Vandal Factory: A New Place For Emerging Artists (And Free Art?)

Vandal Factory is a new online gallery featuring a collective, (not entirely like the Borg, but sort of), of emerging artists from around the globe.  These artists encompass a wide array of cutting-edge styles, representing the latest in contemporary, fine, and urban art.

Tracie Ching

Jani

Marnie Pitts

As of now, their stable of artists consists of: Antti Mannynvali – Helsinki, Finland, Canvaz – Dublin Ireland, DesX – L’Aquila, Italy, Famous When Dead – Staffordshire, England, Tracie Ching – Washington, DC, Hannah Adamaszek – West Sussex, England, Brian Fitzgerald – Limerick, Ireland, Marnie Pitts – London, England, Slasky – Rome, Italy, Jani – Cork, Ireland

Antti Mannynvali

Canvaz

Vandal Factory was established in 2012 and is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin.  In addition to their online gallery and shop, they also provide services to corporate buyers, collectors, and interior designers.

DesX

Famous When Dead

In addition to traditional limited-edition print and original art releases, Vandal Factory will also be giving away art for free (without any catch) to quick-fingered customers.  If you would like to work with this crew of talented blokes hit up Matthew Wallock at contact@vandalfactory.com.  You can also follow them on TWITTER or FACEBOOK to get updates on new releases and upcoming events.

Hannah Adamszek

Slasky

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