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German artist Hendrik Beikirch ECB, recently released his first ever limited edition artwork. After canvases and monumental murals worldwide, the artist decided to turn to a different medium.

German artist Hendrik Beikirch ECB, recently released his first ever limited edition artwork. After canvases and monumental murals worldwide, the artist decided to turn to a different medium.
His focus on elderly people of the street, strangers with unknown stories, continues with this release. Four-colored silk screen print with a limited print run of 100 copies, is entitled “Astor And Broadway”, and it’s based on a sketch that Beikirch did at the corner of Astor and Broadway in New York in 2012. The portrait is showing an older man, with a facial expression that shows gloom and cheer at the same time. This kind of portrait is a typical example of ECB’s work, and it is a great choice for his first print release.
The screen print is promoted and sold via Hinz&Kunzt, a street paper sold by homeless people in Hamburg, with all proceeds from the sale to the people in Hamburg who are in need.
See more detail and production photos after the jump, and check with us soon for more news on Hendrik Beikirch ECB, including his upcoming solo show with Ruttkowski;68 gallery in Cologne, Germany.

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