Andi Fischer is best known for his monumental paintings where individual figures and animals appear solitary on white-primed canvases. But creating his first lithographic series allowed him a completely different creative outlet to his primary working method.
For the lithographs, Fischer drew the design directly onto a polished slab of limestone, which slowed his usual drawing process down. This allowed him to compose a much more dense and detailed composition. All four works tell different stories and show well-known figures and motifs from his paintings, like the iconic crocodile, the lion or the tiny houses.
Each lithograph is hand-coloured individually by the artist which makes every work a unique piece of art.