Four Foxes, sent to Wassily Kandinsky in Munich, 4 February 1913

"Four foxes", carte postale envoyée à Wassily Kandinsky, Munich, Franz Marc,

Man With a Movie Camera, Dziga Vertov, 1929

1929 The Man with the Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov). Poster by Stenberg Brothers

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TfL to host pop-up design festival on London's Regent Street

TFL showcases transport design on London’s Regent Street - Design Week

Two Foxes – to Albert Bloch in Munich, 4 February 1913

Throughout 1913 and 1914 Franz Marc painted a number of postcards for his close friends. Lucky recipients included fellow artists Wassily Kandinsky, Erich Henkel, Paul Klee, and the playwright and poet Else Lasker-Schüler.

Two Cats, sent to Lily Klee in Munich, 6 March 1913.

Two Cats, Gouache and Indian ink, from Franz Marc in Sinseldorf to Lily Klee in Munich, 6 March 1913

Commission to create a poster for an entertainment event at Love and Death Inc. The client wanted something involving the idea of Vertigo, a sensation of whirling and loss of balance while also drawing inspiration from the design of rave posters form the 90s. This was the final outcome I designed for the client.

Commission to create a poster for an entertainment event at Love and Death Inc. The client wanted something involving the idea of Vertigo, a sensation of whirling and loss of balance while also drawing inspiration from the design of rave posters form the 90s. This was the final outcome I designed for the client.

The Cross Was Not Heavy Enough.John Heartfield (born Helmut Herzfeld; 19 June 1891 – 26 April 1968) was an artist and a pioneer in the use of art as a political weapon.

The Cross Was Not Heavy Enough. 19 June 1891 – 26 April was an artist and a pioneer in the use of art as a political weapon.

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