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Posted in New on January 8, 2015 by fremithi

I.M. Charb 07-01-2015

In Memoriam: Charb, Cabu, Wolinski, Tignous, Bernard Maris,  Mustapha Ourad, Michel Renaud, Philippe Honoré, Ahmed Merabut, Franck D.

Spray can maiden voyage at Teufelsberg, Berlin

Posted in New on September 27, 2014 by fremithi


First attempt with spray cans, wow what a start of this journey! It is going to be a long one, with infinite possible outcomes. More walls! Bigger buildings!

Teufelsberg 2014

This wall was obviously not big enough, approx. 200cm x 275cm. None the less, this technique has some benefits. No more scraping and muddling with brushes, and it doesn’t matter what surface you spray on. To be continued!

Artwork for upcoming Wight album

Posted in New on July 30, 2014 by fremithi

Cover artwork Wight album   Artwork (original version) for an upcoming vinyl album from the German rockband Wight. Definitive version of the front and back cover and the vinyl will be added when ready…later this year.



Through the Third Eye into the Unknown

Posted in New on January 8, 2014 by fremithi

untitled (2013) pen on paper, 50 x 50 cm

untitled (2013) pen on paper, 50 x 50 cm

New work based on the concept of  the pineal gland being a gateway into unknown dimensions.

Teufelsberg Berlin: Tag des Offenen Denkmals 2013

Posted in New on September 10, 2013 by fremithi


During the Tag des Offenen Denkmals in Berlin 2013 at the Teufelsberg, former NSA-site, Fremithi participated with this mural, it measures about 200 x 300 cm. It was made as part of a quest for the mystery surrounding the transition to the afterlife. What happens when we die? Where does the soul go? And how is the pineal gland, deep inside the brain, involved in this process?  Descartes called this tiny organ the Third Eye. The pineal gland might play an important role during the dying process, to ease the transition of the Self from its physical confinement into the realm of ethereal consciousness. It might act as a sort of gateway for the soul.

Inside the former NSA-spying complex from the Cold War, the mural remains hidden. Only those who seek to find it during the guided tours that are conducted throughout the year, will be rewarded with a glance into another reality.

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An impression from the Teufelsberg site:




Exhibition at Nerdlab: Alternate Realities, part of E-pulse Festival 2012

Posted in New on June 4, 2012 by fremithi

Within the E-pulse festival, Fremtihi will take part in the exhibition of Alternate Realities, at the Nerdlab in Electron, Breda. Opening is on October, 26.


Machines from the future, or from the past? A universe where all sense of scale and proportion is broken down. A loose collection of parts put back together, although technological and organic in form, without apparent meaning. Elemental particles in an anatomy lesson of the universe revealing the unknowable word of God.

Untitled 2012, oil and acrylic on cotton, 220x160

Untitled, (2012), oil and acrylic on cotton, 220 x 160 cm

Untitled 2012

Untitled (2012), oil and acrylic on cotton, 192 x 160 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled(2011), charcol on paper, 200 x 220 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled (2011), oil and acryic on cotton, 200 x 160 cm

Untltled, 2012

Untitled (2012),  Ink on paper,  21 x 30 cm

Untitled, 2012

Untitled (2012), Ink on paper, 21 x 15 cm

Untitled, 2012

Untitled (2012), Ink on paper, 42 x30 cm

Untitled, 2012

Untitled (2012), Ink on paper, 42 x 30 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled (2011), Ink on paper, 15 x 10 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled (2011), Ink on paper, 15 x 10 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled (2011), Ink on paper, 10 x 15 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled (2011), Ink, gouache, acrylic on paper, 42 x 30 cm

Untitled, 2011

Untitled (2011), Ink, acrylic op paper, 42 x30 cm

Possibilities of the unknown

Posted in New on March 4, 2012 by fremithi

Untitled 1 (2012), 200x150cm, oilbar and acrylic on canvas

One of the things that keeps my clock ticking is the inability  to fully know or comprehend what is out there. That state of slight fear and expectation, while descending into the ultimate mystery of existence is one of the emotions I tried to put into this work.

Untitled 2 (2012), 200x230cm, pressed charcoal on paper

The concept of a Chimera, an ancient Greek mythological beast crafted (or welded?) together from parts of different animals intrigues me. In ancient times often a harbinger of disaster, a modern age Chimera could be some sort of doomsday machine. It could be lurking in your veins, or float above your head in the sky…