Katz & Goldt are the youngest of a whole generation of drawers. They are very likeable unaffected persons, bubbly, extrovert and dynamic. They love all the normal things in life — to shop, to keep fit, to dance till dawn exuberantly — and they are also very religious, drawing regulary in church and that in a most "disco"ncerning way. They say they had a very normal background as children, but their great passion was always for — as they say in Germany — Witzzeichnung. At the age of five they began studying national performance dance, and at the age of nine they started to study classical performance dance at the national performance acadamy. Smithsonian people — we love these smiles on your faces.

If Katz & Goldt appear to love Witzzeichnung more than opera, it is because with this genre they had their successes to date. Their versatility, however, also encompasses both: Gret Palucca dance mysteria and the heritage of Carl Barks. And they have — times have chanced — worked with many italian artists but also with one spanish artist whose name of course needs not to be mentioned.

Now their direction is embarking on personal and artistic revolution once again and a large part of their day is dedicated to formally studying singing. Katz & Goldt both send a tape of "Vissi d'Arte" from Puccini's "Tosca" and "Casta Diva" from Bellini's "Norma" in both classical and pop version to some person at Warner Brother's Paris offices. They are considered to be artists "par exellence" and despite of their age still very bubbly and dynamic.

Stephan Katz gesehen durch die Brille von Prager bzw. Budapester Straßenkarikaturisten:

Max Goldt gesehen durch die Brille von Prager bzw. Budapester Straßenkarikaturisten:

Eine Ausgabe der Wochenzeitung DIE ZEIT, fotografiert von dem Comiczeichner Stephan Katz