segunda-feira, 15 de agosto de 2011

Amrei Hofstätter

I feel very uncomfortable with calling myself an artist. I always feel like people use this term so quickly without even knowing what it means to create a true piece of art. so, let’s just say i am an illustrator. I was born in a small town near Munich / Germany, but after having lived in England and Spain for a while i finally ended up in Berlin, even though i am not sure for how long i will live here. besides working on my images i also write articles for the spanish magazine Belio.
 I guess what i am most interested in, and what ultimately serves as the inspiration for all my work is the idea of misbalance and imperfection. something is broken, maybe in the past, or maybe in the present, and the results sooner or later will always emerge inside the human psyche. i create dolls or hybrids, because i am fascinated with the freud’s idea of the “uncanny”. i want to create a feeling of irritation inside the people who view my work, maybe to evoke something inside them they were not aware of, memories of a pain they formerly had repressed and they don’t even know what it means. i have become obsessed with origami and the strive for divinity it holds within. the process of creation and the idea of being able to open it up again, uncovering it layer for layer: like psychoanalysis.

sexta-feira, 12 de agosto de 2011

Alessandro Grandinetti

I am a 21 years old Graphic Designer, i work at GUSTO IDS (Perugia - ITALY - My works spaces between Old and new design eras, from vintage to web 2.0 like. I'm specialized in logo creation and advertising.

On the 28th of August my Michael Jacskon Artwork Tribute was exposed in Bucharest for the MJ TRIBUTE EXHIBITION ( and also i'm the #53 in BOOTB Success Rating ISSUE of 2009

If you need more information feel free to contact me.

My web site is


Alessandro Grandinetti