Nemo Jantzen, born in 1970 in The Hague, studied art, design and photography at the RTO Art Academy in Rotterdam. After his studies he moved to Antwerp to work as a graphic designer and poster artist, and at the same time he continues to develop his style as a visual artist. In his new works, the Dutch artist combines a very unique technique. Instead of working with traditional materials, he draws his works using only nails and continuous thread. He places hundreds of stainless steel nails on a wooden board and connects the threads from nail to nail until they become three-dimensional. Depending on the incidence of light, the perspective changes and amazes the visitor. This remarkable "way of painting" has aroused great interest among his art collectors.
Excerpts from collections:
GEM Museum, Netherlands, Museum POPA, Switzerland, Museum Diocesa, Spain, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, New York, Presidential Suite, Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas, Shannon Sedgwick Davis, Director of Bridgeway Foundation, Peru Contemporary Art Museum, Peru, Alcazar Financial Group, Dubai, Wheelock Properties, Singapore.
Excerpt of commissions:
Robert Griffin III, NFL American football player, Claudia Schiffer, Super Model, Nicole Sassman Celebrity Interior Designer, LA, VIP Box Staples Center, LA, Avi Weitzman, New York, Kobe Bryant Commission, American basketball player, LA.