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Hülpman

HÜLPMAN (Felix Aaron Hülpüsch) ist ein in Berlin lebender Grafikdesigner, Maler und Illustrator. Nach seiner Lehre studierte er Kommunikationsdesign in seiner Heimatstadt. Er hat für verschiedene Agenturen in Berlin und Hamburg gearbeitet und auch in Auckland (Neuseeland) gelebt. Die bevorzugten Werkzeuge sind Marker, Sprühdose und Acrylfarbe auf jeder erdenklichen Oberfläche.

Alaniz

Der aus Argentinien stammende Alaniz lebte zunächst fünf Jahre lang in Berlin, wo er Straßen und verlassene Fabriken mit Kleisterbildern und Wandgemälden schmückte. Durch stetige Weiterentwicklung seines Handwerks ist die Wandmalerei mittlerweile zu seiner wichtigsten Ausdrucksweise geworden.
Seine eindrucksvollen Kreationen, die Durchgangsstraßen in Städten auf der ganzen Welt schmücken, spiegeln seine persönliche Verbindung  zu diversen Kulturen wieder.
Alaniz versucht, die Essenz von Einheimischen und Traditionen verschiedenster Länder einzufangen. Somit wird seine Arbeit zu einem Spiegel, der das gemeinsame Menschsein aller Nationen reflektiert.

Caro Pepe

Caro Pepe ist eine argentinische Künstlerin und Wandmalerin, die seit 2012 in Berlin lebt. Sie reist durch die Welt und hinterlässt ihre Kunst auf den Straßen von Städten in Europa, Südamerika, den USA und Asien. Ihre Kunstwerke erforschen die innere Welt sowie die komplexe Natur der Emotionen. Mit ihren charakteristischen „Einäugigen Frauen“ beleuchtet sie das Konzept der Parteilichkeit: Was und wie eine Person etwas sehen möchte, bestimmt letztendlich auch ihre Wahrnehmung der Realität.

James Reka

James Reka, auch bekannt als RekaOne, ist ein australischer Contemporary-Künstler und Wandmaler, der in Berlin und in Malta lebt. Sein künstlerischer Fokus liegt derzeit auf der Erforschung der Beziehung zwischen verschiedenen Figuren und der Natur. Durch kraftvolle, harmonische Linien, dynamische fließende Bewegungen und lebendige Farben, die ihre Inspiration aus modernen Grafiken der Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts und dem Bauhaus schöpfen, lässt Reka die Grenzen zwischen reiner Abstraktion und figurativer Form kunstvoll verschwimmen.

Emma Rytoft

Emma ist eine in Schweden geborene Künstlerin, die derzeit in Berlin lebt und arbeitet. Mit ihren großformatigen Wandgemälden in öffentlichen und privaten Räumen sowie ihren Arbeiten auf Papier und Leinwand schafft sie magische Szenen, die den Betrachter dazu einladen, über unsere Rolle als Menschen im Universum nachzudenken. Ihre neuesten Gemälde regen dazu an, die grundlegende Rolle von Frauen im Überleben der Menschheit zu reflektieren. Sie betonen vor allem die Widerstandsfähigkeit von Frauen, die erforderlich ist, um neues Leben in diese Welt zu bringen. Außerdem zelebrieren sie die Kraft des weiblichen Körpers und Geistes.

Pisa73

Pisa73, born in 1973, first came into contact with graffiti and spray cans in 1990. This encounter ultimately inspired him to study graphic design. During his studies, he then underwent a transformation from traditional graffiti techniques to other forms of expression in urban spaces, including posters, stickers and stencil art. The latter increasingly developed into more sophisticated works that primarily addressed and commented on social or political issues.

Philip Wallisfurth

Born in 1984 in an idyllic village near Aachen and now living in Berlin, Philip Wallisfurth has autodidactically created a unique and distinctive body of work over the course of his artistic career. Wallisfurth's works reflect his multifaceted life, which is characterized by extreme highs and lows. Colors and composition play a significant role in his works and are often expressive and clear. The spatial works, especially the anamorphoses, give the viewer the chance to become an integral part of the work of art and, through their diverse perspectives, offer the opportunity for limitless interaction.

