My ProjectsPosted by Karsten S 15 Apr, 2014 00:12:31
Sounds hard, but we see it often and some even more often than others. The english version of says even more drastic "KILLS".this is one of the killing cards in ARTMONEY size
The headline is the undercover for the growing double moral in system and society.
while polticians bit by bit sell the people to highest bid they are telling us what to.
With this project I express my mounting anger.
It builds on recycle, mixed media and some of the other small object found.
The clipped cigarette box warning parts originate from found in the nature cigarette package. (some people are just dirtspreaders, pigs are considerable clean compared to theese species).this is one of the mixed media pictures 30 x 30 cm canvas - kan dræbe 2
The project is on. the complete collection in the gallery will be annouced here.
My ProjectsPosted by Karsten S 14 Apr, 2014 18:28:59
This is one of my latest projects. It started around Christmas time in dark of the winternights. I had been working with the material before, but I thought the way I placed it was stiff, giving a square and narrow, rather lowering expression to the viewer.
I just needed to figure how I could get life into rusty burned nails, screws, wire and other small object that I keep finding by the roadsides. Most objects are kind of technical character as you will find when you look close.
Here is one of the assamblages that were created through the last months.
It is not just the best photo, but it should enable you to get the idea what this is about.
The galley for this creations of creatures is here. http://gallery.karsten-s.dk/#!album-32
This project just continues as long as it is fun to stick nails and other found things together.
My ProjectsPosted by Karsten S 14 Apr, 2014 17:57:22
Some years ago I tried my luck with textile and hemp products. For this purpose I designed a label. The business didn't work out. The label turned into my personal trademark.
This copy is made as a monotype cardbord stencil print. The image here is bigger than the original. These prints are used as my handwritten businesscards and quite rare but unnumbered.