Exhibitions

  1. "Line Tamer" by Damien Weighill

    by Jonatan Erlandsson

    Being a line tamer isn’t easy. There’s doodles, thingies and twists. Eyes, ears, tears and fears all channeled through a renowned illustrators han...
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  2. "Courtside Legacy" by Kevin Couliau

    by Fredrik Svanberg

    Award winning documentarist, artist and avid basketball enthusiast Kevin Couliau exhibits 9 works from his extensive career of traveling the globe, capturing the very essence of basketball.

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  3. "Hidden meanings" by TEZ

    by Fredrik Svanberg

    Working alongside renowned street artists, TEZ has established his recognisable geometric shapes that allow for playful interactions between his ...
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  4. "Passion for Symmetry" by Costas Spathis

    by Fredrik Svanberg

    Being both an architect and a photographer, Costas finds inspiration from cityscapes via aerial views, minimalistic and symmetrical patterns that...
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  5. "Bananas and crying boys" by Shuby

    by Jonatan Erlandsson

    Shuby's street art began in 2006 with work inspired by the singer and dancer Josephine Baker, illustrator Martin Sharp and film maker Busby Berkeley's, 'Lady In The Tutti Frutti Hat'. The common motif of the three being the banana. Shuby has pasted her collaged posters in many destinations around the world from busy cities like New York, London, Paris and Sydney to abandoned worlds of Doel, Belgium and Teufelsberg spy station, Berlin. Her banana and bunny motif have become a naughty but innocent calling card, instantly recognizable and intrinsically humorous.
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  6. "Tokio_Kid" by Yuto Yamada

    by Jonatan Erlandsson

    Yuto Yamada is a Japanese photographer living in Berlin. Yuto was born and raised in Tokyo and specializes in taking photos of cityscapes particularly at night, abandoned structures, landscapes and portraits. He also incorporates his skills as a graphic designer for editing his photography which helps him create a unique image of his vision.
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