Cokyone

Cokyone, born in Aachen in 1985, began painting graffiti at the age of 12, spraying it on legal and illegal walls and trains.
In 2003, he broke his leg while running from police. This was the crux of his turning his passion for graffiti into a professional practice. Cokyone initially applied to study at the University of the Arts in Düsseldorf. Although he was not admitted, this did not stop him from pursuing his passion and developing as an artist and muralist.
Since 2020, based in Berlin, he has been working nationally and internationally as a graffiti and urban art artist.
Above all, animals and figures from his childhood influence his pictures. In his works he often criticizes people's poor treatment of our environment and animals.

René Meyer

René Meyer is a renowned visual artist based in Leipzig, Germany. With over a decade of experience, he specializes in creating intricate stencils of industrial architecture and cityscapes. All of his complex, multi-layered stencils are carefully hand-cut, allowing him to experiment with different concepts and combinations. With each work he creates, he aims to inspire and intrigue the audience, inviting them to explore the beauty and detail of stencil art.

Rommygon

Rommy González is a Chilean visual artist based in Berlin. With over a decade of experience in visual communications and a professional background in design and art direction, she has developed an extremely multifaceted approach.
Her work focuses on the interpretation of nature and the connection between art and science.
Inspired by botanical and scientific illustration, she creates fascinating landscapes. She uses a wide range of forms of expression, such as illustration, painting, video art, performance and urban art. Her works have already been shown at international exhibitions in Chile, Germany, Switzerland, France, Ireland, the Czech Republic, the United States and Hong Kong presents.

Pablo

Pavlo Yarmolyk

Pavlo is a Ukrainian artist, orginally from Lviv who came to Berlin in July 2023 especially to create a new wall mural as part of the group exhibition, Fragment. Ukraine. This work combines architectural and nature elements in tandem and evokes expressions of vulnerability and strength simultaneously.

Stefan Meissner

Stephan focuses on working with adhesive materials such as gaffer tapes, vinyl foils or washi tapes. As a founding artist of the Tape That Artist Collective he has actively shaped the tape art scene since 2009. Meissner invites the spectator to rethink established norms and conventions and to consciously follow or disregard them. Each taped line follows precisely this process of questioning, reevaluating and rule breaking, thus shaping the appearance of the artwork.

Jeroen de Boer

Jeroen Nergiz-de Boer is a Berlin based multidisciplinary artist with his own Agency The Olifants. He creates high-energy illustrations, murals, art and graphic design for brands and events around the world. Jeroen is also a digital pioneer in the rapidly evolving NFT space, creating rich experiential worlds for the metaverse.

Somari

Somari is a Ukrainian graffiti artist who moved to Berlin in 2022, escaping the war and finding shelter in the capital of Germany. Having gotten tired of her traditional office-job, she started becoming a painter at the age of 26. Her mascot, the Ptichka (which translates to “birdie”) is always visible in her work and represents her inner feelings and emotions.

Yat

Mika aka YAT is a French-Austrian calligraphy and graffiti artist based in Berlin. Mika primarily creates mural art which focuses on his unique lettering style. Mika’s art combines a compilation of several different typographic and script styles which he has perfected through years of practicing German gothic, Persian calligraphy, and graffiti hand styles.

Adrian Dittert
& Nicolas Lawin

For the tape art artwork created for the FKKB, titled ‘Ripped Urbanity’, artists Adrian Dittert and Nicolas Lawin from the collective Tape That exclusively used adhesive materials, such as foils and paper tapes. The mural thrives on high contrast and the combination of both artists’ styles. Organic and colourful forms are juxtaposed with geometric, urban structures which create depth and a dynamic impression in the space through different levels.
Das Wandbild lebt von einem hohen Kontrast und der Kombination der Stile beider Künstler. Organische und bunte Formen stehen geometrischen, urbanen Strukturen gegenüber und sollen mit unterschiedlichen Ebenen Tiefe und einen dynamischen Eindruck im Raum erschaffen

Sophia Melone

Sophia is a playful, artsy Berliner, currently working in the German capital as a 3D-printer, painter and graffiti artist. Her career spans screen printing, (boat-)painting, murals and tattooing. Her art represents people, colours, emotions and situations in her work, that draws you closer and makes you ponder.

Christian Rothenhagen

Christian Rothenhagen also known as deerBLN is a fine artist and designer from Berlin, known for architecture focused drawings and installations which capture the changing evolution of the city. In his paintings, he creates visual pauses for the viewer to contemplate these changes in their own time.

Edition 01
Christian Rothenhagen
aka deerBLN
Edition 02a
TapeThat
Adrian Dittert and
Nicolas Lawin
Edition 02b
Tape That
Stefan Meissner
Edition 03
YAT