Berlin-born Kieling, currently a graphics student at Central Saint Martins, works across illustration, etching and linocutting, taking in subjects including portraits, comic-book style panels, bizarre scenarios and, as you can see animals.
(We’re particular fans of this cat/shark portrait.)
Kieling says his work is inspired by the Berlin grafitti scene as well as explorations into new approaches such as woodwork, moving-image and traditional print processes.
This solo show of his new work is curated by Liat Chen.
Kontrast by Christopher Kieling is at the Book Club, 100-106 Leonard Street, London EC2A from 10 May-17 June.