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This work is part of the [ untitled ] series. This piece holds up colored contradictions and is finely visualizing them. The outline is an allusion to Andy Warhol's soup cans, which, in a variety of color combinations, have turned an everyday object into art.
In addition, every collector receives a limited glicée print on archival paper (50x70cm), signed by the artist. The owner will also order his chosen color by emailing a screenshot of this animated token.
Jonas is an interdisciplinary designer living in Switzerland.
After a polygraph apprenticeship, he founded his graphic design studio. Along with commissioned work, he edited and published an independent art magazine with friends.
After further education in Interaction Design, he became a Senior Interaction Designer at a large corporation, where he created their digital design guidelines.
Then he worked in a self-managed organization without management and became part of a larger think tank, resulting in co-founding several start-ups he now sold.
As a Digital Designer, he published a printed book about the state of flow.
His recent work [ untitled ] has no assignment or client. Instead, it rises by an intrinsic drift.