7 years ago


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For us at MONTANA-CANS, it is immeasurably important to have a close connection to our friends and partners who use our tools. This need for a close correlation has led us to support and sponsor an amazing amount of incredible events and projects, and helped us to establish collaborations with numerous artists, brands and partners. We are grateful to be in a position to be able to provide this kind of support, and thankful for the abundance of inspirations and ideas that artists and collaboration partners from all across the world share with us. We make it a point to feature these projects and collaborations on our blog and and social media channels, but because of the fast-paced hustle and bustle of the internet, we have decided it was time to create a printed collection which contains merely a small fraction of the creative work we have been involved in over the past years. WWW.MONTANA-CANS.COM

48 2014, Steffen Seger,

48 2014, Steffen Seger, Berlin Moabit, Lehrter Siebzehn

LOOKBOOK 016 MINIMALISM AT ITS FINEST STEFFEN SEEGER Watching Steffen Seeger create his artworks is mesmerizing. His quirky self-made tools and swift smooth strokes seem to come so naturally, almost effortless. The Berlin-based artist has his roots in graffiti street art and has evolved over the years by disengaging himself, and reducing and abstracting his work. Today Seeger belongs to the most wanted illustrators in the world, creating and performing for major brands such as HUGO BOSS, or Absolute Vodka. One sure thing about the Seeger-style is that it’s unbelievably distinguishable: his minimalistic, black-and-white, „one line technique“ and multiple line projects are incomparable to any other artist. > 49

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