EISMANNARTS

Berlin / Germany

Eismann is a young, Bavarian artist, who is now based in Berlin. His stencil technique follows the general creation rule and yet it is so unique and diverse. He uses layers and layers of hand cuttings. This multiple layers technique not only does it require a lot of patience it is demands a steady hand. Eismann’s works have been featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’. […]

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Eismann is a young, Bavarian artist, who is now based in Berlin. His stencil technique follows the general creation rule and yet it is so unique and diverse. He uses layers and layers of hand cuttings. This multiple layers technique not only does it require a lot of patience it is demands a steady hand. Eismann’s works have been featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.

Eismann‘s educational background might have been his starting inspiration point for creating something as fragile as his stencils but surely it is his enormous devotion and focus, by cutting several layers of one stencil, which gives soul and spirit to his special artwork. His stencils are always personal, unique and genuine and moreover diverse in forms and shapes, always focusing to be the best peace of art he has ever created. In collaboration with brands, companies and private collectors he additionally contributes to product designs and creation of custom artwork. Eismann finds his inspiration in the everyday life, in nature and in photography. Due to this influence one can say that the message he is transmitting is either a message of ambiguity or a message of simplicity and pure aesthetics.

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