I really love these collages and assemblages by the German designer Micosh Holland. In many ways they’re old school – a direct line runs from his work to those of the Dadaists, Constructivists, Surrealists and political agitators who were prolific in Germany at the beginning of the 20th Century.
Many of his images, colours, compositions reference the work of famous German painters and performance artists such as Kurt Schwitters and Joseph Beuys and remind me of political posters that one would have seen on the streets of our cities decades ago. However, the political references in Hollands work are absent, a step removed from political consciousness. Or so I presume as I can’t find any information on him except that he’s married, lives in Schondorf am Ammersee and uses analog and digital printmaking techniques.
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