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Montana LOOKBOOK 2018

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The new MONTANA-CANS LOOKBOOK 2018 out now featuring special MONTANA-CANS products, brand collaborations, events and artists. At MONTANA-CANS we benefit, as a team and as company, from working closely with creative heads, our friends and partners. In return, it is our pleasure to support events, projects and artists. In our opinion, a fruitful cooperation is the source for creativity, development and growth on all levels. We are fortunate and grateful for the fact that we are approached by artists and collaboration partners alike, who have incredible ideas and inspirations, is something that we are very thankful for. Also check the previous issues MONTANA-CANS LOOKBOOK 2016 and 2017

LOW BROS It has been

LOW BROS It has been very interesting to see the way the Low Bros have evolved and consolidate their work in such a strong way. They speak for today's generation when creating something new, despite the persisting things that connect and reoccur. It keeps tradition in the corner of their eyes while perpetuating the fact that there are roots and historyto respect and preserve. On out recent interview with them, they talked about how the character of wolves are the main characters in their paintings. LOW BROS connect with nature and they observe how society see's wolves as still a counter part of human beings and reflect their inner state and behavior. Don’t forget to go check our recent interview with them on our Blog: Photography by Jordan Katz & Manuel Wagner | MONTANA-CANS the counterpart “Hiding the eyes and their personality with reflecting shades and coated with a stone-like surface, they keep a certain distance and appear more like a projection screen for the generation of the digital age,” affirmed the Low Bros. They have started working on their next solo exhibition, which will be at Mirus Gallery in San Francisco in April next year. This will be the final chapter of a trilogy, together with the two latest shows: “Perfiction“ & “Wired”, at Golden Hands Gallery in Hamburg and the one at StolenSpace in London. Stay tuned to see what the LOW BROS come up with next, but in the mean time we keep their best advice for us: “Trust yourself rather than other people’s advice, if it comes to making art. If you want to walk an unknown path, you better not listen to those who never went even close to it.” of human beings 96

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