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Ed Kwong — Vancouver, Canada

Dark and mysterious, yet lifted by color and texture, Kwong’s work is subtly layered and uses linework and shapes to offset soft brushwork.

Ed Kwong’s illustrations are unique and brilliantly composed masterpieces that cannot be contained by categorization or genre. They are part art deco, part propaganda poster, part street art and at times, fitting for Mexican and Japanese styled tattoos. Take a step forward and be stunned by the complexity of linework and texture; take a step back to admire the aesthetic beauty of form and inch perfect mastery of light and shadow.

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