Charles Burns

Burns' high-profile illustrations include work for the Iggy Pop album Brick by Brick. His art was also licensed by The Coca-Cola Company to illustrate product and advertising material for their failed OK Soda product. More recently, he has worked on advertising campaigns for Altoids and portrait illustrations for The Believer. In the early 1990s, his Dogboy stories were adapted by MTV as a live-action serial for Liquid Television. In 1991, choreographer Mark Morris commissioned him to create illustrations that were then used as a basis for his version of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, calling it The Hard Nut. Burns's style was a source of inspiration for Martin Ander's artwork for Fever Ray, Karin Dreijer Andersson's solo project.

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Kamfer

Drops for både øyne og ører

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Caroline Bouyer

Caroline Bouyer f. 1972, bor og arbeider på Belleville-høyden, Paris. Kunstutrykk: dyptrykk og etsing.

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Daisuke Ichiba

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Håkon Bleken

Håkon Bleken (f. 1929) er en av Norges fremste samtidskunstnere. Han er representert i sentrale gallerier og museer, og har utført omfattende utsmykningsoppgaver. I tillegg har han et stort og engasjert publikum.

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Inger Sitter

Inger Sitter er en av de betydeligste norske billedkunstnere i annen halvdel av 1900-tallet. Hun spilte en sentral rolle ved gjennombruddet for den såkalte lyriske (naturbaserte) abstraksjon i norsk kunst i 1950-årene. Samtidig var hun sterkt sosialt engasjert i arbeid med å bedre kunstnernes kår. Hun er representert i en rekke norske og utenlandske museer og samlinger, bl.a. Nasjonalgalleriet og Museet for samtidskunst i Oslo, Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Trøndelag Kunstmuseum (en gave bestående av 200 grafiske arbeider), Moderna Museet og Nationalmuseum i Stockholm og Statens Museum for Kunst i København.

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Anita Tjemsland

"Det vi ser er stadig i forandring. Rommet blir aldri det samme. Poesien og tristheten i det som aldri kommer tilbake er noe jeg ønsker å fange i mitt nye prosjekt «lost place»".

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Elzo

Elzo Durt was born in Brussels in 1980. Following an adolescence drenched in skateboarding and punk culture, he graduated in 2003 with a degree in graphic design from the Ecole de Recherche Graphique (GraphicResearchSchool) in Brussels – and began to flood Belgium with his psychedelic and punkoïd images. In 2004 he opened his art gallery – Plin Tub ‘- in Brussels, as well as his own publishing house – two opportunities to exhibit his artworks and those of his favorite artists. At the same time he became responsible for graphic communication at Recyclart, the mecca to the Brussels underground culture. Up until 2006 he was also the artistic director of Voxer magazine. Over the years he established his reputation for designing posters and album covers for many different bands and labels – Thee Oh Sees, Frustration, La Femme, Le Prince Harry, Magnetix, Jack of Heart, to name a few . He also designed visuals for skate- and snowboards brands such as Carrhart, Rome and Flip, and for clothing brands like Lacoste and Step Art. Elzo’s cheerfully morbid universe can be seen today on magazine covers, festival posters, album covers, and newspapers such as Le Monde. With his works printed on silkscreen, he traveled all over Europe, and even crossed the Atlantic to exhibit his artwork in the United States. A Jack of all Trades, Elzo, and his Parisian friend Froos, launched their own Music label Teenage Menopause Records in 2011, releasing records from, among others, JC Satan, Scorpion Violente and Le Prince Harry. This again provided him with an opportunity to pursue his greatest loves: designing album covers, organizing concerts and, above all, partying!

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