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New Print Available: BuySell

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BuySell 2019. Giclee Print. Martin Wollerstam “BUY SELL SELL BUY SELL SELL BUY BUY!”

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New Print Available: Neighbourhood Cats

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Neighbourhood Cats 2017. Giclee Print. Martin Wollerstam “Time spent with a cat is never wasted.”― Colette

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New Print Available: Cafe il Ferno

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Cafe il Ferno 2012. Giclee print. Martin Wollerstam. Part 3 of 3 of the Kafé Inferno collection. A three part series of cafes, inspired by Dante's Inferno. Originally part of a Swedish artists' group show back in 2012 in London, UK, called Fika*.  This one is representing the lower planes of hell, being the last one of the three, it's following limbo in the middle and the land of the living on top. * "Fika is a concept, a state of mind, an attitude and an important part of Swedish culture. Many Swedes consider that it is almost essential to make time for fika every day. It means making time...

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New Tshirt: Wolf Pack (Available via pre-orders only)

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  Wolf Pack New limited edition T-shirt available for a limited time via pre-orders only. Order yours before March 16th. Only at Everpress. > Everpress.com/wolf-pack   Also available as print HERE  

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New Print available: Cafe Grim Fanlimbo

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Cafe Grim Fanlimbo 2012. Giclee print. Martin Wollerstam. Part 2 of 3 of the Kafé Inferno collection. A three part series of cafes, inspired by Dante's Inferno. Originally part of a Swedish artists' group show back in 2012 in London, UK, called Fika*.  This one is represent the limbo there's also one being the land of the living, and a third the burning inferno of hell. For this drawing I found inspiration from the 1998 adventure game Grim Fandango, directed by Tim Schafer and developed and published by LucasArts. * "Fika is a concept, a state of mind, an attitude and an important part of Swedish culture....

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