STUDIO CINDY BEUHLAH is a multi-disciplinary and independent creative studio based in hearth Berlin, created in 2012 by Cindy Beuhlah. 
The studio is working under the titles of visual artist, art director, designer, illustrator and maker. Born in France, Beuhlah moved to Germany in 2010, spent two years in Montreal from 2012 to 2014, had a little break in 2015 in Hong Kong to finally settle down in Berlin. She graduated in Graphic Design with a BFA from the superior art and design school Ésad Amiens in France in 2010. She continued her graphical and artistic researches at the Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar. 
Fascinated by the human body, face, and the natural world, Cindy Beuhlah seeks to illuminate those fears, impulses and aspirations that are intrinsically human by warping the perspective on innately familiar symbols and themes. Cindy Beuhlah aims to create emotive responses by utilizing ambiguity to juxtapose the physical world with ethereal concepts. 
Her work has been featured in Design Made in Germany, TIME Tech, Gestalten, Page, Design You Trust. Beuhlah's clients include: Berlin Student Film Festival, Soundbrenner, Kulturspace, Ritter Sport, Paulette Magazine, Pornceptual Magazine, OSTRALE - Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst,, Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau, CYNETART and LAUTHALS, Book A Street Artist, The Navigator Company, and currently for Fab Lab Berlin.

STUDIO CINDY BEUHLAH is represented by Romeo & Fils, Montreal
STUDIO CINDY BEUHLAH is usually available for commissions!
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2014, Little Dudes — Villa Neukölln, Berlin, Germany
2014, Puces Pop, Montreal, QC, Canada
2013, Erotic’Art — Pôle étudiant, Nantes, France
2013, EXPLORATION — USINE 106u, Montreal, QC, Canada
2013, EXTASE — USINE 106u, Montreal, QC, Canada
2012, Un Tour De Mains — CAFISOL , L’Aigle, France
2012, Un Tour De Mains — Université Paris 8, Paris, France
2011, Amnesia / Memoria — Maison de la Culture, Amiens, France
2010, Amnesia / Memoria — Marke.06, Weimar, Germany
2010, Suspended Spaces — La Galerie de L’École Supérieur d’Art et Design, France
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