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CELEBRATING ALMOST TWENTY YEARS OF EYESTORM
Founded in 1999, the vision behind Eyestorm was never going to be about living a quiet existence on a gallery street in London. On the contrary it was a bold vision; to bring high-quality contemporary art into everyday lives, by some of the world’s leading contemporary artists.
 
With fast development of the new digital age since the mid 90’ies, the timing for big ideas couldn’t have been better and to the fanfare of a revolutionary new way of looking at the art world, Eyestorm became one of the darlings of the early internet years.
The early years in Eyestorm were immortalised in Gavin Griffiths’ book ‘The Accidental Pornographer’ (2008), where he dedicated a chapter to his year working with the company - and it was described as one of those places where any idea would be considered, and ideas and confidence were strong.
Damien Hirst

Valium , 2000

127(w) x 127(h) cm
50.00(w) x 50.00(h) inches
Lambda C Type print

Signed and numbered

Edition of 500
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With the release of exclusive print editions by Italian enfant terrible Maurizio Cattelan and Ralph Gibson in the first year, Eyestorm started releasing print editions with the biggest talent of living artists in the world in 2000. Notable were the three pieces Loopy, Hair and Cut Out by American super league artist Jeff Koons, and Valium, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) and Opium by the British counterpart Damien Hirst. One newspaper wrote that prints from Eyestorm would be a far better investment as a Christmas present for your staff, compared to the traditional company party, and one with no hangovers or embarrassments the day after. The paper got it right, today the early print editions are sold at auctions at prices more than ten-fold of the launch price.
Helmut Newton

Cyberwoman 6 , 2000

30(w) x 40(h) cm
11.81(w) x 15.75(h) inches
Silver Gelatin prin. Edition of 500. Stamped and numbered
Edition of 500
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In 2000 the internet was the new, new thing; and one famous German photographer had seen the future. In a series of seven photographs, the 80-year old Helmut Newton released ‘Cyberwomen 1-7’ exclusively with Eyestorm. The title of the series reflected the platform where they would be exhibited; the cyberworld.

At the beginning of the new millennium Eyestorm introduced several other exclusive and prestigious print editions with renowed artists such as David Armstrong, Kenny Scharf, Boyd Webb and Sophie Calle, Robert Longo and Bill Owens in 2001. To this day, thirteen artists with whom we collaborated are in the permanent collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.
David Armstrong

Tree Trunk, Tivoli, Lilacs, Bovina (diptych) , 2000

46(w) x 30(h) cm
18.11(w) x 12.01(h) inches
Matte Ilfochrome
Edition of 100
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One fine morning in October 2001 an anonymous cleaner in the London gallery stole the newspaper headlines. As a promotion for the latest edition by Damien Hirst, titled Painting by Numbers, the artist had made an installation in the display windows, which was a glimpse into what his studio looked like. The installation included used towels, a half-empty coffee cup and used brushes. Overnight the cleaner had taken the matter into his own hands and left the windows neat and tidy. The story swept the world press and one London art critic suggested the cleaner be given an award as he clearly knew what “good art” was. Hirst thought it was hilarious and given the fact that Painting-by-Numbers was indeed a humorous response to the critics blaming him for having assistants doing his spot paintings, Hirst proved that not everyone might appreciate his art, and that he was not a hypocrite.

From an idea in 1998 and during the three years that followed, the company established two gallery spaces in London and New York City and had eighty staff working on creative ideas and opening new doors to some of the world’s best contemporary artists and in the autumn of 2002 the company restructured as it had to face that being a pioneer in a century old art market was something that would need time and patience.
Lucie Bennett

Damson Fling , 2013

79(w) x 108(h) cm
31.30(w) x 42.72(h) inches
Screenprint with varnishes on Somerset 410 gsm paper

63.5(w) x 90.5(h) cm
Edition of 15
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In the following years Eyestorm scaled down, but the ambitions were intact. The gallery in London continued to release exclusive print editions with established artists such as the British pop-artist Peter Blake who in 2004 took vintage cigarette packs, enlarged them and created a series of 6 screen printed editions titled ‘Fag Packets’. From 2005 the gallery shifted focus and started looking for new inspiring talent to match the contemporary establishment. Exclusive releases by two new artists in 2005 would later show to be well spotted. That year, four print editions were released with Lucie Bennett and Anthony Micallef. Today, a decade from the beginning of working with Bennett, her single-line female drawings continue to excite collectors of her work.

