Brian Ewing has transformed into one of rock music and pop art’s most prolific, iconic image-makers, remaining down-to-earth and staying inspired are key elements to the growth of his rebellious art empire.
While he’s become a sought-after household name for record labels and agencies, Ewing has stayed true to the independent spirit of his art, and his style has developed over time. “At first I was just happy to get a chance to draw and work with my favorite bands,” he says of his early punk-rock posters. But with his growth from poster artist to full-blown fine artist, he’s followed in the footsteps of his heroes and mentors--Frank Kozik, Coop, Tara McPherson and many others--building an instantly recognizable stylistic empire.
I have bought about 20 pieces from Otto in the past couple years. His selection is amazing! It goes way beyond what's on the website - just ask. Otto has helped custom curate a couple rooms in my house including having photos printed from negatives. His packaging borders on OCD, shipping is fast, and Otto always adds in something extra. Otto goes so far above and beyond to provide great customer experiences that I wake up some days and shop in his online store just to start a conversation and see where the day will take us.
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