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EEPMON a.k.a. Eric Chan, is a Digital Artisan intersecting computer code, technology and drawing. His multidisciplinary creations combine the handmade with digital design.

Mastery of weaving visual stories and hyper detail compositions, EEPMON has collaborated with brands including Canada Goose, Alpha Industries, Marvel Entertainment, Microsoft Xbox and Mini Cooper. He is an Adobe featured artist and works globally creating interactive experiences such as for Queen’s Café in Hong Kong and Beijing, China. Revenant Executive Producer Brett Ratner, deadmau5 and the Bruce Lee Estate are amongst owners of EEPMON’s creations.

He has been featured in numerous publications including GQ France, Highsnobiety, Selectism, JAY-Z’s Life+Times, Computer Arts, and Applied Arts. His work has been featured at some of the world’s luxury department stores including Colette and Harvey Nichols UK. Exhibitions include the Library and Archives Canada, Design Exchange Museum, TEDx Toronto, and HPGRP Gallery NYC.

Speaking engagements include RISD, IDEO New York, PechaKucha Tokyo, City University of Hong Kong, The Canadian Museums Association National Summit, Library and Archives Canada, iSchool Institute at University of Toronto, FITC Toronto and the Canada-China Cultural Delegation in Beijing.

EEPMON has been an artist resident at The School of Visual Arts in New York City, The Banff Centre and Algonquin College’s Applied Research and Innovation Centre. Accolades include the 2015 Design Exchange Museum Emerging Designer Cosentino People’s Choice and the Young Alumni Achievement Award at Carleton University.

Having recently returned from a Canada / China Cultural Delegation in Beijing, he is now working on a 100-foot mural, for the new Canada Science & Technology Museum in Ottawa.

EEPMON’s work has been acquisition into the Canada Council Art Bank.

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I am an artist and designer working at the intersections of computer code and drawing. My creations bridge the gap between analog and digital worlds, tradition and modernity and the handmade with digital design.

The widespread adoption of the Internet has transformed world industries – art is no exception. With the exponential rise of technology we have witness creativity crossing at ever increasing speeds between industry and culture, private and public, analogue and digital, and everything in-between. Technology provides a new area for innovators and artists to experiment and develop new modes of creative expression.

As such, I am a resultant of a new type of artist – an artist of the Digital Age. The computer is an artistic tool, just like a paintbrush. Having developed my own computer program I integrate random algorithms into my work, generating dense graphic compositions that are each woven into a kind of ‘multiverse’ that is at once chaotic and orderly, dynamic and serene. My ability to find the balance between these extremes is the basis of my distinctive style.

I believe my body of work speaks to our contemporary digital society. I want to emphasize that my creations go beyond art making; it is a way of life. I find inspiration by diving head first into the unknown and the undiscovered corners. It is in those obscured places where I creatively flourish.

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