Eismann is a young, Bavarian artist who creates stencil artworks focusing on the essential creation by hand-cutting several layers of stencil. He makes use of a large variety of different styles to patiently work out artworks reaching from abstract to photorealistic, always pushing the boundaries of detail and precision. With his influences coming from everyday life, nature and photography he combines the art of stencilling with various visual techniques like double exposure to create ambiguous massages or simply pure aesthetics. With his inaugural show in January 2015 Eismann already started exhibiting all over Europe including shows in Berlin and London.
‘Moon Child’ is the story of a boy reaching from the darkness of the nocturnal earth to the bright shine of the moon.
It is about loneliness and companionship – As the moon goes along with the earth, its light goes along with the boy and illuminates his way in wise guidance.
And on his adventurous journey through life, time and space the young boy gets to be one with the moon – living in a world of constant change and transition.
But no matter how desperate and hopeless his situation may be at any time, he always finds his way out of the dark and into the light.
The piece itself shows the situation from the boy’s point of view.
As he follows the light to get out of a dark cave and catches a glimpse of the moon sparkling above the sea.