Explore the original works and collections of Eden’s fine artists.
Alec Monopoly's graffiti-inspired art is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on luxury and capitalism in modern society.
Originally from São Paulo, Brazil, Eduardo Kobra has become one of the most celebrated muralists of our time.
Obsessed with pop culture, music, and cinema, David Kracov's art invites you into his imagination. Discover his vibrant world of color.
Full of curious contradictions, Accardi combines traditional and contemporary art styles to provide an utterly unique artistic experience.
Dorit Levinstein uses simple lines, brilliant colors, and intricate patterns to give movement to her dynamic sculptures.
A self-taught prodigy in the field of 3D art and digital sculpting, Galy specializes in reimagined designs of well-loved cartoon characters.
Yoel Benharrouche's mystical works of art aspire to establish a sincere connection with his audience.
Using unconventional materials to explore themes of life, love and death, SN is a master of showcasing beauty.
Calman Shemi's colorful, music inspired paintings are created using his own originally developed techniques.
Metis Atash’s sculpture creations showcase a breathtaking mix of trends that mark our past, present, and future.
Cartoonists with a twist, F&G captures the essence of urban society with a unique combination of materials and artistic styles.
Jonty Hurwitz is on the quest to join the worlds of science and art, using never before seen technologies to create his world-famous sculptures.
Using the legacy of designer fashion and pop culture, Fred Allard's dazzling sculptures take inspiration from luxury handbags.
Named for the medium of his artwork, Plum rediscovers classic beauty through his own vision.
Daniel Gastaud uses master paintings, pop icons, and feathers to create his own style of ethereal art.
Dutch duo, Ruben and Eva combine their unique points of view with an uncanny attention to detail to create whimsical shadow boxes.
An artist fascinated by symbols and phrases of mass culture, Joseph’s work is a direct response to radical and political upheavals from the 70s.
Marco Battaglini's art is a twist on Italian art history, combining traditional paintings with both contemporary and romantic subjects.
Jonas Leriche uses his photography to create theatrical, mesmerizing images that dig deep below the surface of his subjects.
Fascinated by Pop Art and gangsta culture, CLEM$ uses vibrant colors and subtle derision to contextualize classic characters in iconoclastic images.
Randy Cooper reveals the subtle detail in the human form with only a light source, mesh wire, and a few simple, handmade tools.
Paul Sibuet defies gravity to liberate spaces in a style that is deft, beautiful, sensual, and striking.
Noah Lubin uses his fresh vision to reinvent the “Radical Judaica” movement.
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