Artist Agent X Debuts Fall 2017 Collection Inspired by Blade Runner 2049 & Star Wars Episode 8

Fans of science fiction and innovative art both have a very good reason to be happy with the announcement that the new Fall 2017 collection from Agent X is up and ready to be seen. Excitement surrounding the debut is high.

October 11, 2017 – It’s a rare point in time when mainstream culture interfaces with the work of thriving underground art in an eye opening and exciting way.  Agent X is surfing that tidal wave of interest in a very big way, recently announcing the release of his Fall 2017 Collection, featuring art that is clearly inspired by the blockbuster science fiction films Blade Runner 2049 and Star Wars Episode 8.  The Fall 2017 Collection can be seen at Agent X’s multimedia website as well as at a growing number of galleries showing the artist’s work.

“Blade Runner and Star Wars are lifelong influences not just to me as an artist and individual but to a great many others who love science fiction,” commented Agent X.  “It’s a pleasure to work these themes into my art and see the interest and conversations they encourage.”

Agent X’s work has been shown across the world, winning fans over to his modern and urban graffiti influenced style  .  The latest galleries to come on board include Flat Space Art in London, where Art Dealer Luizza Gibb is handling Agent X’s pieces.  The gallery is well known and respected as being at the forefront of the contemporary and modern art world and has well established relationships with a number of online auction sites, including 1stdibs and Artnet.

Another remarkable space featuring the Fall 2017 Collection is Singapore’s Addicted Art Gallery. Agent X’s art is being represented by Mrs. Elena and Mr. Blair. Addicted Art Gallery is famous worldwide for their support of Contemporary, Urban, Graffiti and Pop Art. Its collection includes a mix of South East Asian and international works.

Agent X, who was born in the United States and received his formal art training in Vancouver, Canada, has won awards internationally for his Futurist and Pop Culture influenced multimedia mashups that synchronize classical training and ability, with the best modern technology has to offer.

Reviews of his work continue to be extremely positive.

D.T., from London, recently said in a five star review, “Just to let you know the artwork looks amazing, I love it. Thanks again for all your help and please add me to your mail list.”

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