Artworks from Bram Reijnders

No Mercy No More

190 x 140 cm

On Request

#VisitOurGalleryAmsterdam

135 x 135 cm

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New
Still Alive - Magenta

170 x 130 cm

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Savages

100 x 170 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

110 x 220 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

200 x 100 cm

On Request

New
The Other Side (Limited ed.)

135 x 135 cm

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New
Game of Transience

170 x 130 cm

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Domingo

100 x 70 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

200 x 100 cm

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Post Paradise

140 x 100 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

140 x 120 cm

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My first wet dreams

70 x 70 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

170 x 130 cm

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Game of Transience - White

170 x 130 cm

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What if.....Monroe

190 x 140 cm

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What if...Bowie

200 x 100 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

180 x 130 cm

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Brand Awareness

185 x 135 cm

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Beyond Ruthless

200 x 100 cm

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Flirt me to heaven

200 x 100 cm

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Behind the scenes

70 x 70 cm

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#VisitOurGalleryAmsterdam

200 x 100 cm

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Behind the scenes

70 x 70 cm

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Flood

90 x 90 cm

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Shades of Time (Limited ed.)

135 x 135 cm

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Behind the scenes

70 x 70 cm

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Say hi to the coolest

190 x 140 cm

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#VisitOurGallery

160 x 140 cm

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Welcome to jungle paradise

180 x 130 cm

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New
Irresistible Bite (Limited ed.)

135 x 135 cm

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#OurCustomersAreTheBest

140 x 120 cm

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Bram Reijnders

"In a world where we are haunted by advertising slogans, political promises, media hypes and self-promotion on social media, I regularly ask myself: What is the truth?
If we have to believe all the messages around us, we end up in a filter bubble in which the truth has become a product.
In my recent works I show this universe through youth icons and snapshot photography of everyday situations from various cultures that in isolation have an alienating effect on thick layers of bilboards that I 'rob' from big cities. These are almost animal traces left by man in his attempt to draw attention to the “Urban jungle”.

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