New artworks by Klaus Kremmerz are like the beginnings of stories, in each scene something is about to happen. His art is about us: of life in the city, about human motivation, treasure and surprises, on our everyday troubles and overcomings. Klaus playfully tells the attitude of an epoch. Entertaining and poignant, these little epics are skillfully brightened by quirky coincidences, experiences and lessons. They’ll make you laugh and then a moment later remind you that stories are what defines us.
Autumn is the most contemplative season. We love the feathery frost and changed trees, when the city is exquisitely melancholic and midnights are forever. Browse our collection of art about the lingering, peculiar pleasures of autumn. Indulge your eyes and mind with bittersweet shimmer, mellow narrative, smokey rosewood and poetic blues. November is the month for stories, ripe and profound. Art knows it’s time to be still.
It’s been a crazy week. Now, it’s even more important to share a warm heart in a cold world. We love art because it fills the gaps in our minds with courage and empathy. Art helps us absorb the unfamiliar so we can have renewed, kinder eyes. These are the artworks that sooth us when we’re feeling overwhelmed. Art brings us back to the quiet charm and everyday beauty that we’re too busy to notice. Art reminds us that optimism is an important ingredient to success.
New art by Klaus Kremmerz captures the zeitgeist of the 90′s, and it’s addictive! This young connoisseur of modern life creates illustrations with confident colors, packed full of humor and that 90s feel that’s so now. His upbeat compositions capture only the essentials, they translate into curious studies of people and how we live. We love his felt tip marker aesthetic, synonymous with VCRs, The Fresh Prince, walkmans and chatrooms, they take you back to your teenage pastimes. These artworks remind us of that life changing moment when we first discovered the cool, powered potential of art. (more…)
November is the month for warmth. Browse art that chronicles endearing little anecdotes with tender colors. These are the art equivalent of comfort food, for the mind. They surround us with woolly reminiscences and an infinite lulling glow. Art helps us differentiate the worthy from the irrelevant, warmth from dimness. They remind us that collecting art is primitively less about impressing people and more about making us comfortable.