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I term these drawings “blind” as they were made with a marker, with my eyes closed. To make matters even more interesting and unpredictable, I did not draw straight lines, but deviated into ornamentally distorted lines. The subsequent filling of the shapes with black paint was accomplished afterwards, with eyes open.

Blind
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (ANGST)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (TOT)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (FACE)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm

Can you really decipher a face? I can't... See also: EXPLORE EGON
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (SWASTIKA)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (MALE FEMALE SIAMESE)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (DEUTSCHE BANK)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (CAD)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm

In this CAD – Computer Assisted Design – drawing, I am the computer.
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (TYPEFACES)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm

EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (5. JULI 1989)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
EGON ZIPPEL / Online Archive Blind Acrylic and marker pen on paper
BLIND (INRIEUROÖKOSEX)
1989
Acrylic and marker pen on paper
36" x 48", 92 x 122 cm
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