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I have been fascinated by the work of Andy Warhol since my youth. I love the simplicity of his work and find his use of color phenomenal. I try to integrate these elements into my own work.

For a long time, I searched for depth in my art. I experimented with several materials but was never fully satisfied. However, with polystyrene, I found a medium that allows me to translate my ideas onto canvas. This extra dimension provides a completely different perspective, especially in works like cityscapes.


I strive to avoid repetition by continually adding new elements to my work. I'm rarely satisfied with the completion of a piece; I'm usually already thinking about the next one. This can be frustrating at times, but it helps me keep an open mind. For me, a good idea is more important than perfect execution. My favorite quote is from Salvador Dali (of whom I am not particularly a fan): "Have no fear of perfection, you never reach it."


I draw inspiration from the lyrics of 80s bands like Joy Division and The The. A song title can evoke an image in my mind that I then try to integrate into my work. The architecture of modern buildings is also a source of inspiration, along with artists such as David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Yves Klein, James Rosenquist, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.


After a series of smaller works, I aim to return to larger pieces, adding more depth by using thicker materials. I see my work as fairly simple, but I believe that is its strength.
"Less is more."


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