Hunt IV

  A Black Hunt IV 2016/17 29,7cm x 21,0cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt III

  A Black Hunt III 2016 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt II

A Black Hunt II 2016 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²

A Black Hunt I

  A Black Hunt I 2016 21,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite on 190 g/m²   “Let’s be quiet together.” – Leonard Cohen  “The Favourite Game”, 1963

The Ghost

  The Ghost 2016 42,0cm x 29,7cm Graphite   “No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it.” – Terry Pratchett “The… Continue reading

Waitin’ For The Corvids

  Waitin’ For The Corvids 2016 21,0cm x 29,7cm Acrylics on paper   “Im Kampf zwischen Dir und der Welt, sekundiere die Welt.” – Franz Kafka

Daimon

  daimon 2016 89,1cm x 42,0cm Graphite   “All that we see or seem Is but a dream within a dream.” – Edgar Allan Poe (1849)