The artist setting urban streets on fire, Alec Monopoly’s graffiti art has become the stuff of legends. Explore Monopoly’s elusive works of art.
Obsessed with pop culture, music, and cinema, Kracov invites you into his imagination with his colorful and animated works. Join him and explore his world.
Full of stimulating contradictions, Accardi combines Fine Art and Pop Art to provide a totally new experience: the nexus where old meets new.
A sculptor totally in touch with her subject, Dorit Levinstein uses simple line, brilliant color, and intricate pattern to give movement to her unique figures.
Using new materials to explore themes of life, love and death, SN is a master of the new medium. See where his art takes you.
The artist that paints the realms, Yoel Benharrouche materializes his vision into astonishing acrylic paintings, lacquers, and sculptures. Discover yourself in this mystifying work.
Cartoonists with a twist, F&G use their illustrations to capture the essence of urban society with their unique combination of materials and artistic styles.
Using the legacy of designer fashion and pop culture, Fred Allard revisits some of the world’s most famous handbags in the most intriguing way.
Always striving to challenge himself with new mediums, sculptor and painter Calman Shemi developed his own unique technique for his abstract works. See for yourself.
Randy Cooper reveals the subtle detail in the human form with only a light source, mesh wire, and a few simple, handmade tools.
He created the ‘trapeze dress,’ a garment that flatters all shapes and sizes, as well as becoming the predecessor to the avant-gardist wooden shop mannequin.
Working on canvas, aluminum, and new media, Nelson Fabiano continues to surprise his audience with his unique blend of medium. His iconic pieces are delightful.
Known for his one-of-a-kind pieces, Daniel Gastaud uses old master paintings, pop icons, and feathers to create totally unique works of art.
Battaglini updates the deeply traditional history of his Italian roots by combining images of master paintings with…
Self-taught French photographer and renowned physical trainer Herve Lewis specializes in images of the human body…
Animated by urges both familiar and unfamiliar, Paul Sibuet defies physical forces to liberate spaces in a combination that is deft, beautiful, sensual, and striking.
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.
Romero Britto considers it the role of the artist to be an agent of positive change. His vibrant, iconic style exudes warmth, optimism, and love.
Jonas Leriche uses his photography to create grotesque, theatric, and utterly stunning images that dig deep below the surface of his subjects.
The engaging talent with a knack for naturalistic painting, Moyal uses Swarovski crystals to transform his subjects into glittering masterpieces. You’ll need sunglasses for this star.
Inspired by the photorealism of Ralph Goings, Cesar’s sculptures and Andy Warhol pop art, he began building his collection of…
Fascinated by Pop art and gangsta culture, CLEM$ uses vibrant color and subtle derision to contextualize classic characters of Pop culture in iconoclastic images.
Deborah Azzopardi’s Americana is lively, provoking and humorous. Using flat, cartoon-like imagery and bright color Azzopardi draws women with refreshing, candid sexuality.
One of the most fascinating young contemporary artists in the Jewish world, Noah Lubin uses his fresh vision and invents the “Radical Judaica” movement.
Instead of using typical methods of oil painting, Young-Wook’s process involves painting aluminum and then scratching off the oil…
Tommy’s 21st century Americana combines the nostalgia of Hollywood’s golden years with the authenticity of recycled materials. A combination that never misses.
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