8-6-14. Drawings.

Currently im working on a couple of smaller works on paper, 24 x 32 cm as studies for larger sized works that are on the way.

‘Layered Behaviour’ recap.

The artists for Layered Behaviour know each other for two decades or more, 20 years of separating themselves from the mainstream, and are eager to find new ways to tell their experiences in daily life and how to deal with this in a visual way. Life, Death, Love, Hate, and everything in between.
Vernissage by Collin van der Sluijs, Marcel Thelen, Super A and Rutger Termohlen.
02.05.2014 – 28.06.2014, Partisan Creative Corner
Markt 6
59494 Soest

‘Layered Behaviour’ At Partisan creative corner in Soest, Germany.

Last week was the opening of our groupshow in Soest at Partisan, with works from Super-A, Marcel Thelen, Rutger Termohlen and myself. Here are some images from the show, there will be more added this week, there also are a couple more photos on my Instagram account. For more information and available works visit Artisjustafourletterword or contact them here.

‘Layered Behaviour’ 02.05.2014 – 28.06.2014, Partisan Creative Corner
Markt 6, 59494 Soest

Vertical Gallery recap.

Here is one of the 3 videos that was made for the Paperjam show at the Vertical Gallery in Chicago.

There are still works available from the Paperjam show, in the online shop from Vertical Gallery, go HERE to see the collection.

Thanks to Patrick from Vertical Gallery and curator for the show Ben Frost to make this show come together.

Graphic Design Festival Breda.

Mural with Super-A and Rutger Termohlen in Breda for the Graphic design festival in Breda, NL.

The wall is inspired by the sinister history of the location, which used to be a graveyard for people that died from the plague (around 1515). Because of this the graveyard became unpopular, therefore the cemetery was used to bury the poor, children, soldiers and suicides. The children dancing around the rat, the spreader of the plague is a link to the children song ‘Ring around the Rosie’. Ring around the Rosie is a reference to the black sores that would appear on your body as part of the plague.