Adam Dix

Adam Dix did receive the Jealous Graduate Print Prize award in 2009. Issued by the MA Fine Art Course at Wimbledon College of Art. Adam Dix investigates the association between technology combined with our need and fascination with using and understanding technology in our daily life.
Adam’s Jealous Prize print edition is now held in the Victoria & Albert Museum Permanent Print Collection.

Dix’ paintings discuss a borderland between the virtual and real world, whilst exploring how humanity adapts to new modes of communication.
Since graduation Adam have had a great success. He has continued his work. Adam have been winning the FutureMap Art Prize and he has also been shortlisted for the Catlin Art Prize.

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Andrew Carter

Dawniprints Artist – Andrew Carter, graduated with distinction from the MA Printmaking degree at Camberwell College of Art, having previously studied Fine Art Painting BA at Central St Martins. He has completed residencies at the Braunschweig School of Art, Germany and the Triangle Arts International Artists Workshop in Namibia, Africa and has exhibited widely, most recently at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Read more

Andy Wilx


Andy Wilx is an artist, Illustrator, printmaker and teller of stories. His iconic images present characters and set scenes that explore the incongruous relationship between man and nature and questions how they co-exist. The animals that dominate his work are true character studies and it’s this that make the images so enchanting and engaging. Gold mixes with colour and permeates throughout Andy’s prints giving them a subtle iridescent quality while the use of intricate repeated patterns creates a truly unique style.

Thanks to his success in the art world, he has recently founded a new luxury home design brand.

Anna Marrow

Marrow has been working as a printmaker, illustrator and image-maker for 20 years. She studied Fine Art in Bristol and then Communication Design at Central Saint Martins, specialising in illustration. She makes surprising, sometimes humorous or alarming images by combining mundane objects and environments with exotic creatures and characters. Read more

Bench Allen

Bench Allen is a London-based Plymothian and an illustration and print graduate of Plymouth College of Art. Raised by Mother Nature and married to the Sea, his work is inspired by the beauty of the natural and unnatural world. Within his practise he explores the idea of the ‘wordless narrative’, leaving his work open to interpretation but with a consistent grounding to nature.

Ceal Warnants

Ceal Warnants graduated from The Royal College of Art MA in 2008. Her work explores the dark side of British culture. She is focusing particularly on ideas of youth and innocence. Her work is in creating subversive images of childhood. That question nostalgic, saccharine depictions of growing up. Ceal’s work is both darkly comic and disturbingly truth.

Ceal Warnants

Hoods

1.900 kr

Ceal Warnants

Boy

1.550 kr

Ceal Warnants

Girl

1.550 kr

Ceal Warnants

Bang, Bang

1.550 kr
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Charming Baker

Charming Baker

Born in Hampshire 1964, Charming Baker spent most of his early life travelling around the world following his father, a Commando in the British Army. At the age of 12, he and his family finally settled in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Baker left school at 16 and worked various manual jobs. 

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Collagism

Holly-Anne Buck / Collagism is an artist whose practice centres around collage. Her work has taken form over a twenty-year practice through the media of video, musical composition, live performance and site specific interventions. Collagism focuses on portraiture. She is particularly exploring ways to represent women in an emboldened fashion, exploring beauty, femininity, tenderness and strength.

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David Wightman


David Wightman was born in Stockport, Greater Manchester in 1980. He gained an MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art, London in 2003. While still at the Royal College of Art, he won ‘Young Artist of the Year’ at the Hunting Art Prizes.


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David Wightman

Ottoline

2.500 kr

David Wightman

Emmaline II

2.200 kr

David Scheinmann

British photographer David Scheinmann has moved from an award winning cutting edge commercial photographer into a contemporary artist. Scheinmann challenges, re-appropriates, and subverts our popular icons. His series work looks at comic book heroes, boxers pop art, adult entertainers and advertising. He has had solo exhibitions around Europe as well as his work being hung in London’s National Portrait Gallery.

David Scheinmann

Marilyn

3.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Superman

3.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Tinkerbell

3.000 kr

David Scheinmann

American Flag

6.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Soldier

6.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Monroe

6.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Bunny Ears

6.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Snow White

3.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Spiderman

3.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Storm Trooper

3.000 kr

David Scheinmann

Elvis

3.000 kr