October 14, 2021

The legendary BEAST Magazine is back after 19 years – for one last issue:#13 of 12. Printed! Coming 21st of October. PRE-ORDER starts now! LIMITED EDITION of 50! Read more ... Read full article

September 19, 2021

{ths} art prints are now available at Society6.com. Since {ths} won't create any new originals, this is your only chance to get official physical art from {ths}. Grab it, time is running out. ... Read full article

April 27, 2021

SOFT SUCK, the third monograph of {ths} is now available. 244 pages of artwork from 2009-2020. Fits in your pocket!* Guaranteed without text and comments! Several production sites guarantee smooth shipping all over the world. A dream come true! Get yours directly from Plastikcomb ... Read full article

February 17, 2021

REIHEN, the new limited edition book {ths} worked on together with (BBG) Aaron Beebe is now available (while stocks last). Get yours directly from Plastikcomb Publishing ... Read full article

February 12, 2021

A book with ”collages with no particular story“ and an experiment in editorial design created by {ths}, Thomas Schostok, (BBG), Aaron Beebe, beebegrafik.com Coming Feb 16, 2021 Published by Plastikcomb Publishing ... Read full article

November 8, 2020

Not by me, but designed WITH me, a new - printed - magazine called Plastikcomb Magazine, short PCM, of which I am especially proud. I have invested a lot of work in PCM, created a lot of layouts and graphics and I hope to have contributed a lot to the development of the... Blah blah blah blah. If ... Read full article

October 6, 2020

Now give it something on the ears. I was invited by the nice people of the "The Weird Show" for a podcast interview. I was very happy for this invitation and gave my best to talk about art, collage, inspiration and BEAST Magazine. So if you don’t want to miss the opportunity to hear my voice, ... Read full article

June 23, 2020

Small teaser of two bigger projects I am currently involved in: @46pgs and @plastikcomb_magazine Both projects are printed on a larger scale. Digital is dead. ... Read full article