amsterdam: the omnipollo

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karl grandin is a multi-tasking creative based in stockholm. next to illustration he has dipped his toe in many pools, and is one of the founders of global denim sensation cheap monday. grandin works with a variety of different techniques and artistic expressions, and his output has been extensively featured. since 2011 he has worked with henok fentie on omnipollo, an award winning brewery project on home turf. currently on display at amsterdam's kuvva gallery is the omnipollo, an exhibition that's partially inspired by the swede's niche beer brand. on display are a series of illustrations that take cues from old masters such as hieronymus bosch, as well as punk and skate subcultures. the presentation includes a giant tipi, designed and decorated by grandin himself. mind you, the artist has brewed a special sour-wheat beer for the show with raspberries and key lime. it's aptly called karl framboise and is for sale at the gallery [on through nov 3]. location: pazzanistraat 33 [staatsliedenbuurt].

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