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”Auf Linie gebracht” (Brought in Line) is the first monograph published about german visual artist Felix Gephart.
Gephart's body of work is hard to categorize: inspired by the ‘Neue Sachlichkeit’ as well as the US underground comics culture (Burns, Crumbs, Spiegelman..), he is a figurative artist, a noted satirical, newspaper & book illustrator, as well as a graffiti writer, whose work is often dark with some steampunk elements à la Kevin O’Neill.
The monograph released by Kettler Verlag presents all the facets of the artist: seemingly literary and old master-like drawings face murals, landscape representations, portraits and surrealist mythological creatures.
About the artist:
Felix Gephart (b.1986 in Bochum, West Germany), started his way into the art world by practicing graffiti at a young age, and later formally studied graphic design and art in Münster, Dortmund and at the New York School of Visual Arts. He lives and work in Berlin
Published in september 2013 by Kettler Verlag
Book design by Matthias Gephart und Carsten Roth
23 × 31 cm, hardcover,
240 pages (149 illustations)