Danny Doom

Germany 1982

Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti, Illustration, Abstract Art, Doodle Art, Painting, Murals


Danny Doom
Danny Doom
March 21, 2015
Alias of Jasmina Sevic, a researcher and author for Widewalls. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Science (Department for Journalism) in Belgrade in 2013.

Danny Doom aka Desur aka Kid Doom is a German contemporary artist who began his artistic development in the graffiti scene and took from there the way to a style appears as diverse as the materials he uses.

His paintings are composed of illustrative and abstract elements, which he put together with paint, spray paint or ink to complex arrangements. Some of his materials, such as dirt or coffee, are to provide the ground of his pictures the impression of a naturally aged wall and give them a random appearance. So the artist is partly from the influence on the resulting image and gets involved in the fire their imagination chance. In many details of his imagery he plays with hidden messages, riddles and ambiguity.

Over the years Danny Doom took part in art projects of all sizes, from small paintings to several hundred square meters of graffiti murals and was collaborating with numerous of artist, including Daim, Os Gemeos, Loomit, Seak, Banksy, Toast, and Alex One, among others. He was included in many exhibitions in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and USA.

Amongst others prizes, Danny Doom received the reddot Award, the If Communication Award and was twice New York festival finalist.

YearName of exhibitionMuseum/GallerySolo/Group
2015Game On – Don´t WorryOZM Art Space Gallery, Hamburg. D.solo
2012…think of all the stories we could have toldOZM Art Space Gallery, Hamburg D.solo
2012Death by fresh toastRetramp Gallery, Berlin. D.solo
2012Danny Doom vs. FlamatNeonchocolate Gallery, Berlin. D.group
2011Das WarsOZM Art Space Gallery, Hamburg. D.group