44flavours is a Berlin-based collective- aka Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle, their work is spread around graphic arts, art as its own but one feature I like are the wildly -overlayerd collages they produce often with screen-printing. This Saturday, on the 27th November, they are celebrating their exhibit at the Neonchocolate Gallery in Berlin. There you will see small format pieces made with their often chosen variety of techniques
When I closed my eyes first time after I have seen their art, my head is recapturing images from Basquiat, who also loved in his art to have images with wild letters and words floating around wild in his oil paintings. Or Ben, the french artist, who collects everything he finds and puts them together and paints, sprays them and creates with his objects new rooms.
Growing up with graffiti and the derivative sample and remix culture of hip-hop, both artists developed their individual styles without the implicit limits of any specific medium – instead they exploited multiple media to support and best express their ideas and tastes at the moment of creation.
44flavours is not only synonymous with the strangely beautiful exhibitions, which frequently sprout up all over Europe, but also with a cutting edge Design Studio, which focuses on a very broad scope of graphic design, illustration and typography.
44flavours is still evolving in an environment of unlimited freedom and creativity. Their studio activity is dedicated to pushing skill, craft and conceptual knowledge to their ever-widening limits. ( via mickmorley)
So don’t miss the exhibition. See you on saturday!
Lychener Straße 23,