VOGEL

His work navigates the irony of a world in decay, fueled by the reality of inequity and injustice in a constant struggle against stupidity. “To be or to have” is inspired by the book of the same name by Erick Fromm Vogel that proposes the construction of collective imaginaries through mutual support, a response to rampant capitalism from solidarity collaboration.

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VOGEL

Graphic designer and street artist, since 2003 he has been dedicated to the art of stencil graffiti with which he intervenes in the streets with messages full of satire and resentment.

Illustrator, diagrammed and designer for experimental projects such as the collective Excusado Printsystem and Orfanato Estudio Graffiti founded in 2009 with reviews and national and international publications in various media such as Global and Mail (CANADA) Peel Magazine (USA), Fact (UK), Etapes (FRANCE).

Winner of the urban art scholarship of the 45th Salón Nacional de Artistas Colombia 2019, finalist of the important international biennial of Mexican posters BICM 2020.

His work navigates the irony of a world in decay, fueled by the reality of inequity and injustice in a constant struggle against stupidity. “To be or to have” is inspired by the book of the same name by Erick Fromm Vogel that proposes the construction of collective imaginaries through mutual support, a response to rampant capitalism from solidarity collaboration.

Buy Leviathan by clicking here

Buy To Be or To Have by clicking here

You can see more of Vogel’s incredible work at: