Stefan Strumbel has created an exhibit at the Städtische Galerie Offenburg in Germany that showcases a new artist direction from him, away from his classic vibrant prints and modernized clocks.

The exhibit is a series of bronze and aluminum-cast sculptures. All have to do with the idea of “heimat”, which loosely translates to “home.” Some of the sculptures include life-sized beds, islands and fast food, paired with phrases like “Nowhere”, “Love 24 Hrs”, and “WTF is Heimat?”

For more of Strumbel’s work, check out his website. His work will be shown at the gallery until the end of January 2016.