This wonderful wall is the work of German artist Tobias Kröger also known as TOBE and is a reflection of his current work which deals with the idea of human self-understanding in a technologized everyday life.
His fictional portraits, composed of data fragments and machine parts, give form to this concern about what it means to be human in a digital world making use of traditional techniques like classical painting in oil or acrylic, creating according to the artist “an exciting discussion regarding present and past, masses and individuals , communication and isolation” all reflected in the mural here presented.
The mural was painted in occasion of  “Face Off’, Kröger’s first solo exhibition for which he created over 40 new works featuring cubist face structures, opaque molded masks that remind you of traditional cubist painting, mixing traditional painting with the graphic shapes of Urban Art.

The exhibition opens on Friday 19 Mai at 19 hr at  iD workshop GfG / group of Design – Überseestadt / Old Customs Office / Waller Stieg 1/28217 Bremen ( right next to the restaurant ” fire station ” ) Evening concert on Saturday, 05/17/2014 by 20 clock (free admission) Performed as part of the ”SONGS & WHISPERS” – Circuit 05/ 2014: Benjalu acoustic (AUS ) & Senakah acoustic (IRL )

The exhibition will be open on the following days , 15-19.00 :
Sat 17.05 , Wed 21.05 , Thu 22.05 , Fr 23.05 , Tuesday 27.05.

Dont forget to watch the video below!


TOBE “FACE-OFF” from Tobias Kröger

Images via Graffuturism

Author: Fran

Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.

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