Artist Pushwagner has passed away
Terje Brofos, better known as Hariton Pushwagner, was a Norwegian Pop Artist. His art is of a colourful and spiritual nature, and traveled extensively during his life in order to gather his own personal style.
Pushwagner at Bærum Kunstforening,June 2014 in Sandvika, Norway.
Mr Christian Barman, of Eyekandi Ltd, has one of his iconic pieces up on the walls of the Eyekandi Headquarters in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Unfortunately Mr Pushwagner was recently diagnosed with lung cancer and died at the Diakonhjemmet Hospital on 24 April 2018, at the age of 77.
This is the latest version of the Genteleman’s kateboard bag designed by ‘Christian Barmen’ with extra Solar Charger in the front pocket, for guys and gals who love to travel and Skate ! with this classy bag.
Finally ! The “Recycled skateboard functional art” by Tua Pen Not is done. There will be an exhibition in town at My Secret Cafe starting first week of March 2017. The theme of the show is SKATEBOARD LIFE, so look out for some insane street inspired art.
On Friday the 30th of September 2016 we opened the doors for a month special exhibition in our offices. We are showing artworks from the local artist Tua ( Chumpol Taksapornchai ).
The opening evening featured Tua and Friends in a magical symposium of sound and painting. It was truly an evening to remember.
The exhibition will be up until the end of October 2016.
All sales proceeds goes directly to support Tua and his next trip to Europe to show and sell his art.
Thank you for all who came and we really hope you enjoyed the evening.
Eyekandi has teamed up with local artist Tua Pen Not for a project we call recycled skateboard functional art.
The project will be about skateboarding and recycled art and we hope to help create awareness about all the possibilities that lays in recycling and upcycling.
Working with local artists is a priority for Eyekandi and we hope the local community will help support our efforts.