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1UP X SIEGFRIED
Siegfried Gin and the sprayer crew "OneUnitedPower" (1UP) from Berlin Kreuzberg bring you a new Limited Art-Edition. The art installation consisting of 361 hand-numbered unique sprayed bottles of Siegfried Gin. By removing the 361 bottles (sold separately see link), the art installation was finally destroyed. However, the digital work of art lives on and will be auctioned off for the benefit of the children's home in Bonn.
Siegfried Gin und die Sprayer-Crew “OneUnitedPower” (1UP) aus Berlin Kreuzberg präsentieren Euch eine neue Limited Art-Edition. Die Kunstinstallation besteht aus 361 besprühten, handnummerierten Flaschen Siegfried Gin. Durch die Entnahme der 361 Flaschen wurde die Kunstinstallation endgültig zerstört. Doch das digitale Kunstwerk lebt weiter und wird zugunsten des Kinderheims in Bonn versteigert.