Jan Erik Waider's portfolio draws heavily on the minimalism, harsh light, and weather of Nordic Landscapes. Today we're releasing three prints from his "Ice Textures" series. (Continue reading...)
Kim's work is something special: sweeping colour washes and brightly splattered hues, tempered in perfect measure by careful line work and controlled graphite drawings. We've got four of her prints for you here. (Continue reading...)
We're sending you off into the weekend with a new edition! Flower Face is our latest offering by Victoria Ulrikke Iles. (Continue reading...)
Hannah's Mammoth debut features two prints, Backyard and Long Walk, taken from a series made in residency in Svalbard, Norway. (Continue reading...)
Mammoth is thrilled to welcome Grady Mitchell to the collection. Grady is a writer and photographer in Vancouver, Canada. We asked him a few questions, so you could get to know him better (Continue reading...)
So excited to finally release these Grizzly Bear photographs as limited edition prints! (Continue reading...)
Mammoth is proud to welcome Anna Jensen to the collection! Check out her work here! (Continue reading...)
We will be rolling our new mineral works into the collection over the coming weeks. Today, we are excited to release "V Mineral" as the latest Mineral piece created by Mammoth Artist Karina Eibatova. Check (Continue reading...)
You probably know Karina's first Mineral piece back from 2010, well she is back with a new collection and we will be rolling out the pieces over the coming weeks. First up is Red Mineral. (Continue reading...)
Brand new original works by Mammoth artist Stephanie Clark for under $500! Check them out here. (Continue reading...)
Mammoth is proud to welcome Nydia Lillian to the collection! Check out her work here. (Continue reading...)
Mammoth is excited to welcome Denton Crawford and his mixed media work to the collection! Offering both limited edition prints and some really affordable Original pieces too! Check it out here. (Continue reading...)
Emma Palm lives and works between the Central-Alberta prairies, and Vancouver Island's craggy coastline. A strong sense of community, want to 'get her hands dirty', and affinity for well-worn denim are souvenirs of a rural childhood. As an artist she is interested in acts of remembrance, storytelling, and archival processes.
Seth Smith's paintings reflect his need to escape into a world of eerie motels, 1000 ft ships, wind lapped leaves, sunburned exteriors, biscuits and gravy, window unit buzz, free HBO, poorly lit diners, cool shade over pools, the absurdity of the jet set, and the open roads they all live on.