聚焦艺术家,Lucy Bohr,德国柏林

德国艺术家露西•波尔将数字插画作为个人表达的媒介;她不断发展的作品集洋溢着活力、亲和力和青春的精神。我们在柏林万斯之家的活动上与她进行了交谈;一个一次性的体验,包括研讨会,音乐会,和艺术展览,支持新兴人才的工作,如玻尔。
我们在阳光直射的室外聊天;初春的午后,夏日的气息终于来临。“当天气足够暖和的时候,我喜欢坐在公园里工作。大自然中人的颜色组合形成了很好的第一组构图,我想,‘哦,我得把它速写出来!’”,她解释道。玻尔对城市文化、时尚和人际关系的多彩形象,源于他对朋友和陌生人日常现代生活的观察。她说:“我从人们的观看开始,通常是从咖啡馆开始的。”“我感兴趣的是城市环境如何塑造人们的体验——我们每天做的小事。”这包括喝咖啡,和朋友放松,拥抱爱人,或者吸烟。“相关的东西”,她笑着说

German artist Lucy Bohr uses digital illustration as a medium for personal expression; her evolving portfolio brims with vibrancy, relatability, and the spirit of youth. We spoke to her at the House of Vans Berlin event; a one-off experience including workshops, concerts, and art exhibitions that champion the work of emerging talents, like Bohr.
We are chatting outside in direct sunshine; it’s afternoon in early spring and the summer atmosphere is finally approaching. “When the weather is warm enough I like to sit in parks and work. The color combinations of people in nature shape up to be nice first compositions, and I think, ‘Oh, I have to sketch that!’”, she explains. Bohr’s multicolored images of urban culture, fashion, and relationships, originate from observing friends and strangers going about their daily, modern lives. “I start with people watching, usually from a cafe”, she says. “I’m interested in how urban surroundings shape people’s experiences—the little things we do each day”. This includes situations like drinking coffee, relaxing with friends, embracing a lover, or smoking cigarettes. “The relatable things”, she laughs

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