View from bar area towards Tresor’s Globus floor
Original medium: Japanese ink brush and watercolor paint on sketchbook paper
Signed and stamped fine art prints on museum-quality, cotton-blend paper with archival inks
TRESOR, KÖPENICKER STRASSE 70
Tresor may be known for its caged DJ booth, but when I explored its labrynthian confines I was most struck by the second floor. Globus, as it’s known, is an impressive display of club symmetry. In my sketch I wanted to communicate the cinematic way the dark, concrete entranceway frames a mass of shadowy dancers, all tinted by a background sunburst of orange light. As with all my drawings, the brushwork is rough and done with a quick hand to capture the frenetic energy that electronic music transmits.