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Jan Paul Müller began his studies at the School of Design and Visual Communications in Offenbach. Beginning early in his youth, Jan Paul has had a vivid interest in the diverse styles of the New York urban art scene. After creating a fashion label in 2014, he has become publicly known and recognized as a rising graphic designer, mainly through various commissions for Ata Macias and Robert Johnson in Offenbach.

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Jan Paul currently presents his artistic works in an exhibition at the BANANA Gallery in Mannheim, featuring a few large-scale works as well as paintings created directly on the interior walls, transforming the gallery premises themselves into a work of design. For his artworks Jan is using Montana BLACK and ACRYLIC markers and inks. Jan Paul is one of several young upcoming artists that are supported by MONTANA-CANS.

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One of Jan’s favorite tools for larger scale works is the Montana BLACK Dye Ink marker 8mm round

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Montana CRUSHER 10mm filled with ACRYLIC water-based ink color shock white

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His works at the exhibition can be visited till 17th of July 2015. See contact details here.
More about the artist can be found on:

janpaulmueller.de
janpaulmueller.tumblr.com

Photography by ©Alexander Krziwanie / MONTANA-CANS