Two hit giants, one shirt. A collaboration so close, not even a sheet of copy paper fits in between. The motif "GENESIS" from the Genesis series by photographer Felix Krüger becomes the central subject of the long-sleeved shirt, limited to 50 pieces. The flowing fabric was printed in Germany under the highest standards, impressing with the highest possible resolution and deep color brilliance.
The implementation of 3D software allowed the photo motif to be positioned with millimeter precision on the individual cut pieces of the shirt to achieve the greatest possible scenario when worn. The visual transitions from seam to seam are precisely coordinated and showcase "GENESIS" ... just POWER!!!!11
The shirt, manufactured in Europe, features a loose, boxy fit, a classic bowling collar, and can be opened and closed with buttons.
180x120cm 4c Print on Alu Dubond with Frame
Edition of 3 (1AP)
120x80cm 4c Print on Hanemühle Baryta
Edition of 10 (1AP)
Against the backdrop of the breathtaking landscapes of Iceland, photographer Felix Krüger has captured not only the usual perspectives but also the essence of the four elements – fire, water, earth, and air – in their purest form. Every step on this photographic journey is a tribute to the origins of everything, a return to the elemental forces that form the foundation of our world.
To achieve an abstract detachment from the familiar reality, the photographer opted to use an infrared filter. This artistic decision transforms the images into a surreal Martian landscape reminiscent of the epic science fiction of Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey." This distant, almost unreal environment shows us the beginnings of everything, a time and place where life first takes its origin.
73x53cm 4c Print on Hanemühle Baryta framed
Edition of 10 (1AP)
Copyright and patents safeguard creators from idea theft, yet raise ethical queries about idea ownership. This includes questioning whether nature can be copyrighted and the rights surrounding AI-generated concepts. While these protections are vital, they could restrict idea sharing, potentially limiting innovation. Balancing ethical considerations is crucial to ensure these laws support creators without stifling creativity.
With the technique of flash projection, the artist Felix Krüger has created photographs that, capture the beauty and originality of nature, in a yet in a fraction of a second, permanently stamped with his copyright. Interestingly, with this technique, he could have projected everything onto the pure beauty of nature, but he chose to copyright it!