Edition of 30:
Two colour screenprint on Somerset paper 310 gsm (deckle-edged paper)
Glossy varnish is on top of the white lines
Stamped and titled at the backside
Signed and numbered, 2017
70 x 100 cm
Simon, also known as KEF!, comes from a small German western town close to Aachen. He moved to London in 2013 after seeing the vibrant street art scene and feeling that there was a gap for his style. In 2015, he decided to move to Berlin attracted by its alternative lifestyle. The intricate style of KEF!'s work can be described as abstract graffiti. He is often saying that he is simply obsessed with painting lines. The result of his obsession are tripping but yet harmonius pieces of work. As an artist, he works instinctively taking inspiration from Pure Land Buddhism and nature. Nature contains for KEF! the utmost beauty on this planet. Seeing the world in a chaotic state he believes that the only positive energy he can bring is his harmonius work which speaks a universal language. KEF! is convinced to reproduce the material world as an artist is blocking the evolution of art. Thus he avoids painting figurative.
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