Zach Johnsen released a new hand finished print edition titled “Xanax”. Zach is an illustrator, fine artist, graphic designer and art director currently living in Portland, OR in the United States. His concentration is pen & ink, watercolor, and mixed media works on paper.
Brett Amory is back with a new print edition named “Waiting #179″. He is well known for his ongoing series “Waiting” (2001–), depicting anonymous commuters he encountered in urban settings; it was lauded for its psychological depth and representations of alienation in contemporary society. Those paintings are based on photographs taken by the artist, who explained he was drawn to subjects who appeared out of place, alienated, or awkward.
DOT DOT DOT will release a new print edition named “Handgun” soon. He is a very famous street artist leaving his mark on walls around Europe and especially Norway, in cities like Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Copenhagen, Berlin, Fuengirola and Malaga. His age and real name are not officially known. DOT DOT DOT’s artwork is on display in several galleries. His art has 1970s pop art references refreshed through modern street art aesthetics.
Kenny Random returns with a varied edition of “Hard Times”. His favourite subject is the silhouette of the man, which sometimes seems to the mad hatter sometimes a wanderer, walking down the city walls, playing with rainbows, butterflies and mostly cats.
The Dotmasters are back with a new print edition named “High Roller”. Born and raised in London, they are the offspring of C6.org, a new media based collective of art-pranksters. Active throughout the 1990’s, they bridged the gap between art and activism with attention snatching events that pulled no punches.
HUSH is back with a new print edition called “Nubian Princess”. Japanese artist Hush mixes techniques of graffiti, stencil, painting and drawing to create his geisha inspired works. These women are dressed in vibrant patterns which bring new life to Japanese tradition.
DOLK returns with two print editions named “Vandal” & “Idea Painter”. Dolk is one of the most recognized norwegian graffiti artists. His motives are often pop-cultural references put into a humoristic or critical context. Dolks works can be seen at walls in cities like Bergen, Berlin, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Oslo, Lisbon, Stockholm, London, Prague and Melbourne.