If you can paint big – painting small is no biggie.
Mural paintings are a good escape from computer work. Make sure to check out the Big Walls Club as well.
No more naked walls in Veltheim AG is the first collaboration with the rising artist Pollo7. The wall has a size of roughly 10 x 5 meters.
We will continue collaborating with commissioned works under the name Big Walls Club. Stay tuned for more.
This one is a commissioned work for the new Blue Tomato store in Berne.
When most people see paradise, skateboarders look out for options to skate: "Some see trees & stars, we see rails & stairs."
The wall is roughly 3 x 8 meters tall.
This wall is part of the crazy and unique "4661m2 – art in prison" project initiated by Swiss artists Malik and Note. 4661 squaremeters were painted by 17 artists; all inside a still active prison.
The wall is an allegory for freedom – the one thing prisoners lack of.
Sometimes good things happen while you are looking the other way.
The wall belongs to a private house in Aarau.
This is the breakroom where prisoners are allowed to stay for one hour. A triste place for sure.
It's a collaboration with artist Ti.
The room was painted as part of the 4661m2 project (see above).
I'm not really into live paintings anymore, but this one for Swatch was fun because it was at the airport and I like being at the airport.
The canvas was not too big, but time was little too.
This is a collaboration with Polnish artist Swanski for the Carhartt pop-up shop in Baden, Switzerland.