1952: Der Fall Walter Linse aus Kindersicht

Skizzen zu einem aktuellen Doku-Projekt über ein Kinderleben im zerbombten Berlin der 50er Jahre, das ich in Zusammenarbeit mit dem 70jährigen Autor Norbert Wollschläger erstelle.

Die Entführung des Rechtsanwalts Walter Linse aus dem amerikanischen Sektor von Berlin in die DDR war 1952 einer der dramatischsten Zwischenfälle im Kalten Krieg, an der auch die 6 Kinder unserer Geschichte lebhaften Anteil nahmen…

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Skizze zum Fall Walter Linse, 1952
Kraushaar-Karin 1952

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3_6Kids1952_SkizzeHKUnd hier noch das Probebild „Krümel vor der Sektorengrenze, 1952“:

Krümel vor der Sektorengrenze, 1952

Kleine Freitags-Skizzen / Just some little Friday Sketches

Warmzeichnen beim Freitags-Zeichenunterricht:
Fatma zeichnet mich – ich zeichne Fatma…
Just some warming-up drawings during the weekly friday drawing lessons…

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End-of-year thoughts…

Left Berlin for spending Christmas in Athens and using the last days of 2014 to think about some New Year’s resolutions for 2015.
One of them is to do either a total relaunch of this blog or to definitively terminate it.

Inspired by the book „Show your work!“ by Austin Kleon I hope to be able to transform this blog into a more „work-in-progress-show“ at a regular basis…
Well, we’ll see about that.
For the time being: merry christmas and have a good new year!

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Ines 2 – into finishing

This is how far I got with the drawing of my hairdresser.
I added two more gestures of Ines (still sketches) and the title „Schnittverständnis“ (sense of cutting), which is Ines‘ most favourite expression for her cutting art.

Hm, watching it now I miss the white hair from the first sketches and I think my eyes became much too sleepy.
Hairdresser Ines

Well, but right now I have to pause, because I have to finish some drawing jobs first to be able to pay my rent next month.

But my plan is to get a big cutout of the Ines illustration in the end and to tag that on the wall of the barbershop.

Like the cool and inspiring street art images in my street…