Archive for June 20, 2014

Artist of the moment……..Otto Nebel

Otto Nebel was a wonderful abstract artist born in Berlin, Germany in the year 1892. Nebel was a genius at using text in his work. Nebel was not only a painter, but also a prolific printmaker who specialized in making linocuts and also made a large body of work in collage. Nebel also studied the art of painting on the reverse side of glass, an extremely popular regional form of art.

Nebel started off as an engineer and was a participant in the first World War. After being held captive for more than one year, Nebel wanted no more to do with war or its ideology. He wanted to become an artist.

If you enjoy the work of this artist be sure and check out artists Otto Dix and Georg Grosz.

The artist also tried without success, to run his own wall paper producing company. In the end Nebel designed many different types of wall paper.

Otto Nebel passed away in 1973.

Price range information: Sorry none available.


Artist of the moment………Street Artist Slinkachu

Slinkachu is a wonderful street artists renown for his miniature size installations. Slinkachu uses characters found with model railroad train sets as his subject matter.

Slinkachu works with a very humorous twist in most of his works.

The artist is also a great photographer, a key aspect in his art.

A link to the website of Slinkachu:

In this clip a brief interview with Slinkachu. Many works are shown.

price range information: Slinkachu has three books of his work available on No pricing available for limited edition photographs of his art.

What a great concept! Make sure you don’t walk to fast through the streets of London, England or you may miss some art! Keep looking up and down. Think Banksy and Slinkachu! Slinkachu is one of the funniest artists ever profiled here!