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vPPR — Artist Housing

vPPR — Artist Housing

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Kreuzberg Tower | Berlin, Germany | John Hejduk | images © Hélène Binet

Kreuzberg Tower | Berlin, Germany | John Hejduk | images © Hélène Binet

Houses, Landscapes and Mental Spaces by Jon Koko – SOCKS

Houses, Landscapes and Mental Spaces by Jon Koko – SOCKS

baumschlager eberle: 2226

baumschlager eberle: 2226

John Hejduk - Studio for a Musician

John Hejduk - Studio for a Musician

Daniel Lachenmeier is a freelance illustrator and designer living and working in Basel, Switzerland. Not much is known about his technique, a mix of photomontage and illustration, with a subtle vintage taste for architecture and interiors. His works could be vaguely described as an improbable...

Daniel Lachenmeier is a freelance illustrator and designer living and working in Basel, Switzerland. Not much is known about his technique, a mix of photomontage and illustration, with a subtle vintage taste for architecture and interiors. His works could be vaguely described as an improbable...

John Hejduk - House of the Painter (1984)

John Hejduk - House of the Painter (1984)

Houses, Landscapes and Mental Spaces by Jon Koko – SOCKS

Houses, Landscapes and Mental Spaces by Jon Koko – SOCKS

Jon Koko is an artist who currently lives and works in Malmö, Sweden. His square illustrations and paintings are carefully balanced scenes with mostly flat color surfaces covering the full paper canvas. The subjects are landscapes and houses in axonometric views, interiors and several slightly surreal scenes with anonymous characters wandering through paradoxical situations. Nature plays a huge role in the works and a Japanese influence is always present in both the representation…

Jon Koko is an artist who currently lives and works in Malmö, Sweden. His square illustrations and paintings are carefully balanced scenes with mostly flat color surfaces covering the full paper canvas. The subjects are landscapes and houses in axonometric views, interiors and several slightly surreal scenes with anonymous characters wandering through paradoxical situations. Nature plays a huge role in the works and a Japanese influence is always present in both the representation…