Zigge Holmgren
director & graphic illusionist

POST-ART
/ m a y d a y   m e d i a

Norra Kyrkogatan 20 E
SE-621 55 Visby
SWEDEN

info@post-art.com
Phone: +46 (0)498-21 23 20
Cellphone: +46 (0)709-52 99 51


  • Org.nr: 530430-0295 VAT.nr: SE530430029501
  • Bank: Nordea Bank AB, SE-105 71 Stockholm, Sweden.
  • International Bank Account Number (IBAN) for mayday media (POST-ART): SE569500 0099 6034 0286 9972
  • SWIFT code: NDEASESS

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    Zigge Holmgren, maestro and graphic illusionist at Post-Art, has in addition to fourteen years of working with digital media, studied art and photography and has over thirty years of experience in portrait painting in oil. He is a member of KRO (The Swedish Artist Organization).

    Zigge has lately developed a new concept - "MUZAK ART" - designed to induce an urge for embellishment and to expand public spaces such as foyers, offices and waiting rooms. The pictures are intended to realize the inclination of the Nordic, almost ethnic rite, of bringing Nature into the home. The images depict fragments of nature from the Baltic island of Gotland, a piece of Swedish lyrical nature, reduced into patterns and combined with mural surfaces. The style is romantic and decorative with a longing for clarity of mind.

     Muzak Art website  

     

    "A portrait lifts a person from the everyday life. It's a kind of magic... although magic was an everyday thing in the Renaissance era"...