Paul Kostabi
Title: Untitled Composition
Medium: Giclee on handmade cotton paper
Year: 2016
Edition: 75
Signed and numbered by hand
Size: 13.5 × 18.7 on 19.5 × 23.8 inches

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aul Indrek Kostabi (also known as Ena; born October 1, 1962 in Whittier, California is an American artist, musician, music producer and audio engineer. He is the brother of artist Mark Kostabi.

Kostabi was a founding member of the bands Youth Gone Mad, White Zombie, and Psychotica. Kostabi currently performs with Tony Esposito in the group Kostabeats and with Walter Schreifels band Dead Heavens.

Kostabi became part of the CBGB Festival in 2014 exhibiting paintings alongside photographers Bob Gruen, Michael Lavine and Chris Stein. He also painted live in Times Square while Devo and Jane’s Addiction performed.

Kostabi is credited with naming the painting Use Your Illusion by Mark Kostabi which became the title for Guns N’ Roses studio albums volume 1 and 2.

2012 launches brand Bad Things with artwork on various electronic device covers such as iPhones.

in 2015 Kostabi launches his character sprkl through Gallerie F in Kranenburg at the Art Karlsruhe art fair with a solo exhibition, of paintings sculpture and prints of the character.

2016 Kostabi #sprkl character featured in Pokemon GO game.

2016 Kostabi art featured in Architectural Digest.

Paul Kostabi paintings are present in permanent collections of:

Paterson Museum, New Jersey
Guggenheim Museum, New York
New England Museum of Art, Brooklyn, Connecticut
Millennium Museum
Whitney Museum of Art, Video, Paper Tiger Sessions
Museion Museum, Bolzano, Italy

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aul Indrek Kostabi (also known as Ena; born October 1, 1962 in Whittier, California is an American artist, musician, music producer and audio engineer. He is the brother of artist Mark Kostabi.

Kostabi was a founding member of the bands Youth Gone Mad, White Zombie, and Psychotica. Kostabi currently performs with Tony Esposito in the group Kostabeats and with Walter Schreifels band Dead Heavens.

Kostabi became part of the CBGB Festival in 2014 exhibiting paintings alongside photographers Bob Gruen, Michael Lavine and Chris Stein. He also painted live in Times Square while Devo and Jane’s Addiction performed.

Kostabi is credited with naming the painting Use Your Illusion by Mark Kostabi which became the title for Guns N’ Roses studio albums volume 1 and 2.

2012 launches brand Bad Things with artwork on various electronic device covers such as iPhones.

in 2015 Kostabi launches his character sprkl through Gallerie F in Kranenburg at the Art Karlsruhe art fair with a solo exhibition, of paintings sculpture and prints of the character.

2016 Kostabi #sprkl character featured in Pokemon GO game.

2016 Kostabi art featured in Architectural Digest.

Paul Kostabi paintings are present in permanent collections of:

Paterson Museum, New Jersey
Guggenheim Museum, New York
New England Museum of Art, Brooklyn, Connecticut
Millennium Museum
Whitney Museum of Art, Video, Paper Tiger Sessions
Museion Museum, Bolzano, Italy