Michael Moebius Works

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Michael Moebius came into the world in 1968, in the city of Pirna, Germany. Having developed a love for art at an early
 age, cartooning became his first passion. But in the then-communist East Germany, more pragmatic pursuits were the order 
of the day. Art would have to be put on the back burner while a formal education was pursued, and Michael decided on a 
career in engineering and construction.

It was during a stint working in a parallel field of architectural illustration that Michael
 Moebius happened upon a book featuring the pin-ups of Alberto Vargas. A new love affair took root, and Michael decided that figurative 
art would be his life’s work. He started studying painting at the academy of arts in Dresden, and in 1998 he got a big breakthrough. 
It was at this time, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, that Michael was able to make his way to the United States.

His talent as a painter
and photographer was readily apparent, and he quickly became a sought-after favorite of collectors. Michael has already been part
of major exhibitions throughout the US. His collector base and publishers include Playboy, Procter & Gamble, Laura BiagiottiVogue, 
Vanity Fair and other well-known companies.

Today Michael Moebius travels the world exhibiting at upscale galleries and events.