Do you ever heard something about The Krah?
The Krah is a decrepit but talented young man who has wasted most of his youth scribbling on everything and using any medium he could get his hands on.
As vandalism was the most fun thing to do, The Krah started painting the streets and the subway trains of Athens in 1997, but his graffitis, stickers and posters can also be seen on the streets of a lot of other citys around the world, all over Europe and cities such as Tokyo and Bangok.
He has had group shows alongside artists like Ron English, D-face, Sickboy, Swoon, Elbowtoe, Mode2, and Pure Evil. Additionally he has been one of the artist of Banksy´s latest Can´s Festival in London. (From the exhibition flyer)
Since August 7th, his first solo-exhibition in Berlin – “Vandal Tendencies” – runs at the ATM Gallery in Berlin, where he shows his most recent works which are a combination of graffiti, urban drawing, stencil patterns and his very own characters.
Yesterday I had some time to visit the ATM Gallery and its curator Marc and took some shots of the very interesting and multilayered artworks with its pretty unique style. Here they are!