Our Artists 2
Aaron Jasinski's paintings feature musical and nostalgic themes peppered with social commentary and whimsical creatures (think morose hipsters mingling with monkeys in space suits), utilizing a vibrant Technicolor palette.
Silvia Pelissero, a painter best known as Agnes Cecile, was born in Rome, Italy. She has become a successful self-taught artist known for her layered, gorgeous watercolor work. Agnes Cecile's creates rich, emotional human portraits using humble images coupled with abstract color and detail.
London-based artist Alexis Marcou's empathetic sense of line, talent for capturing dynamic motion and unique abstract forms blend together beautifully. His work translates equally well from fine art gallery walls to multi-national advertising campaigns- he has worked with giants such as HP, Nike and Designers Against Child Slavery.
Camilla d'Errico is an Italo-Canadian artist who has been making waves in the fine art and comic industries with her manga-influenced style. Ever the prolific artist, Camilla lives the double life of comic artist, character creator and painter. Camilla resides in Vancouver, BC, where she paints and draws comics, and more recently has been working with entertainment companies on feature films and videogames.
Born in the UK in 1988. Raised on 90’s cartoons, Charlie Bowater spent her childhood drawing her favourite characters and insisting she’d grow up to be an animator. A lot has changed since then but her love of art hasn’t. Charlie is an illustrator and self taught digital artist, inspired by music, photography and the wonderful weirdness of life.
Hidden Moves is the toybox for the collected works of Welsh artist and designer Rhys Owens. He grew up in the decade of Rubik's Cubes, Thundercats, and the ZX Spectrum, and nurtured his creative talents by decorating the faces of his sister's dolls with a ballpoint pen. In later life, he began experimenting with photography, illustration, and digital 3D to create his own unique aesthetic. This includes the creation of a number of surreal characters that currently inhabit the Hidden Moves universe.
Hikari Shimoda plunged into the contemporary fine art world after completing her studies in illustration at the prestigious Kyoto Saga University in Japan. She is enormously inspired by Japanese pop culture which provides a spark for both the elements of frivolity and horror that dominate her work. Through her frequent use of children as motifs, she openly explores the struggles and aspirations faced by adults in modern society. From Miami to Tokyo, Milan and New York, Shimoda has been enchanting the global gallery scene since 2008.
The unique and cutting edge style of Japanese artist HR-FM is making him a rising star in the digital art scene, with features in multiple magazines and publications in Japan as well as a major apparel design project in the works. Eyes On Walls is proud to offer an exclusive collection of fifty of his illustrations in multiple sizes and formats.
Stylistically balancing cute with brute while walking the fine line between comedy and tragedy, Luke Chueh has enjoyed continued success and sold out shows in galleries since appearing in the underground art scene in 2003. Attracting the interest of notable collectors and celebrities around the world, he has also established a prominent position in the designer toy scene with highly-collectible vinyl toys and other highly prized limited edition products.
Raphaël Vicenzi, best known as Mydeadpony, is a self-taught artist from Brussels, Belgium whose illustration and watercolour techniques are highly influenced by fashion, street art and graffiti. Combining digital media with more traditional paint, sketch and watercolor stylings, he creates immensely complex and modern imagery.
Pierre-Yves Riveau is an illustrator, painter and visual artist from Nantes, France. His work is rich in both content and detail, featuring deep textures and dark almost decomposing subject matter. Our exclusive collection of work, originally drawn in pencil, shows PEZ’s talent for fusing graffiti elements into captivating dreamlike scenarios.
Ruben Ireland is a graphic artist and illustrator based in London. Using a fusion of traditional techniques and digital processing, he creates thoughtful dreamlike images that carry emotional weight as well as relevance to daily life. Tools include ink, acrylic, dirty water, foods, weathered paper as well as Photoshop and a Wacom tablet.
Shark Toof ranks among street art's most recognizable artists. Known for his murals, stencils and wheat pastes on streets across the US from NY to Miami to LA, Shark Toof is one of the rising stars in contemporary street art. Shark Toof's versatile work, including his iconic shark imagery, is now available for sale direct from Eyes On Walls.
Stephane Belin‘s striking digital landscapes reflect his work as a Concept Artist and Art Director for video game production houses Ubi Soft and Electronic Arts. As the exclusive publisher of Stephane Belin’s open edition prints, we are proud to offer the most in depth collection of Stephane Belin fine art prints available.