The Swedish Sigurd Falk (1993) works with numerous media, including paper, textiles, wallpapers and music. His works include complex, flowing images that remind of demanding street art. He creates with the “free association” technique. “Balance” and “contrast” are central themes that characterize his works.
Sigurd Falks creative process is mostly very spontaneous: he doesn’t sketch how a design has to look when it is finished; much more he creates a direct illustration. This often means that many of his designs end up in bins before they are finished. His work is inspired by everyday objects, but also by manga comics and street artists such as Keith Haring. Music also plays an important role in Falk’s life since he is a great Dubstep fan. During his work he uses to listen to it, supporting his creative flow.
He graduated at the Swedish Cybergymasiet in Arts in 2012.