Graphic Surgery Gysbert Zijlstra (NL 1978) and Erris Huigens (NL 1978)
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Gysbert Zijlstra and Erris Huigens from Graphic Surgery derive their inspiration from the industrial or urban landscape, in particular, the strict functional character of steel structures, scaffolding and construction cranes. The temporary nature of these construction sites and the fact that they are not meant to be aesthetically beautiful fascinates them. The crane as the universal symbol of transforming cities, and the key element of Graphic Surgery’s visual vocabulary.