Wednesday, September 30, 2009


These are already available at Proper...

and I can´t wait for the following to release:

Just Out

Chino finally released the second edition of Piecebook.
Piecebook Reloaded picks up where the last title left off.
There are more full color pages, 2 page spreads, tag and throw up
pages as well as some other additions to the over all design of the book

Still 1up


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

This week is all about...

Monday, September 28, 2009

Future Michael

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Reebok vs Nike

The Commercials are all part of the wonderful world of George Lois

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Friday, September 25, 2009

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Bomb it!

I was a little disappointed by the Berlin part....reducing the art of
writing down to destructive avocation...hmmm
The 11 short films from all around the world are still worth
checking out. Many beautiful pictures and interesting people!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Odyssey Two

Odyssey Two, showing at Muenzstr. 19 from September
24 – 27th runs throughout Art Forum Berlin and brings
together 20 years of the urban art pioneer’s work.
Significant new pieces will be on display, alongside key
works such as the original iconic Pointman canvas and a
collection of early Pointman sketches.

The show focuses on the dual themes of memory and
the past, and the influence these have on an individual’s
imagined world. Futura’s obsessions with space and hyper-
industrial landscapes grew from his adolescence: a time
when man first landed on the moon, and when the New
York skyline soared with a mass of fresh skyscrapers. But
the world in his pieces is entirely unique – a place that has
developed in his mind over time, where remnants of earlier
memories co-exist with imagined, abstract landscapes.
Futura used characters and set pieces (such as Pointman
or his trademark cranes) as signposts in his early work.
But as time has past and Futura’s world has become more
and more familiar to him, these have segued into the
background, bringing his technically masterful, abstract
style to the fore: now, a crane appears as a series of clean
lines to frame an angry, lonely landscape in a fiery world of
wild strokes in acrylic.

Futura’s latest pieces show an artist comfortable in the
world he has created, making accomplished works that use
monochrome and occasional, frenetic bursts of outline to
perfectly convey mood, atmosphere and situation, without
the need for graphic symbols.
Collector’s will be able to buy an accessible selection of
key pieces in the creation of Futura’s world: study pieces
provide entry level works; there will be a trademark
Pointman series and a limited print run. There will also be a
small number of recent abstract canvases presented in the
environment of their creation.
The exhibition is produced in conjunction with Artorial, an
organisation which acts on behalf of artists and collectors
to put on engaging exhibitions in pop-up environments,
and to provide private buyers with impeccably-researched
portfolios of original work.

Monday, September 21, 2009

I did it!

I really finished!
Here´s the first part of my diploma, that I handed in this morning...

© Julia Schoierer

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Finally an end in sight

After sleepless nights, blood, sweat, tears and a whole lotta brainjuice
I am finally finishing the theoretical part my diploma!
Here´s a first
look at the print-outs and the binding process, for the first three
Words can´t describe the relief I am looking forward to, once
I´ve handed these in Monday morning!!

© Julia Schoierer

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Nike Air Max 2010

Or even earlier..

Monday, September 14, 2009

Wolf in sheep´s clothing



Sunday, September 13, 2009

Tyson´s Ex

Mike Tyson´s abandoned mansion
August 2008

All pictures by Danny Wills

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Work, sleep, eat, drink, fuck, smoke, laugh.....

3 years ago....

© Julia Schoierer

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