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#bloopfestival "MAKING AN APPEREANCE" by MARTHA COOPER @ Can Jeroni art gallery

#bloopfestival "MAKING AN APPEREANCE" by MARTHA COOPER @ Can Jeroni art gallery

the bloopies #bloopfestival

the bloopies #bloopfestival

I wanna be.... #foreverYoung #bloopfestival

I wanna be.... #foreverYoung #bloopfestival

the making of "Wanna be art show" #bloopfestival

the making of "Wanna be art show" #bloopfestival

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Born 1970 in Kreuztal, a little village in Germany as a Hippy-community baby were he mostly never visited school. Later, as an Hippie 2nd Generation, he was living in the forrest, hunting animals and building things. Then with 11yrs he shocked his hippie-family with his first computer, a Commodore VC20, when most people didn`t knew what a computer is. After school Boris learned as a technical tracer in a factory, mostly reading books and drawing on the toilet.  He started 1990 with Graffiti!

Born 1970 in Kreuztal, a little village in Germany as a Hippy-community baby were he mostly never visited school. Later, as an Hippie 2nd Generation, he was living in the forrest, hunting animals and building things. Then with 11yrs he shocked his hippie-family with his first computer, a Commodore VC20, when most people didn`t knew what a computer is. After school Boris learned as a technical tracer in a factory, mostly reading books and drawing on the toilet. He started 1990 with Graffiti!

Graffity dentro del Museo Hamburger Bahnhof de Berlin.  By Esther Acereda Jiménez

Graffity dentro del Museo Hamburger Bahnhof de Berlin. By Esther Acereda Jiménez

Her tag says it all: one letter, simple and honest.  With her “naif” and simple style, very concise forms, not many colors and a shy speech but loving the typography, she tries to express a mixture of illusion and disappointment for the world that she lives in, without bothering the track of the surroundings.

Her tag says it all: one letter, simple and honest. With her “naif” and simple style, very concise forms, not many colors and a shy speech but loving the typography, she tries to express a mixture of illusion and disappointment for the world that she lives in, without bothering the track of the surroundings.

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