Never stop moving

Folding Table by MadC

Limited to 100 pieces worldwide

It is a three-dimensional piece of art, a changeable sculpture, that also is an everyday object in use. A table that sparks curiosity and that adapts to peoples' different life situations.

Never stop moving


“I have been painting in the streets for more than 25 years, interacting with people who didn't expect to come across art. Catching the spirit of experiencing art by surprise was my goal when creating this table.”

— MadC

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Meet the Artist

MadC was born as Claudia Walde in Germany in the 1980s. Throughout 26 years of constant engagement with art, in the streets as well as in galleries, she worked her way up from a teenager starting off with a spray can to one of the world’s top urban contemporary artists. MadC’s monograph “From Street to Canvas”, written by Luisa Heese, was published by HENI London in 2021. Her canvases are exhibited in solo and group exhibitions worldwide and are sought after by art collectors. But she also always had this immediate connection with the street itself, which shows in the numerous colorful murals she painted around the world. MadC was invited to paint murals for Sinkka Museum in Finland, The Dulwich picture gallery in London, for the city of Abu Dhabi in the UAE and by the prestigious Mural Arts Program in Philadelphia, just to name a few.

Her most recent work can be found as a spectacular, permanent installation at the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt Germany, which was finished in May 2024. Also in June 2024, Museum Reinhard Ernst will open its doors in Germany, featuring five of her stunning glass pieces, produced by renown Derix Glasstudios. MadC has worked with the museum and Maki and Associates architects to create the permanent glass installations for the museum building.

MadC’s style has its roots in graffiti art, resulting in vividly colored, dynamic calligraphy and transparency where all layers shine through and thereby capture the energy of painting on a massive scale in the street, without using a direct graffiti language. Her unique use of color, composition and layering are perfectly paired with the spontaneously and fast painted lines of the calligrapher. The abstract paintings boast of energy and depths. They draw you in and capture the viewer in a universe universally understood, surpassing languages and cultures.

Read more about MadC on her Website. Or meet her on Instagram.