Born in Lüneburg (Germany), currently living in Hamburg, DAIM’s roots lie in graffiti art, he started hitting the streets in 1989 and is now world renowned and highly regarded by admirers, clients, collectors, and his peers for his incredible technique and precision. 2024 will mark the 35th anniversary of his studio practice which will be celebrated with a 35 years retrospective at the respected Woods Art Institute in Hamburg, Germany. DAIM holds the record for the world’s tallest mural (310 feet). The monumental work of art was commissioned by the Bump Festival in Calgary, Canada in 2022. His work has been exhibited in some of the top galleries and museums including the MACRO Museum Rome, Italy, Museum of Modern Art Bremen, Museum Marta Herford, Germany. In 2019 the Contemporary Art Center in Rouen, France featured a 30-year retrospective exhibition of his work. He has been commissioned and collaborated with high profile international corporations including Nike, DaimlerChrysler, Adidas, Volvo, Google and many more. 2014 marked the release of a 25-year retrospective monograph titled Mirko Reisser [DAIM] 1989-2014, by the respected Italian publishing house Drago. He has been featured in the books Cross the Streets by Drago, Addicted to Walls by author Anne Vieth, From Style Writing to Art by Magda Danysz, Still On And None the Wiser by Rik Reinking and many more. His work is nurtured from urban landscapes, while absorbing influences from printmaking, painting, and architecture. His geometric figures and letters obey the laws of light and shadow, but defy gravity and space, which ultimately results in transporting the beholder to new dimensions.