We’ve been watching the live stream at work. MDR did an awesome job on this one and especially many thanks to video reporter: Duy Tran. We were so excited the whole morning, but his calm and pleasant way of interviewing let us forget all the stage fright we’ve had. Thank you! 🙂
Nun ist es soweit, die erste Ausstellung des Jahres steht an. "21. April bis 17. Juni 2018 "Horch mal, was da klappert - Geschichten von Schreibmaschinen, Typen und Tasten" im Stadt- & Waagenmuseum in Oschatz. Dieses Mal musste ich mich fuer drei Bilder entscheiden. Ich hoffe es waren die Richtigen.
Besten Dank nochmal an die Galerie am Rosenhof ( Galerie Rosenhof ). Die Rahmen sind super!
Sadly, I had to choose just three pictures for the next exhibiton, but hey... the framing has been done in a local store near our apartment and they are looking awesome!
Did I ever mention that I hate drawing portraits? That is the reason why: I’m currently drawing yet another Marx picture. Just sort of a typical “told you so” themed one, but anyway... all of them are crap as i ruined the eyes on several ones. But well... there might be one piece I am actually happy with. Maybe you can spot it on the desk. 🙂 Speaking about Marx and his 200th birthday. I have seen the exclusive shirt of my typewritten Marx last weekend, awesome! Stay tuned, I’ll tell you about the shirt and the upcoming exhibitions! 😊
News! The exhibition will last a week longer till the 22th of October and i‘ll be interviewed for TV on Tuesday! 😊
Btw. I finally got the big typewriter working like I needed it to. 😀
Ok, probably all of you know this poster of a certain typewritten picture of the "Frauenkirche/Dresden", but there are great news I really need to share with you. This picture will be featured in an article about me and my typewriter art. Up to half a million readers might meet the picture I still call the best I've done so far. 🙂
To be honest, I really had a hard time sleeping days before that interview. I was excited like minutes before playing a big concert!
So, after some time typing with that big machine I finally came to the conclusion that I'm not able to draw with it precisely like I was used to do. It feels like using a jackhammer to sculpt a figurine out of some tiny little stone. I was in need for some different approach. Hm, wait... stone, jackhammer, something rough? What about relying on something raw? Let's see where this is finally leading me to ...