Alexander Biserama Becherer is a tremendously talented artist with a repertoire of sculptures unlike any I’ve seen before. This German sculptor uses an array of materials such as hardened polystyrene, wood and metal to shape muti-dimensional clusters of words and images with impressive size and intricacy.
Rowan Newton was featured back in February 2011, and it seems that Newton has been busy the past 2 years. Rowan uses spray paint, acrylics, and ink to create his gritty pieces that brings him back to EK.
Nathan Ota made his first appearance on EK on 2010. He incorporates elements of graffiti and urban art into his amazing illustrations and sometimes complements his unique style with other talented collaborators such street art extraordinaire, Risky.
Currently a Los Angeles based painter, Matt Lifson creates radical visualizations with his oils & spray paints. Where some of his paintings seem more like visual effects yet everything’s been developed by his hands. Mr.Lifson originally studied at SVA of NYC and continued his studies at OTIS in California.
UK artist David Walker works specifically in portraiture using a multi-layered style with spray paint. Walker enforces a strict “no brush rule” when creating his portrait pieces whether it’s to be viewed in the streets or inside gallery walls.