Maximilian „Maxi“ Schafroth (* 1985 in Memmingen) ist ein deutscher Kabarettist, Schauspieler, Moderator und Filmemacher. 2019 hielt Schafroth als bislang jüngster Redner beim traditionellen Derblecken auf dem Nockherberg die Fastenrede ..... / ..... Maximilian "Maxi" Schafroth (* 1985 in Memmingen) is a German cabaret artist, actor, presenter and filmmaker. In 2019, Schafroth was the youngest speaker to date to give the Lenten speech at the traditional Derblecken at the Nockherberg.
"Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley" (Spanish for "Torrente, the dumb arm of the law") is a 1998 Spanish dark comedy written, directed and starred by Santiago Segura and produced by Lolafilms. Characterized by its deliberately thick, cartoonish humor, it had a positive reception from the public and critics, making Torrente part of Spanish contemporary popular culture. (Quoted from Wikipedia.org) ...... Watercolour on paper, 24 x 32 cm ...... トーレンテ
Santiago Segura Silva (born 17 July 1965) is a Spanish actor, screenwriter, director and producer of Spanish cinema, popular for its pentalogy film series Torrente. He also worked to a lesser extent as a TV presenter, voice actor and comic writer, as well as being an original collector. (Quoted from Wikipedia.org) ....... Ink on paper, 21 x 29,7 cm ....... サンティアゴ・セグラ
Timna Brauer (Hebrew: תמנע בראואר; born May 1, 1961) is an Austrian-Israeli singer-songwriter, and the daughter of painter, writer and singer Arik Brauer. She collaborates with the Israeli pianist Elias Meiri and represented Austria at the Eurovision Song Contest 1986, singing "Die Zeit ist einsam" (English: Time is Lonely). (Quoted from Wikipedia.org) . . Ink on paper (coloured with Photoshop), 21 x 29,7 cm
Arik Brauer (Hebrew: אריק בראואר; 4 January 1929 – 24 January 2021) was an Austrian painter, printmaker, poet, dancer, singer, and stage designer. He resided in Vienna and Ein Hod, Israel. Brauer was a co-founder of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, together with Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf Hausner, Fritz Janschka, Wolfgang Hutter and Anton Lehmden. (Quoted from Wikipedia.org) . . . Ink on paper, 21 x 29,7 cm