41 years, tears tears tears.

While salty drops were dripping on the eastern German ground, caused by broken hearts and caged minds, creativity was rising from the ashes of post-war Deutschlands de- and repression. Spunky aka Reinhard Spunkner grew up in Dresden, one of the GDR’s epicentres. The father of two sons has gained reputation not only as a DJ and former record shop owner, but also as a photographer.

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Mixtape 67 by Spunky

Don’t call it Dunkeldeutschland. Cause TMM67 by Spunky is gonna put a goddamn smile on your face. A 2-hour-injection of music solely from the German Democratic Republic of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Along goes a cover picture by Martin Eder, taken from the Martyrium series as shown at Galerie EIGEN+ART Leipzig in November 2017. For serious sonic education tune in this Sunday at Radio 80000, 10 PM CET. It’s free.


Daisuke Hamada — Make Some Plants for Today

When asking Daisuke Hamada about his personal work, he said: “I shoot flowers!” – Perfect! We at TISSUE Magazine share this special love for all sentient beings including flowers and other plants. Everybody loves flowers. So enjoy this beautiful flip-through and feel what Daisuke Hamada states here.


TISSUE Magazine Residency
Koenigsklasse HfG Offenbach

Workshop with Uwe Bermeitinger