Ottograph has made artwork for clients like Greenpeace, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mars, Ford, and Merecedes-Benz. recently ottograph has been getting international acclaim for his ‘fight the virus’ campaign.

this is a large canvas.

acrylic and ink on canvas – signed -2021
certificate of authenticity included
stretched: 85x150cm
unstretched: 95x160cm
coated with high quality lacquer , uv resistant
comes carefully packed in a strong cardboard tube

Spring 2019 Ottograph started painting his self-portrait on the walls of Amsterdam. His goal is to paint 1000 selfies(as he calls them). currently he’s working on nr. 245.
a poster and stickers of the first 100 selfies are included with the painting.

Ottograph is currently working on converting a whole office building inn the east of amsterdam into one giant artwork. he is painting the inside as well as the outside of the building.

Ottograph started painting on the subways in amsterdam, and evolved into making giant floor and mural paintings. Otto painted murals in Moscow, Berlin, paris, New York and San Fancisco.
Ottograph created Amsterdam’s first real 24/7 outdoor street art gallery at the Wijdesteeg, which became a massive hit on instagram #wijdesteeg.
Ottograph is collected worldwide.

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