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Viktor Cole and the oddities of the world

The Swedish artist Viktor Cole is one of our young rising artists. But even though he is turning heads overseas, he has managed to maintain a wonderful and unhurried underdog position. For those who look for hidden treasures, this artistic phenomenon just might be it Viktor...

Just like fashion

Art and fashion have always been intertwined. Flirting, holding hands, being (or aspiring to be) soulmates The bond between the fields is multilayered. There are some obvious methodological similarities - art and fashion are both involved in creative processes where shape, form, color and texture...

So close, so far away: Malene Mathiasson

Malene Mathiasson is part of our IN BETWEEN collection. Her art is pure pleasure for the picky and the curious: its is decorative, conceptual and innovative   Malene Mathiasson is a Danish artist, born 1983, active in South Zealand. She was educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and is now part...

A good artist is a dead artist

'Our highly alive artists are pure realization and pure potential at the same time. To meet, experience, mediate and support that, is what truly floats our boat' A year ago a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat was sold for 110,4 million dollars. This meant that Andy...

The IN BETWEEN collection

The IN BETWEEN collection is a love declaration to the state of being ’in between´ - to be undecided, undefined, ’both/and’ or ’neither/nor. When making this collection we looked for artists and artworks that defy fixed categories and - in a way -embrace flux, fluidity or transition...

Artby?

Artby is an independent Scandinavian art brand offering premium art prints in limited editions. Our product line is highly curated, our artists are carefully selected and our printmaking process is designed to guarantee superior quality We collaborate with some of the most interesting and promising...

The FACE collection

Our FACE collection is radical and conventional at the same time. It focuses on the face and it celebrates the dual power of the portrait - the portrait's capacity to comfort and conserve, but also provoke, disrupt and unsettle When we made this collection we searched for...