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BSO 2014

why i love to be an artist, and in general- why life is great(mostly anyway :)

Jessika Wahls

Hi all, i decided to cram in some general information about all the nice things i was lucky enough to have witnessed in the past few month, as well as the sad ones that nevertheless deserve mentioning. Part of me writing it might be a bit of narcissism, part might be me wanting to share, and yet another part doesn't want things to be forgotten,- so there, if you're interested, keep reading, if not..well stop here i suggest ;) I mentioned this lovely lady before in my blog, but i would like to do it again, as she deserves it massively! Nicole Le Grange- also known as the founder of NIKA,                                                                                                                       She singlehandedly launched her own label a few month back in a lovely little gallery off Oxford street to an exited audience, which of course included me!                                                                                                                Her website is and you should definitely invest some time to check her shoes out! One excitement gone next one was already in the waiting. Mr Philip Levine's Headism exhibition. It's still on untill tomorrow, so i strongly recommend popping down there if you have the chance to! Phil has been all over London in an impressive advertising campaign that announced the forthcoming show. If you'd like to read more, check out Also,- i'm in the show- so that alone should be reason enough for you to pop down ;) Another happy event was Rick and Rosa Tozer's wedding, which means nothing to anyone who doesn't know these two lovely creatures, but trust me when i say- they are worth knowing!!!  A -not so nice event- was the earthquake in Japan, as most of you know, though nevertheless did it bring the good people out ones again and out came -DEATH DRAWING- which was an event at the metalworkz in Angel trying to raise funds for Japan. That meant that Santiago Genochio staged an incredible japanese-rope-bondage performance which all attendants then drew.

In addition to that, my lovely little mermaid Anne Von Bengard organized  an art auction, where artists, such as myself could donate a piece of art and the returns were donated too! It was a fun night as i was giving her a hand with the whole event.All in all the whole evening was a great success!

(this was another fundraising artwork of mine for the red cross)

Shortly after that Anne curated another exhibition at a party called RUMPUS, where i had the honor of being part once again.Check out her blog btw! She's a fabulous artiste in her own right

In general i have to say that the past few month have been massively creative for me, as i have been busy with my monster project, yet to keep sane and not completely drown in 'monstering' i drew, i painted  and in general produced a hell of a lot of artwork, which was all in all really very satisfying!

those are but a few results....

Daf and Blondie (Anne) were the first couple of wood-paintings i attempted, followed by those two

and since one of my favorite subjects of all times is and will remain- ME :P

Of course it's not just me ;)

Those are woodpaintings of and as mentioned before Philip Levine.

I have been experimenting with mixed media such as paper mache and 'sort-of' installations.....

And then recently i started experimenting with ink on bristol, which is an amazingly sharp finish!

The lovely lady on the left is another fellow german and one of the gorgeous models of my Monsters and Kink project. The rather charming looking  spineless c***face on the right is another fabulous example that one should only trust in ones own abilities when it comes to the unrelenting world of working adults, in which everyone tries to get ahead only to serve oneself ....! In short- this is my other half's ex-boss, and as you may have noticed in the past, people that piss me off deserve my undivided attention, as i believe in Karma, and one of those days spineless individuals will get  back what they so crudely caused in the first place....!

I also designed a couple of T-shirt's for my friend Anthony Noll's label

which can be purchased either online or @ Topman as well as selfridges

On a sadder note, i would like to mention my friend Pierre Cassen's name here, as he sadly passed away on april the 24th 2011. he died of an epileptic fit at the age of 31 in the city i gave my heart to- Barcelona...!

it is amazing how life can snap back into perspective in an instant when you loose a friend...! i still can't quite grasp my loss here, but i try every day and there will definitely be some artwork involved in my mourning process at some point.

It just goes to show how fragile it all is, and how quick it can be over.It makes me even more determined to try and appreciate everyday to it's fullest, to be content in what i do- to try and not hurt anyone and to live my life as the gift that it is, to be grateful for what i own and what skills i have, to spend time with the people i love and inspire me, stay away from those that don't, and to try to inspire others too in the process.

At that i will draw this post to an end, since it's been quite some essay already. My Monster-update will shortly follow, with all the delicious making off pic, as well as Archie's adventure into the fetish scene and some more comic action regarding Monsters and Kink