Kategorie Pixel Art

The gong sounds to the next round for 40° Urban Art Festival

When I posted about the birthday party for Kiefernstraße two days ago, it had escaped my attention that this celebration is also simultaneously the next 40° Urban Art Festival in Düsseldorf. If I have counted correctly, this is the 5th festival in a row since 2013, when it started with the first edition. Since then […]

Hi Ernie – and where did you leave Bert?

I’m always tremendously happy to find pieces of pixel art. They are stunning. Classic Pixel Art is a form of digital art, created through the use of software, where images are edited on the pixel level. The aesthetic for this kind of graphics comes from 8-bit and 16-bit computers and video game consoles, in addition […]

Goch history meets Streetart

From the beginning of this year, Covid 19 and the pandemic disease has mixed up my plans for the upcomiing year. My Berlin trip in March was cacelled and I was extremely sad, when I found out that Hafendampf had fallen victim to Corona (#FUCKCORONA). Anyway, even in times of Corona, or better – especially […]

Parkett Dietrich and Ferreira | Verfürth Architects show – „Landpartie meets Art of Parkett“

I almost missed it, because due to the actual heat wave in Germany, my motivation to take a ride of an hour with an urban train to Wuppertal, tended to zero. But yesterday  the cooling, promised by the weather forecast, arrived Northrhine Westfalia and I dared to leave home. Parquet Dietrich in Wuppertal makes a […]

BRAUSE – THE SMILE REMAINS

These days BRAUSE, a flagship of Düsseldorf’s subculture, has turned 18 years of age and faded away simultaneously. With a final smile and a last party, it was celebrated once more, to say good bye in dignity and with a smile on the faces.

Take A Butcher’s Gallery rolls out the red carpet

Still looking for X-Mas presents? Then this recommandation might be right for you. I would like to draw your attention to Düsseldorf Flingern, where Take A Butcher’s Gallery  joins in a special event, called Flingern Late Night Shopping, that takes place at Hoffeldstraße 42 on Thursday, 29. November. This very night they show „Best of […]

Giant creepy-crawly sighted at Brause

This former cashpoint with old fashioned glass front of a small vintage petrol station has mutated in August 2001 to a social club with a number of concerts, readings, exhibitions and much more. Probably for the latest exhibition „Sticky Art“ which has shown everything around stickers, STUESSYDAN has knighted the facade with a giant cockroach. 

Pixel-Art – sophisticated, complex and hard to resist

Turbo Urban was opened last Saturday and I must confess, it was a harsh decision not to hurry for Düsseldorf – but sorry, Dortmund has won and Düsseldorf has pulled the short straw.