It's all over now, baby blue

May I introduce to you Baby Krishna? He loves playing the flute, he's always wearing a peacock's feather in his curly hair, and his skin has the color of a fresh thundercloud.
He is an avatar of Vishnu, who takes the part of maintainance within the hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.

He is available as a print now in my shop: baby krishna on etsy

I also would like to introduce to you my brandnew blog, which will be only about maps!

Have a very nice weekend!


micro publishing house at the LENTOS Linz: a day of paint and stamps and dirty hands

this weekend i was invited by the LENTOS Museum of Modern Art Linz to make a print for the MICRO PUBLISHING HOUSE which is a project that took place in the museum in the course of the 23rd european meeting of cultural journals under the heading changing media – media in change.

the micro publishing house produces three different limited edition art print magazines on three days – each consist of an art print and a needle-printed text written by journalists from the eurozine network on the backside.

the very micro publishing house (a mac, a needle printer and a printing press).

the battered lino plate.

my binary book print. if one makes the effort of decoding the binary code, it says: habent sua fata libelli, which means: books have their fate.

thomas maier numbering my prints.

stamp print by thomas maier (who did the other two art prints for the magazine) lying on a part of his huge collection of stamps.

the only one that touched a pen: a prospective typographer from czechia with his name written in arabic.


city map of copenhagen

a map made by me for emozioni, the magazine by fiat group automobiles austria.


the manifesto

Here is an illustration for an article (in next week's Falter Steiermark) about gentrification in Graz, Austria. Some artists living in one of those new "creative quarters" in Graz have written a manifesto against gentrification, after the example of Hamburg.