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Otto Schade

Otto has always felt an avid fascination for the Surrealists, as well as the freedom which surrounds abstract painting.

Otto’s painting ranges from abstract and surrealism to even urban art. Working mainly with oil paint and traditional supports such as stretched canvas, he also practices other techniques such as collage, illustration and stencil. The themes behind his compositions read in a personal, metaphorical sense with a sharp, ironic touch.

Otto’s painting shows a unique style, proving an inventive imagination as well as a refined technique.

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Rodrigo Branco adresses a particular topic: people. He gives to his characters no definition to its borderlines, strong colours and unusual faces.

Aligning a singular feeling, powered by the expression of restless traces, his work challenges us. Influenced by geographic questions and resignation of memories, the artist builds a research plan based in painting and traversing many fields like canvas, walls and paper between others.
Artist represented by Pigment since 2013.

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An Iron Giant in the Spray paint world.

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Wreckage International

Sculptor. Painter. Graphic Artist and Art Director.

Wreckage (International) studied Painting and Comic Book illustration under David Llyod (V- for Vendetta).
Contribute to the Paralympic Closing Ceremony.

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Yves Krief

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Yvonne Wayling

Yvonne Wayling studied Fine Art during the punk era of the 70’s where she was tutored by Bill Woodrow.

Yvonne has shown her work at the Truman Brewery Brick Lane alongside McAlpine Miller and Pam Glew, Rhapsody House Gallery Tunbridge Wells, The Saatchi Gallery London where her work has been exhibited alongside Natasha Law and Olly & Suzi and at the South London Gallery in a Michael Landy show.