Even for an airbrush and custom painting pro like Berlin native Marcus Eisenhuth, working with tape has long been an uninteresting and even unpleasant topic. He always felt it was difficult to consistently create clean and precise lines, curves, and graphics. But nowadays, he can’t imagine working without contouring lines. In just about all of his works and on an almost daily basis, he makes use of various tapes, which simplify a lot of the work and often make those works all that much better.
About the artist:
The artist Marcus Eisenhuth received his first airbrush device as a birthday present at the age of 7. Although he loved to paint and draw, he initially preferred the spray can to the airbrush. It was not until 2007, after almost two decades of designing facades, that the 39-year-old became interested in airbrush art. In 2011, he started his own business, initially as a sideline, and in 2015 he opened his own studio and training facility in Berlin. He is also involved in artist and graffiti accessory stores in and around Berlin, in order to bring customers and employees closer to the subject of airbrushing.