Born in 1989
Category: Pop Art and Street Art Paintings
Technique: Acrylic Mixed-media on Canvas
Jisbar is today one of the most prominent figures of his generation in the world of pop-street art. His works, a mix of reality and fiction, offer another perspective on the outside world. The artist has worked with important players from the fashion industry and entertainment business such as DJ Snake, Cardi B, Giorgio Armani, Belvedere, BMW and many more. His creations are an invitation to discover or rediscover the most famous works of art mixed with the codes of pop culture.
Born in 1979
Technique: Mixed Media, Spray Paint and Acrylic
James Dillon Wright aka Dillon Boy is an American born artist who has gained an international following through his recognizable D-BOY character and his swank depictions of pop culture, blending lowbrow subjects and famous icons into visual narratives with spray paint. His style is deeply rooted deep with personal philosophy, freedom of expression, and childhood inspirations. He has exhibited internationally since 2007 and has received critical reviews in magazines alongside contemporary artists such as Bansky, Shepard Fairey and D*Face.
Born in 1970
Technique: Modern photographic perspective, contemporary painting, graffiti, digital art and collage
Bouteiller studied plastic arts and philosophy at the University of Aix-en-Provence, before starting to travel in New York, London, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai. In 2009, when he exhibited in the Galerie DX in Bordeaux, he got closer to the Street Art. From this form of art, Cédric Bouteiller takes symbols, graffiti, stencils and posters. His artworks are composed by printed images, collages, drawings and tags on brush aluminium covered with a translucent resin. His artistic expression is a combination of different techniques, a mixture of modern photographic perspective, contemporary painting, graffiti, digital art and collage. Bouteiller is an alchemist, a mystic alchemy transcending his human condition, a mystic alchemy raising his conscience; the artist speculates on the oxidization of the substance, the stiffening of the plasticizer and the evaporation of the painting.
Born in 1998
Category: Pop Art Paintings
Technique: Acrylic on Canvas
Giordan Rubio is a young and fast-growing talent from France who has exhibited his work in Switzerland, Germany, France and the USA. Drawing inspiration from legends such as Warhol, Haring, Basquiat and Rothko, as well as from words and language sources, he composes works that combine tastes of nostalgia with firmly contemporary expressions. He merges semi-figurative forms with vibrant colors and a percussive spirit, achieving an aesthetic marked by strength, irony, and social comments. Giordan worked with Maison Hermes for limited collections and you can also see his art on some Super Cars’coverings.
Born in 1971
Shawn Kolodny is an American artist, living and working in Manhattan, New York, Miami and Florida. Kolodny’s work confronts the infinite cycle of fake fulfillment shaped by modern society’s addiction to ego, using the most sought-after brands and the most addictive drugs as a visual medium. Among many of Shawn’s collectors you can find Eva Longoria, Nobu Matsuhista, Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers, Josh Norman, Redskins, Brett Ratner, Lang Lang, Gloria and Emilio Estefan.
Born in 1953
Technique: Oil on canva
Working on a variety of perceptual levels, Philippe Huart lets you visit his intimate diary entries and takes you for a tour of his fantasies. His canvases suggest several different readings – aesthetic, message-laden, lyrical and realistic in a fictional take on the everyday – for both the uniformity and the disorder of the visual information that is bombarding us. His paintings are invigorated by intentions or rather provocations that do not represent but instead create another reality, which each viewer, depending on her experiences, emotions, and cultural background, can bring her own sensitive or cognitive response.
Born in 1985
Category: Contemporary Art, Paintings and Photography
Technique: Crystal Archive Paper
After having completed a Bachelor of Photography at Griffith University in Brisbane, Clara has contributed to a number of exhibitions in Australia, China, UK, USA as well as in Sweden. Initially Clara Hallencreutz specialized in commercial photography, which is vividly expressed in her contemporary photographic art with its graphic expression. The tone of her artworks is amusing and carefree, featuring bold dynamic colours isolated in a clean surrounding. Often her images portray a small-scale installation of everyday objects painted with a pop artist palette. The inspiration varies and is influenced by the visual language of art movements including surrealism, geometric abstraction and pop art. The colours play a key role in the connection between the viewer and the work, while the object portrayed simply plays a supporting part. Shades, texture and form inject the emotional impact.
Category: Abstract and Contemporary Paintings
Technique: Acrylic and Oil
Rob Pennino is an international contemporary artist. His art’s motto is to live in the moment because life is short. The positive outlook on life is reflected in his artwork. The pieces vary from acrylic painting to oil painting. Inspiration comes from everywhere, which is a party of colors that blend and are soothing to the eye. Among many of Rob’s collectors you cand find Jen Selter and Amanda Cerny.
Category: Surrealism Paintings
Technique: Oil on canvas and Gyclée print
Yrjö Edelmann was born in 1941 and moved from Helsinki in Finland to Sweden with his family ten years later. He started to draw at an early age, initially in comic strip magazines, and worked for many years as an illustrator with the publishers Åhlén & Åkerlund in Stockholm. Towards the end of the 1950s he studied freehand drawing at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Influenced by French surrealism with its irrational, dreamlike motifs, he developed his own pictorial language and also experimented with hyperrealism before becoming increasingly engrossed in his packages, wrapping paper and pieces of string. His paintings play with shapes and shades, with proportions and the properties of colour. His creations challenge our senses, capturing the sensation of hovering between what truly exists and what is merely the shadow of a dream.
