Nomad

Berlin / Germany

Berlin-based artist Nomad describes his style inspired by countercultures of the 1980s. His works range from renaissance inspired canvases to sculptures made of tumbleweed and marker scribbles on trash. His works can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/11 in 2017. […]

Biography / Nomad

Berlin-based artist Nomad describes his style inspired by countercultures of the 1980s. His works range from renaissance inspired canvases to sculptures made of tumbleweed and marker scribbles on trash. His works can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/11 in 2017.

Born in Berlin in 1970, Nomad grew up in the graffiti scene and developed his artistic style influenced by skateboarding, punk, graffiti and hip-hop culture of which he describes as “created by his lifestyle as a vagabond“. For his artworks he uses “whatever style or material is available to maximize the focus on the pleasure of the creation“ one of his examples being his early signature figure Mr Friendly, that he left on thousands of objects in the streets since 1999. Today his art is exhibited worldwide in streets, blogs, galleries, books and even Hollywood homes.

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