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Otto Schade  x Roamcouch


JBmirai is happy to announce this exclusive collaboration between the two talented graffiti artists, Otto Schade and Roamcouch. For their first ever collaboration together they have released limited edition silkscreens and canvases. 

These beautiful works are now available for sale and come in different variations. Be the first to get your hands on this masterpiece. All prints are hand signed and embossed by the artists. The artwork is available for worldwide shipping and comes with both of the artists COA.


What does this piece mean to you?


"It's a useful way to say something about the increasing use of weapons on this planet and the leaders they just want to continue with business, not taking responsibility for the new generations (children) to stop fighting against each other." - Otto Schade


"He is a symbol of modern capitalism. Good and evil does not matter. Has it always been a way of thinking covered with capitalist thoughts since our childhood? The children with their pure feelings are telling him to cool his head." - Roamcouch


Otto Schade is a Chilean artist based in the U.K. After years of being an architect Otto became fascinated by Surrealism and abstract art, as a result it led him to turn his creative skills to painting, which has now become his strongest passion.

Originally working with oil paint on canvas, he has since consistently explored different styles and mediums - growing, adapting & changing his style to include other techniques such as collage, illustration and, stencil & free-hand spray paint on canvas and walls. The themes behind his compositions are treated with a sharp, ironic touch.

After moving to Shoreditch, Otto became interested in the local street art and once again adapted his style, this time to painting on the streets using the pseudonym “Osch”.  He developed his orb style for communicating his anti-war theme and his trademark ribbon style that emerges out of his knowledge of the use of space gained from his architectural background.

Roamcouch is a Japanese stencil artist based in Japan. He brings new meaning to “stencilism” and produces meticulously detailed and rich stencil paintings on canvas, and clean-cut screen prints on paper. 


Some describe his work ethic as that of a modern master, because he can take up to a year to create one piece of his work. His stencils involve an unfathomable and highly professional level of intricacy, with certain images requiring fifty different layers of stencil, which are all hand-drawn and hand-cut. His works involve such detail yet manage to portray a feeling of romanticism and fluidity, through the use of his selected subject matter.

Roamcouch was a former designer and resided in a more corporate setting. Several years ago he was diagnosed with a serious illness, which made him rethink his life and career. It stimulated Roamcouch to drastically change his life by pursuing his dream – becoming an artist.