idlebeats

IdleBeats Screen Printing & Graphic Arts Studio

Shanghai, China · 106 Sales

idlebeats

IdleBeats Screen Printing & Graphic Arts Studio

Shanghai, China 106 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   IdleBeats is an artist duo and the first independent screen print studio in China, founded in 2009 by Nini Sum(China) and Gregor Koerting(Germany).

IdleBeats is known for their cross-culture but China-inspired artworks, their ability of wandering between a wide range of art mediums, as well as their non-stop exploration of new styles and the language of screen printing. The duo dedicates to bring soulful print art and the fresh Chinese look to the world, their prints have attracted collectors worldwide also gained attention from global medias such as BBC and CNN.

In addition to print making, Nini and Gregor also create illustrations, album covers, oil paintings, comic books, sculptures, and experimental work. They are often invited to crossover projects and live art performance, as well as exhibitions and art fairs across the world, the recent ones include Druck Berlin Festival and Art Print Asia Exhibition Sydney.

In July 2015 IdleBeats opened IB Print Club -a local community-based screen printing space and print store offshoot of IdleBeats. In November they initiated a continues silkscreen exhibition series ‘Tale of Two Cities’, first one featuring FrenchFourch from Paris.



Selected Exhibitions

Tale Of Two Cities #1, IdleBeats[Shanghai] x FenchFourch[Paris]
2015, UNDEF/NE M50, Shanghai China,
Art Print Asia Exhibition 2014, Newsagency Gallery, Sydney Australia,
Chinese Spring II 2014, Stieglitz19 Gallery, Antwerp Belgium,
Druck Berlin Festival 2013, Urban Spree, Berlin Germany,
Flatstock 2013, Hamburg Germany,
‘IdleBeats Print Show’ 2013, TuJiao Art Space, Chengdu China
IdleBeats Poster Art Show 2011, Foundry Gallery, Shanghai China.
‘A Nice Set Exhibition’ 2009, SOURCE, Shanghai China

Announcement
Last updated on Mar 25, 2016

IdleBeats is an artist duo and the first independent screen print studio in China, founded in 2009 by Nini Sum(China) and Gregor Koerting(Germany).

IdleBeats is known for their cross-culture but China-inspired artworks, their ability of wandering between a wide range of art mediums, as well as their non-stop exploration of new styles and the language of screen printing. The duo dedicates to bring soulful print art and the fresh Chinese look to the world, their prints have attracted collectors worldwide also gained attention from global medias such as BBC and CNN.

In addition to print making, Nini and Gregor also create illustrations, album covers, oil paintings, comic books, sculptures, and experimental work. They are often invited to crossover projects and live art performance, as well as exhibitions and art fairs across the world, the recent ones include Druck Berlin Festival and Art Print Asia Exhibition Sydney.

In July 2015 IdleBeats opened IB Print Club -a local community-based screen printing space and print store offshoot of IdleBeats. In November they initiated a continues silkscreen exhibition series ‘Tale of Two Cities’, first one featuring FrenchFourch from Paris.



Selected Exhibitions

Tale Of Two Cities #1, IdleBeats[Shanghai] x FenchFourch[Paris]
2015, UNDEF/NE M50, Shanghai China,
Art Print Asia Exhibition 2014, Newsagency Gallery, Sydney Australia,
Chinese Spring II 2014, Stieglitz19 Gallery, Antwerp Belgium,
Druck Berlin Festival 2013, Urban Spree, Berlin Germany,
Flatstock 2013, Hamburg Germany,
‘IdleBeats Print Show’ 2013, TuJiao Art Space, Chengdu China
IdleBeats Poster Art Show 2011, Foundry Gallery, Shanghai China.
‘A Nice Set Exhibition’ 2009, SOURCE, Shanghai China

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Christian Loggins

Christian Loggins on Mar 25, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

This item shipped extremely fast and I am astounded by its beauty in person. I will definitely be ordering something from them again.

Anonymous on May 31, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Everything went perfect and it was very exiting to follow my parcel travel all the way around the world from China to Denmark. The art is as expected - great!!!

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