Agent X

Agent X, cultural explorer and agent of the unknown, creates experimental, multimedia collages, paintings, and 2D artwork. Described as ‘Pop Art with thought,’ Agent X juxtaposes pop culture, technology, fashion, music, politics, and race in visually complex amalgamations expressing the anxieties of the global, post-modern world and the dark side of consumerist, media-obsessed culture. His … Read moreAgent X


I create portraits of personalities around street signs and urban spaces. Through the symbol of the plastic brick, the first objective is to challenge the citizens and impose an identifiable label to an observing crowd. I give a new meaning to my art, in a proactive way, by associating the visibility on places outside the … Read moreBrikx

The Krah

The Krah was raised in Athens, where he became a prolific graffiti artist in the 90’s. He has remained a prominent artist over the last 20 years by painting the streets while touring around Europe and Asian countries such as Japan and Thailand, and leaving a piece in every city. The Krah moved to London after the new … Read moreThe Krah

Jasmina Krajačić

We are proud to showcase the work of Jasmina Krajačić, a very exciting artist from Zagreb, Croatia. Jasmina Krajačićwas born in Zagreb. After studying the painting course at the Applied Arts School in Zagreb, she enrolled into the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts, and in 1992 took her degree in printmaking,  under the class of … Read moreJasmina Krajačić

Anthony Lister

Born in 1979 Anthony Lister is already described as a leading Australian contemporary artist. In 2001, Lister completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the Queensland College of Art. He helped pioneer the stencil and street art movement in Brisbane before moving to New York in 2003 to work with his mentor, Max Gimblett. … Read moreAnthony Lister


Balancing the opposing forces of the humorous and macabre, vivid colour and stark monochrome, Eelus’ work brings the beautiful and sometimes caustic realities of the world together. His central stark figures – often melancholic women – are limned in a riotous display of joyous color, suggesting the entanglement and necessity of light and dark. Drawing inspiration … Read moreEelus