Born in 1961
Category: Contemporary and Minimalist Paintings
Technique: Acrylic on Canvas and Paper
Luca Brandi is an Italian artist born in 1961 in Florence, where he still lives. He started to take an interest in painting as early as the age of 9, when he began helping his teacher to paint icons in a number of churches in Florence. He studied with Paolo Galletti, from whom he learned the theories on the separation of the geometric form through paint and colour. After studying figurative and abstract art, he discovered a passion for minimalism. Today, his technique is based on the layering of metallic colours, creating a unique texture and inspiring a certain type of mood.
Born in 1964
Category: Abstract and Relief Paintings
Technique: Calicot, acrylic, paper and glue
It was Henri Baviera who introduced Galassi to intaglio printing and had him work the printing press at his side. In 1999, Galassi took a course in engraving and began to create his own works under the gracious watch of Baviera. His engravings inspire imaginary worlds. An artist of many great talents, he creates intriguing drawings, silhouettes and collages of great finesse in just a few pencil lines. Admiring the curves of René Galassi’s “Calicots”, we can imagine being rocked by the Mediterranean as the Mistral starts to blow or venturing onto the hiking trails that criss-cross the Alps rising above the sea.
Born in 1958
Category: Paintings, Sculptures and Contemporary Art
Technique: Mixed Media
Harmen was raised in Groningen in the north of the Netherlands. He works as a designer, composer and artist. He had the privilege to design beautiful commissions, such as the Dutch part of the horticultural world expo in Shenyang China, where he designed the pavilion, and several sculptures. Also, won several nomination and design awards. The spontaneous gesture of the brushstroke is becoming the subject of his paintings. He works in the tradition of abstract, expressionism and action painting. What you see is what it is, it’s not referring to other places or other ideas. Through his work with thick impasto he has also brought in two elements, which are light and shadow.
Born in 1989
Category: Animal Sculptures
Technique: Boiler making, stratification with flax fiber, bio-based resin and 3D printing
Pant is an artist sculptor whose works often show endangered animals. Working with facets allows him to embellish and accentuate the majesty of the animal, most often in movement. Through his style and technique, he wishes to reflect the life and emotions of a stolen moment. Conscious of the impact of men on the environment, he creates his works with bio-based materials and when possible from recycling chains.
Born in 1949
Category: Pop art Sculptures
William Sweetlove, born in Ostend, Belgium, in 1949, unites dadaism with surrealism and pop art in humoristic sculptures that at first sight may seem kitschy. However, closer familiarity with his works reveals their role as a creative antidote to the overproduction and overconsumption of our society. With his cloned animals William Sweetlove calls for greater ecological awareness and urges us to reflect on the consequences of the climate change challenging humanity. His cloned dogs wear boots since sea levels are rising and the penguins carry water bottles since we are running out of drinking water. William Sweetlove has had exhibitions at art fairs, galleries and museums all over the world. His works are found in several private art collections. He has also participated in different art exhibitions worldwide with the Italian Cracking Art Group.
Born in 1960
Category: Sculptures and Contemporary Pop Art
Erik lives and works in the south of France where his workshop is located. He is renowned as a custom painter and is long-considered as one of the great French references in the field by the specialized press. Erik Salin began his career as a Custom Painter and imposed his style and his codes. Involved by the Pop Art movement, his creations make us love and understand the world. His sculptures are timeless, modern, innovative and are represented in several galleries in international exibitions. Erik Salin sometimes uses his art to deliver a critical message about our way of living and thinking. His audacious and surprising works reflect the free and unrestrained spirit of the creator. Each painting, each sculpture is unique.
Born in 1976
Category: Paintings, Sculptures and Contemporary Pop art
Hardly able to walk, Géraldine handles pencils, brushes and paint tubes effortlessly and has developed a unique artistic sense. She graduated from the “Arts Plastiques” in Strasbourg and “Academie Charpentier” in Paris. Géraldine now creates sculptures and paintings and exhibits her work all over the world in exhibitions such as Artexpo in New York, Euroart in Barcelona, Art Gallery Show in Monaco and many more.
Born in 1976
Category: Contemporary Sculptures
His sculpting technique attempts to link the past with the present, bringing together the concepts of time and art. Stathis’ work is characterized by hubs, which are formed by blending together belts and stripes, before being encircled and embraced eternally. His sculptures combine modern aesthetic with the enduring values of classical sculpture, since the form has the power to define the artworks’ meaning and mission. The artist strives to redefine the form and hold it captive through time. His pieces can be found in major museums, art shops, galleries and private collections. Many big municipalities in Greece, as well as abroad, are elaborately adorned with his sculptures.
Category: Pop Art and Street Art
Addicted to pop culture and street art since his young age, it is from 2014 that Jeremy began drawing as an autodidact. He started by making portraits of his family and friends with pencils and charcoals. Jeremy quickly started painting, trying all kinds of techniques and took inspiration from Kaws, Alec Monopoly and Timmy sneaks. The common threads of his works are cinema, music and fashion which he represents by combining realism and urban art, playing with different textures and drips.
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