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Last weekend we closed the doors of Club de Slasheurs. Instead of demonstrating the finale sale in our concept store and gallery with SALE-Stickers initiated a spontaneous photo shoot at the Club combining the different objects of fashion, art and lifestyle:

#1 Bunnies like fashion stories
Rabbit mask, shirt: J’ai mal a la tete, THE PHOTODIARY

#2 The Club
Wooden school chair, sweat shirt: Izzy not Easy, hat: Corona Lantana

#3 Fox in the sun
Fox mask, scarf: La Rogy, bottle: Fräulein Brösel’s Schnapserwachen

#4 The little ones
Baby dress: Lilly Marleen

#5 cool art
Art work: Sebastian Lechner / Kor Izoh, polar bear mask, Bomber jacket: J’ai mal a la tete

#6 Daydreaming
Flower couch, fox mask, hat: Corona Lantana

#7 Warming the heart
Coat: vintage, wooden school chair, rabbit mask, wine: Domaine La Louviere

#8 gypsophila
Veil: vintage, sweat shirt: Izzy not Easy

#9 Alles Nutten
Art work: Nomad Uno, Beanie: Corona Lantana, Skateboard: Build

#10 out now
Last view on the club


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to sully
=  1. To mar the cleanness or luster of; soil or stain
2. To defile; taint

Which side up? It’s a tough choice we make again and again. Some of us love the gleaming bulged side of the egg yolk up – where its liquid bursts and sullies the fried pieces of the egg-white and creates new unforeseen patterns. Some of us prefer the sunny side down, hard and hidden. Some of us can never make up their mind if this guck is appealing or disgusting.
What about people, art and life? Do we want the fascinating, disgusting, creative, sullying side up or down?
In Club de Slasheurs’ first exhibition SULLY SIDE UP. Five contemporary artists based in Berlin present their perceptions of urban life in their work.


Nomad Uno
Throughout twenty turbulent years, Nomad spent time at the centre of the Berlin graffiti scene and encountered life as a homeless street artist in San Francisco. Today, he has finally made it within the art world. From a penniless street performer, to selling his work to celebrities, he has witnessed society from the very bottom to its very top.


Kor Izoh
Growing up in the lurid environment of a family butchery, the artist turned to 80ies splatter movies and gloomy cartoons at an early age. These images had a strong impact and made a lasting impression. Today, his works have one thing in common: across genres they are inspired by modern media and the images it creates. Scenes of violence, anger and fear are an excessive exaggeration of our vulgar “tits’n’porn” culture. Such visualizations can be found not only in horror movies but also
in war reports, the news and even on the kids channel.


R T K C // Robert Kizielewicz
I prefer to work with pencils; water colours, acrylics on materials like wood and thick coated paper or things that I found in my environment! The source of inspiration for my work comes mostly from people: their moods, their behaviour, the sadness, faces, eyes, motion all the extremes in all its facets!


Kai-Alexander Donner
It was a long way filled with prosperous and less fortunate twists that led Kai-Alexander Donner to the art of painting. A longsome and surreal process guided him to follow his feeling of “this has to be done”. The artist admits: bottom line is that there is no element that is more contradictory to my character than art.


Sahra Zoë Polosek
Sahra Zoë is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Berlin, Germany. She works on various commissioned design as well as on self-initiated projects. Her fields range from illustrations for print magazines to the mood research and layout of directors interpretations for commercials.





/ Do you remember the dirtiest day of your life?
Kor Izoh: That depends on what dirt you mean?
Kai-Alexander Donner: I do. But I won’t tell you.
Sahra Zoë Polosek: I do.


/ What’s the best mask to hide a tainted / sullied character?
Kai-Alexander Donner: Lots of Humor.
Sahra Zoë Polosek: An even uglier one.
Kor Izoh: A well done pedicure.


