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On View: Low Bros’ “Wood Hood” at BC Gallery

Made up of brothers Christian and Florin Schmidt, German artist duo Low Bros recently opened a new solo show at Berlin's BC Gallery. The new works in the exhibition, titled "Wood Hood," allude to the contrasts between the rural and urban influences that the brothers experienced early in life. Their graphic design-oriented works take shape through a variety of media for this solo show — from airbrush to acrylic to screen printing. Low Bros deconstruct animal imagery, changing the heads of northern forest animals like wolves and owls into block-like, architectural formations reminiscent of deconstructed graffiti letters. "Wood Hood" is on view through February 8. See more after the jump.

Made up of brothers Christian and Florin Schmidt, German artist duo Low Bros recently opened a new solo show at Berlin’s BC Gallery. The new works in the exhibition, titled “Wood Hood,” allude to the contrasts between the rural and urban influences that the brothers experienced early in life. Their graphic design-oriented works take shape through a variety of media for this solo show — from airbrush to acrylic to screen printing. Low Bros deconstruct animal imagery, changing the heads of northern forest animals like wolves and owls into block-like, architectural formations reminiscent of deconstructed graffiti letters. “Wood Hood” is on view through February 8.

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