Magnus Gjoen

Magnus Gjoen examines how to change peoples relationship and preconceived notions of objects. Something which is potentially extremely destructive can be made into beautiful yet fragile objects of art. It’s this misconception of beauty which Magnus Gjoen wants us to see in a different light, being it weapons, animals or the human race itself.

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EK SHOP: MICHAEL REEDY

Michael Reedy Michael Reedy is one of our favorite artists here at EK. His level of detail and seamless blending of mediums within each piece is really amazing to behold in person. We were fortunate to have Michael as part of one of our past shows, and he definitely commanded his space with the quality…

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EK Shop: Christine Wu

Christine Wu is a fine art oil painter and overall image maker. Stylistically, her work is multi-layered with haunting and sensual undertones. She often depicts people in flux, capturing the vulnerability of self discovery while exploring the tangibility of memories and the way we remember. She is also an information collector, obsessive organizer and springtime…

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Artemio Rodriguez

What better way to celebrate the eve of our supposed ominous demise than with Mexican print making superstar Artemio Rodriguez?! Ya know, so you don’t miss out or whatever. Rodriguez has been catching some notoriety around the Mexican contemporary art community for his modern twist on a classic style that celebrates this amazing culture.

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Boris Savelev

Boris Savelev was originally an aerospace engineer, but has been known for his photography since 1976. He has experimented with traditional and alternative printing techniques and believes his scientific background has a “profound influence on his aesthetic.” He is often described as the “observational realist.”

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Franco Brambilla

Franco Brambilla is an Italian illustrator who loves Sci-Fi. Brambilla has done work for clients, such as Omnibus, Shake Edizioni, Abitare, Pulp, Ibooks Nyc, Sole 24ore, McKinsey & Company, and Pirelli Gomme to name just a few. Brambilla’s angle…grab a bunch of postcards from your grandparents era, throw in some sci-fi creatures and spaceships, and…

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