Berlin artist Edward B. Gordon paints a picture every day and auctions them all online. His online auctions are open around the clock - and nearly all find satisfied buyers.
Far out on the eastern edge of Berlin, in a former industrial estate in the district of Schöneweide, you'll find Edward B. Gordon's atelier. It's a place far removed from the hip districts of Mitte and Prenzlauerberg. This is Gordon's retreat.
With his wide cord trousers, checked shirt and gelled-back hair, the 47-year-old artist could almost be from another era. But his appearance, like his concrete surroundings, is deceptive.
Edward B. Gordon is clearly a man of the here and now. With his concept of creating and selling a painting a day, Gordon exploits the advantages of digital technology like few other German artists working today.