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An inspiring interview with artist Lars Christian Kraemmer

December 2018

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Who are you?  

What do you mean? This is a very open question with too many varables and possible answers.

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How did you get interested in art? 

Children draw fearlessly, as they wander through their imagination, and at some point, some children stop drawing and others keep on drawing. I am of the kind that kept on drawing. I was most inspired by graphic novels like Kabuki and visiting Galleries like Everard Read when I was in high school.


How would you describe your style? 

Narrative based, with an ink friendship.

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What are your sources of inspiration? 

Sequential art, indie and alternative.

How is the creation process for you? 

A conversation, a negotiation, a solution, a problem, a daydream.

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What do you do besides being an artist? 

That is all I do, I don't have a side job. I am full time artist.

What are the best advice given to you as an artist?

Forget the politics and other stuff, It's about the art. - Hermann Niebuhr Keep it simple stupid. - Angus Mackinnon. 

Draw it like your eyes can smell it - Diane Victor

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Anders Cederholm

Anders Cederholm

I have a deep passion for art and I have been collecting art for some years now - to be honest, it's a bit addictive :)
I have done all kinds of artistic creations myself, not all succeeded actyaly most didn't. Lately, I have been experienting with a style I call Photo DJ'ing. I mix different photo's to create the expression I'm looking for.

Besides that, I'm a part of the Artboost team - which is my dream job!

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