Graphic Surgery is a Dutch street art duo. A common theme of their work is the industrial crane and large industrial buildings. They see it as an essential tool in the growth of large cities.
The duo was born 4 days apart in the year 1978. The team consists of Gysbert Zjilstra and Erris Huigens.
Price range information: The duo has worked with paper, steel, and wood. Works range from 1000 euros to 5000 euros.
Below we view the duo create a work in Luxembourg:
The often creates work in black and white. In addition to murals the duo also creates installations and videos.
In this clip we view a great mural by Graphic Surgery from 2015:
Below a link to the website of the artist:
The duo draws influence from the De Stijl and Constructivism movements.
Graphic Surgery is based out of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The great abstract designs of graphic surgery are very pleasing to the eye. Their work is similar to some hologram patterns now seen on holiday shopping bags. Who would have thought industrial cranes could be such an interesting subject matter!