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In conversation with the iconic Diane Pernet

This interview is part of a conversation series by Artby: short sparkling talks with flamboyant creatives and high profile fashionistas, sharing their view on the love affair between art and fashion Iconic Diane Pernet is a former designer, a highly celebrated journalist and a remarkable...

A good artist is a dead artist

A year ago a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat was sold for 110,4 million dollars. This meant that Andy Warhol was no longer the most expensive artist sold on auction. A few months later, Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi was sold for 450 million dollars, by...

Wenche Crusell - pure and ashy

ARTBY is collaborating with the Swedish artist Wenche Crusell, who is receiving attention for her artistic integrity and her forthright yet low-key style  The artist was born in 1987, in Sweden, and is now active in Berlin. Her art has been featured by prominent galleries in Sweden and Germany,...

Jonas Silfversten Bergman - raw honesty

The emerging artist Jonas Silfversten Bergman is part of both of our MONO and RUBY collection This rising star has been on everyone's lips since being awarded the Fredrik Roos grant. His art is now attracting hard boiled critics as well as new attentive art collectors Jonas Silfversten Bergman's work has...

Just like fashion

Art and fashion have always been intertwined. The bond is multilayered. There are some obvious methodological similarities - art and fashion are both involved in creative processes where shape, form, color and texture fundamentally matters. There are also more inspirational associations, where fashion designers may...

An original is always an original - or is it?

Artby is an independent art brand offering premium art prints in limited editions. All editions are made at our studio in close collaboration with the artists. Each art piece is marked with a symbol - the iconic Artby eye - which is subtly embossed in...

Emerging artist Viktor Cole

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 is it Viktor Cole works...

Talking about art and fashion with Bea Åkerlund

This interview is part of a conversation series led by Artby’s head curator Sara Hardell Flagge: short sparkling talks with flamboyant creatives and high profile fashionistas, sharing their view on the love affair between art and fashion Bea Åkerlund is a progressive fashionista and highly...

Bits and pieces by the artist Malene Mathiasson

Pure pleasure for the picky ones: the Danish artist Malene Mathiasson, born 1983, active in South Zealand Malene Mathiasson was educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and is now part of the vibrant, progressive Scandinavian art scene. The artist has participated in several exhibitions in Denmark and Sweden, she has...

The influential Juan Castillo

For about a year ago we started to collaborate with the internationally renowned artist Juan Castillo. It has been an amazing adventure with plenty of talking, laughing, eating (amazing home cooked food), toasting and printmaking Juan Castillo is a Swedish/Chilean artist, born 1952, active in Sweden...

Not for everyone

The art market has its deeply excluding dimensions. It can be pricey, high-flown and sometimes even intimidating. Unless you are really wealthy or thoroughly briefed, it might seem risky even to walk into a gallery As a counteraction, there are some strong democratizing winds blowing...

Scanography queen Kira Leskinen

The Finnish artist Kira Leskinen is a member of the famous Helsinki School. She has been exhibited worldwide and is critically praised all over - from Berlin to New York. Now she is collaborating with Artby, offering a powerful, colorful and abstract series of premium...

Kill the middleman

All markets evolve over time. So does the art market. Digitalization leads to major change, offering global reach and bridging the gap between artists and art buyers. As a result, new businesses and platforms pop up. Some with the intention of establishing a direct link...