/ How do you prefer fried eggs: Sunny side up or sunny side down?
Sahra Zoë Polosek: No eggs. Only balls.
Kai-Alexander Donner: Definitely Up!
Kor Izoh: easy over.


The exhibition still runs until 30th August at Club de Slasheurs, Großgörschenstraße 28, Backyard.
Opening hours of the Gallery: Thursday – Sunday, 12-20h.


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On the hot hot Saturday afternoon of the 5th July we opened up our Kindergarten for creative fools: Club de Slasheurs!


It was a magical afternoon celebrating the art show opening of SULLY SIDE UP. starring Berlin based artists Nomad Uno, Kor Izoh, Robert Kizielewicz, Kai-Alexander Donner and Sahra Zoë Polosek. We enjoyed the delicious wines of Domaine la Louviere, cold beers, Popcorn, cake, Exclusive Coffee and ice cream while mingling into the summer night.


Thanks to Tobias Vetter and Tripploss we all got tattoos – some of the kind that will stick forever and remind of the day where we were all sitting at old school tables once again sharing our dreams about butterflies and children’s games – some of the kind that only last for 2days in the new look of SlashMuse and Club de Slasheurs’ logos designed by Swedish graphic designer Olof Bruce.


DJ J’espère and KOLMER were a big support making sure we enjoyed ever minute of ice cream in the deck chairs as well as rummaging in our pop up store that offers fashion, vintage, accessories, jewellery, coffee table books, magazines, home accessories, post cards and an exclusive Poster edition by Berlin based photographer Marc Schuhmann! The product range is growing everyday now thanks to more and more exciting designer cooperations. So, just pop by and have a look at our Club!


We thank everyone who came from near and far away to join us for this beautiful day, we thank our fantastic sponsors and all our amazing helpers making this place happen!!



Club de Slasheurs
Thursday – Sunday 12-20h
July / August 2014
Großgörschenstraße 28 / Hinterhof / Berlin-Schöneberg



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Sebastian Lechner, bavarian artist running his riots on different surfaces, ornamented with an inked sausage.
He lives and works in Munich as Kor Izoh.




/ How would you finish these sentences, Seb?

A world without Pommes Frites is like…sooo coool….man!!! fuckin awesome.
Trance is a feeling of…dj asterix from israel.
Everything has and end but…ja ja ja,….the wurst has zwei.
Britney Spears is…kanye west.



/ Ok, first of all where does your name ‘Wurst’ come from?

▽ milan! i am a weener!


/ Talking about Wurst, could you be with a vegetarian?

▽ no, only if she would be a butterfly.


/ What are you working on at the moment?

▽ roses are red,
violets are blue,
i hate rhyming,


/ Do people show you their work and ask for your opinion?

▽ sometimes, but only if they are still in kindergarten.

/ Who was your childhood hero?

▽ Thomas Gottschalk, because his nose is big.

/ Do you feel very Bavarian?

▽ yes, but only in the ‘fitness studio’ Dachau (Munich).


/ These wide Jeans that hang somewhere under people’s butts, you call then saggy or baggy pants?

▽ sauna sweating in bad ailing makes me feel uncomfortable, they call me sweaty pants.


Do you believe there are dark forces out there that influence our behaviour (and I am not talking about the strong gravity that stops us from getting up from the couch)?

▽ 24 Stunden, Sat 1, lesbian couple with cheese soup that collects trash? No, i am afraid of the rabbit which turns up on easter.


/ How many tattoos are too many?

▽ kids can be horrible sometimes!


/ Ok, hand on the heart: snoop dogg or snoop lion?

▽ for shizzle.

/ Are there any exhibitions coming up soon?

▽ team titanic, 29.11….snakes, spiders and britney spears.

/ I can’t picture you with a moustache – ‘movember’ is coming up, so will you grow one for the good cause?

▽ bon jovi is giving me a hard time!



/ Cheers for checking in with us! Looking forward to your next show on the 29th November in Berlin!





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