Over the past decade, Addam Yekutieli (pseudonym Know Hope) has developed a visual iconography and language used to mirror real-life situations and observations, and document the notion of a collective human struggle.
By creating parallels between political situations and emotional conditions, there is an attempt to perceive the political process and dialogue as an emotional mechanism, therefore making it a process that can be understood and participated in intuitively and not solely intellectually.
Yekutieli has worked and exhibited internationally and has projects and exhibitions scheduled in Cologne, London and Tel Aviv throughout 2016 and 2017.
Sebastian Wahl has made it his mission in life to take collage to new and uncharted territories.
Wahl’s work encompasses everything from psychedelic landscapes to iconic, mandalic and spiritual surrealism. His attention to detail and sense of symmetry, balance and color bring all the elements included in his pieces together to create countless harmonious mirages.
Wahl fell in love with collage in 1995 and has since been fully committed to the medium. In 2006 he started using resin in his work. He was looking for a challenge and for a way to elevate his process and he found it. Wahl spent the next couple of years perfecting this dynamic approach to his craft and in 2009 he had his first solo exhibition in New York City with these three-dimensional collages.
Mr. Brainwash (often written MBW) is a name used by French-born, Los Angeles-based street artistThierry Guetta. According to the 2010 Banksy-directed film Exit Through the Gift Shop, Guetta was a proprietor of a used clothing store, where he began as a security guard, and amateur videographer who was first introduced to street art by his cousin, the street artist Invader, and who filmed street artists through the 2000s and became an artist in his own right in a matter of weeks after an off-hand suggestion from Banksy.