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Roman Klonek: Sayonara Folks

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Roman Klonek

"Sayonara Folks"

Woodblock print on a wooden box

Limited Edition of 12

65,5 cm x 97,6 cm x 5 cm

2018

About the Artist

Roman Klonek, born in Kattowitz/Poland and now based in Dûsseldorf, has a spot for old fashioned cartoons and modern block printing styles.
In the 90s he studied Graphic Arts in Düsseldorf and discovered a passion for woodcut. Since 15 years now, he is doing posters with a wide range of whimsical creatures, mostly half animal/half human, preferential in awkward situations, a bizarre balancing act between propaganda, folklore and pop.

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