Sylvia Schramm



Sylvia Schramm has placed the focus in these three pop-and street-art-inspired unique pieces on the subject of uniforms.

100 x 140 cm


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Group of works of 3 works.

My unique artworks deal with the theme of uniforms. Uniform cuts and their details have never gone out of fashion and have inspired numerous designers (such as Ralph Lauren, Phillip Plein, Burberry, Balmain and also my own fashion designs). In the music and art industry, Andy Warhol, Jimmy Hendrix and Michael Jackson also liked to show themselves in public with such a “cult piece of clothing”. However, I would like to raise questions about the relationship between uniforms and fashion: Is it a militarization of civilian clothing or a “civilianization” of military purposes (Hans Christian Dany, “Fashion and Uniform”)? Does fashion uniformize its wearer? Is the “signature look” also a kind of uniform? Or is it just a look that cuts a “good figure”? Fashion illustrations from my own collections show that uniforms are an eternal source of inspiration for fashion. My works in digital painting on metal are pop-and street art inspired, but with the intention to convey a positive message: Uniforms For Fashion Only!

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Schramm’s artistic technique is Digital Painting, which she has developed into something unique using knowledge from painting. The motif is printed onto a metal plate using special, elaborate processes, creating a coexistence between the substrate and the paint. Clear resin, hand poured, runs in viscous drops from top to bottom, giving the colors a metallic, deep effect. This impressive unique piece is “weightily” set in a custom-made frame of industrial iron with shadow gap.

Gallery rail + steel cables + metal hook (hang in the frame hook) or: Use dowels.

Additional information

Weight 7 kg
Dimensions 100 × 140 cm

Digital Painting on Metal