“We know Oliver Sin for a long time now, but we first met when he was very young (about 14 years old). We met him as a guitarist, and we made a setup on his guitars then. As time passed he became a very good guitarist and a fantastic painter.
His art is “Contemporary” as they say, but it’s always more than that. He has something unusual for his paintings, and he always knows how to get attraction for them. His approach from the field of science is something new too.
Anyways, we met him regularly lately and something started to evolve, some new project. A collaboration of both of our arts. Something we can bring to a picture exhibition, and hang on the wall among paintings. Something we can bring to a concert-venue too. We decided to make an instrument with him (or more precisely: for him to paint), an instrument that’s a reference for one of his paintings. He choose the “Universe” theme to work with, and the child was born.
So here you can see where pure artistic minds can lead. The fields of arts.” Gábor Goldschmidt, master builder at Fibenare Guitars Co.
(120X80 cm, mixed media , 2012, Los Angeles (USA))
1st collaboration with the Fibenare Guitars Co., exhibited at NAMM 2013
2. The Paul Erdős guitar
(120X80 cm, mixed media , 2014, Los Angeles (USA))
2nd collaboration with the Fibenare Guitars Co., exhibited at NAMM 2014
“Why are numbers beautiful? It’s like asking why is Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
beautiful. If you don’t see why, someone can’t tell you. I know numbers are
beautiful. If they aren’t beautiful, nothing is.” — Paul Erdős
3. Arkyd (the birth of the asteroid mining industry)
(120X80 cm, mixed media , 2015, Los Angeles (USA))
3rd collaboration with the Fibenare Guitars Co., currently exhibited at NAMM 2015!