Works by the artist and calligrapher

Bed linen designs for Slabbinck Home Creations, Bruges, Belgium. Calligraphy woven into damask linen/cotton blend.  The text on the bed linens is Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day...”  On the pillow case are the word
Bed linen designs for Slabbinck Home Creations, Bruges, Belgium. Calligraphy woven into damask linen/cotton blend. The text on the bed linens is Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day...” On the pillow case are the words “Bonjour Amour.”
Courtesy Brody Neuenschwander
Ceiling painting for the Memling Museum in Bruges. Installation of seven canvases with total length of 100 feet in the 14th century roof structure of the Saint John’s Hospital. The ceiling painting was part of Neuenschwander’s SKIN exhibition, held in
Ceiling painting for the Memling Museum in Bruges. Installation of seven canvases with total length of 100 feet in the 14th century roof structure of the Saint John’s Hospital. The ceiling painting was part of Neuenschwander’s SKIN exhibition, held in the museum in 2008.
Courtesy Brody Neuenschwander
Prophet. Plaster of Paris over metal armature, with collage of antique Japanese documents. Height: 30 inches.
Prophet. Plaster of Paris over metal armature, with collage of antique Japanese documents. Height: 30 inches.
Courtesy Brody Neuenschwander
Metaalgrenzen (Metal Borders) — one of three monumental metal sculptures placed around the city of Bruges as part of an arts festival. This sculpture is the name of Jan Palach, a young Czech student who died by self-immolation during the Prague Spring.
Metaalgrenzen (Metal Borders) — one of three monumental metal sculptures placed around the city of Bruges as part of an arts festival. This sculpture is the name of Jan Palach, a young Czech student who died by self-immolation during the Prague Spring. The sculpture stands at water’s edge on one of the canals of Bruges. Measurements: 15 by 30 feet.
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Scene from the film “The Pillow Book,” by Peter Greenaway. In this film, Neuenschwander did calligraphy on all the actors and actresses, transforming them into living books. Made in 1996, the film instantly became a cult favorite, influencing a genera
Scene from the film “The Pillow Book,” by Peter Greenaway. In this film, Neuenschwander did calligraphy on all the actors and actresses, transforming them into living books. Made in 1996, the film instantly became a cult favorite, influencing a generation of calligraphers, graffiti artists, and filmmakers.
Courtesy Brody Neuenschwander