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INK

INK

The exhibition took place in San Francisco last week, late spring 2016. We were able to publish the book on time, too, which is quite unusual for us, due to the endemic disorder of our office and the lack of a proper press editor. The title of the book is, simply put, INK. It collects 250 portraits made ... Read More »

PAPER SURGERY – ANAMORPHOSIS

PAPER SURGERY – ANAMORPHOSIS

It is no secret how much Brandpowder loves paper. And how much we like to play with it, especially when there’s something printed on it. We gave this constant struggle to break the two dimensions a name: Paper Surgery. It’s a sort of Media-Origami mixed with Trompe-Collage and a touch of Iconoclastic Voodoo. Tree Pulp ... Read More »

MISTER DROP

MISTER DROP

  It’s shaped like a drop and it’s called Mister Drop. Who is Mister Drop? Simply put, he’s a bullshit detector, somebody that accepts no shit whatsoever. So, every time you are faced with something fake or simply imbecilic, Mister Drop comes at your rescue. Look at him as a shield against the germinal stupidity ... Read More »

BIG FACES

BIG FACES

Top: Lyn Ann, 1999 (10 x 7 ft) – Private collection, New York. Below: Paulina Rubio, 2005 (16×14 ft) – Private collection, Bozeman. The Brandpowder Team will soon publish a book about John Trefford and his huge oil paintings. It’s a comprehensive retrospective of his work, back from 1967 when he started as a chaffeur ... Read More »

ON HAIR.

ON HAIR.

Above: “Me No Blonde” oil on canvas, 55×73 in. (140×185 cm). I am happy to present a brief selection of jumbo-size paintings from Klaus Kizzinskitz, a Polish artist who is going to be in New York and London (not at the same time, of course) to promote his “On Hair” exhibitions, both on schedule at ... Read More »

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