Peter Erskine signing a HANDS gallery print

Peter Erskine signing a HANDS gallery print

I just received these wonderful pictures. Peter Erskine signing a huge 100cm x 45cm print of his HANDS on aluminium. This print is in my personal archive and will be sold maybe later for a good cause. Thank you Roland Wingenroth for capturing this moment. And thank...
The Grandmothers of Invention joined HANDS

The Grandmothers of Invention joined HANDS

I’m so happy to announce, that the Grandmothers of Invention joined HANDS. The Grandmothers are founded in the 80s by members of Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention. Today Bunk Gardner and Don Preston are the remaining members of the Mothers. The lineup was...
It’s fun. Always.

It’s fun. Always.

Two days ago I was at the Joe Satriani G3 in Cologne to meet John Petrucci and Joe Travers for a HANDS shooting. Both sessions worked extremely well, it was quick, precise, fun, and the results are fine. And in a quite moment I recognized the fun of this project, and...
A Special Musician – Tony Levin joined HANDS

A Special Musician – Tony Levin joined HANDS

Every artist I can add to the HANDS collection is something special for me. But some are more special, and in this case I am deeply thankful, that this legend let me take photographs of the ends of his upper extremities. He played bass and Chapman Stick on countless...
Jon Gomm & his HANDS

Jon Gomm & his HANDS

It is always a wonderful moment to confront a musician with a high quality print of his own hands. This is backstage with Jon Gomm. Later that evening he signed this special copy, which was printed on aluminium. Thanks for your support...
Another Milestone Reached

Another Milestone Reached

A few days ago this project hit another milestone. Now there are more than 200 artists HANDS covered. The last addition was the wonderful blues rock vocalist Sari Schorr and her band The Engine Room, namely Innes Sibun on guitar, Anders Olinder on keyboards, Kevin...
This is the goal for 2017

This is the goal for 2017

I got this picture on my computer, my phone, my tablet, in my mind, in fact everywhere to remind me about the final product of this project. The HANDS book will maybe not mark the end of this project, but it is as far as I look currently. And I am really thankful for...