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October 17th 2014
Today sees the online launch of Omega and The Bear, our stunning new screenprint edition with artist John Simpson. As it makes its London debut at Multiplied Art Fait at Christie’s this weekend, Angie talks more about this beautifully crafted piece below.
August 8th 2014
“I don't like answering questions. I suppose I make paintings so I can avoid answering questions” - James Hunter. James Hunter has been one of our most successfully selling artists since we launched his work in July 2013.
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October 3rd 2014
Colour Wheel 5 is Eyestorm’s first limited edition screenprint with Sophie Smallhorn. Best known as the artist behind the changing colour spectrum that ran around the 2012 Olympic stadium, Sophie has an obsession with colour.
October 15th 2014
It’s a busy week for Eyestorm as we exhibit at not one but two art fairs - Multiplied at Christie’s in London, and Affordable Art Fair in Mexico City. On show at the fairs will be brand new and recently launched limited editions by Henrik Simonsen, Jacky Tsai, Whitney McVeigh, Carne Griffiths, John Simpson, Sophie Smallhorn and Lucie Bennett, as well as work by Noma Bar, James Hunter, Peter Lloyd, Carine Magescas and Delphine Lebourgeois.
September 10th 2014
We’re excited to announce we’ll be taking part in two more art fairs this autumn, in addition to the three already planned, taking our schedule to five fairs in three months.
October 21st 2014
Today sees the launch of our most recent online auction, which features original paintings by Eyestorm artists including James Hunter, Lucie Bennett, Jonathan Purday, Emily Davey and David Jones.
January 29th 2014
The works in Victoria Browne’s ‘Training Nature’ series immediately catch the eye because it’s unlikely you’ve ever seen anything like them before. My initial thought when I first saw Donut was that it did indeed look like a donut (I hadn’t seen the title at this point) formed of a swarm of bees which had huddled together to make an almost-perfect spherical shape with a hole in it.
 
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