“We love Eyestorm” is a sentence we like to hear and in 2008 this quote by the creative director of the design magazine Wallpaper* lead to a collaboration between the magazine, eight celebrated photographers and Eyestorm. Ten historic photographs were curated, including the iconic Carabo by Benedict Redgrove and Cintia II by Jonathan Frantini. The same year a new small button surfaced on the website; [Make an Offer]. Some may not have noticed, but a tech magazine picked up on it, calling it “sheer brilliance” and an example of how companies would increasingly engage in conversion with their clients in the years to come; a small invention we can proudly look back on.
Dan Baldwin

The Future Frontline Renegades of Dead London , 2009

100(w) x 100(h) cm
39.37(w) x 39.37(h) inches
Hand finished 15-colour silkscreen print with gold leaf and collage on 300gsm Fabriano Artistico paper, Hand torn to edge
Edition of 15
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During the 1980’s a new urban art form started, which by the 21st century had developed into what today is widely known as “street art”. The art form has many faces and has seen a massive increase in popularity in the last 10-15 years. In 2009 our gallery released the popular print edition by Dan Baldwin titled The Future Frontline Renegades of Dead London and in 2010 we released two exclusive print editions of the iconic Mr A (Black) by French artist Andre.

After a few relatively quiet years a couple of creative entrepreneurs took over Eyestorm in 2011. The idea was to build on the spirit and founding idea from 1999 to release exclusive print editions with talented artists. The year marked a revitalisation starting with the introduction of a couple of new artists. During the autumn we released the print edition Blue and Orange by Henrik Simonsen- and in 2012 we released the first double edition Soul Harvest and Golden Harvest by Chinese artist Jacky Tsai. On the day of release and as the morning sun rose over London and the glass roof of Christie’s Auction House, the sun’s rays reflected in the 24-carat gold background of Golden Harvest, almost demanding collector’s attention for Tsai’s innovative visual dialogue, between traditional Eastern craft and Western pop art.
Jacky Tsai

Sanctuary Skull Lenticular , 2017

100(w) x 122(h) cm
39.37(w) x 48.23(h) inches
Lenticular

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Edition of 33
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In addition to regular new exclusive editions by Lucie Bennett, Henrik Simonsen and Jacky Tsai, we have in the last five years proudly introduced and released print editions by James Hunter, Sophie Smallhorn, Jo Bradford, Tatiana Gerusova and others.

From its early years almost twenty years ago, Eyestorm is today an international gallery building on the original inspiration 0f releasing high quality exclusive editions, with special emphasis on handcrafted prints by established and emerging artists. We assist clients all over the world in finding art for their home, private collections or for investment.
Henrik Simonsen

Blue Butterflies , 2017

77(w) x 101(h) cm
30.51(w) x 39.76(h) inches
11 layer combined lithograph and screenprint on Somerset Satin 410gsm paper

Image size: 72 x 95cm
Edition of 60
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RECENT NEWS ARTICLES
January 7th 2015
Lucie Bennett has created a neon piece for ‘Lights On! Streatham’, a project set up to promote local businesses along South London’s Streatham High Road - often referred to as ‘the longest high street in Europe.
October 27th 2017
Taxidermist Polly Morgan, described by Banksy as ‘Britain’s hottest bird-stuffer’, is one of the country’s most high-profile young artists. In 2005, she was an English Literature graduate working as a barmaid with a fascination for taxidermy. Today, having been spotted by Banksy, hailed by Hirst, and collected by Saatchi, she is gracing the stage of the art world’s most exclusive galleries, fairs and public museums.
PRINT EDITION RELEASE
by Angie Davey
INVESTING IN ART
by Carys Lake-edwards
November 10th 2017
Henrik Simonsen’s most recent screenprint edition, Untamed, sees the artist use the rich, heavy, warm light of late summer as influence for the colours he uses in this 15-colour screenprint.
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DO YOU HAVE A DAMIEN HIRST TO SELL?
Valium
With two major exhibitions during the Venice Biennale, 2017 has been a year which has increased the awareness of Damien Hirst. With Hirst still actively releasing new print editions, many collectors focus on his earlier work from 2000 and before, such as Valium, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD), Opium, Beautiful, Galactic, Exploding Screenprint (Spin) and Painting-by-Numbers.

If you have one of the above prints that you are potentially interested in selling, please do get in touch with us via the Contact page, which you can find here.
 
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