Artsits Screen Print With Everything From Aspirin To Tobacco [Video]

Artsits Screen Print With Everything From Aspirin To Tobacco [Video]
Arts & Culture

Stefan Guzy and Björn Wiede experiment with various materials in their art, using anything from toilet cleaner to blood when creating.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 august 2012

Berlin-based art gallery Reign of Art presents an interesting video with experimental designers Stefan Guzy and Björn Wiede of Zwölf, which focuses on their unusual screen printing using a wide range of unexpected materials.

They are interested in substances that are visually strong and have a strong narrative, with spontaneity and the element of surprise playing an important role in their creative process. They have used bubble bath, toilet cleaner, lipstick, nail polish, toothpaste, oil, honey, shoe polish, soil, tobacco, salt, aspirin, egg white, red wine, blood, writing ink, and lots of other materials to create works of art that change over time.

You can check out the video below: to learn more about the project

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