Marald Van Haasteren & Jondix "Arabdha Karma" Giclee Print - Deathwish Inc
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Marald Van Haasteren x Jondix

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Marald Van Haasteren & Jondix "Arabdha Karma" Giclee Print

Marald Van Haasteren is a fine artist based in Leiden, Netherlands. His approach is bold yet masterfully delicate, often times exploring ideas of elegance and beauty in nature. Marald has created work for a number of aggressive bands including Ghost, Bolt Thrower, High on Fire, Deafheaven, Kylesa, Wolfbrigade, and more. Recently he has worked on incredible visual collaborations with John Dyer Baizley for the Baroness albums "Purple" and "Gold and Grey".

Jondix was born in Barcelona in the 70s and studied architecture after finishing school. 15 years ago Tas taught him to tattoo and he worked at LTW for almost 10 years. In 2014 he opened Seven Doors Tattoo in London. 

Arabdha Karma refers to 1 of the 2 forms of Kriyamana Karma.  Kriyamana Karma is the daily, instant Karma created in this lifetime and that we create in our life because of our free actions. It refers to those which are currently in front of us to decide or act on.  Arabdha Karma - literally, ‘begun, undertaken;’ the Karma that is ‘sprouting’.

“I’m very excited to show the first collaboration piece that Jon & I made. We initially aimed to have this released for this years Fullbleed exhibition at Roadburn festival but because of the pandemic, we opted to release it through Deathwish. I’m not a religious or spiritual person, I find the title more than fitting for these strange times. The forced quarantine confronts us directly with our actions & hopefully will change our views. Although I fear that the current powers will exploit the pandemic to spread even more fear & hate, I do hope this will open the eyes of some & chance their ways.”

- Marald Van Haasteren

Museum quality Giclee Print.
Dimensions: 12" X 18" (Limited to 25)
Stock: Fine Line, Coarse Watercolor, 315 GSM

Poster tube included with each order. Ships within 7-10 business days.

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