Bredenbekk’s works are characterized by his fascination for icons and the technical part of the idea and working process. He works strategically to create art that appeals to the viewer and evokes a feeling of ambivalence – a duality between the scary and the beautiful.
His most recent work consists of a selection of pencil drawings that presents both darkness and a mythological – almost supernatural – aspect through motif, structure and technique.
The drawings are reproduced as high quality digital prints and his graphic works are signed and numbered editions of screen, riso or letterpress prints. His drawn works usually embrace a contrast of darkness and hope and his graphic work is inspired by social realism from the industrial era. Bredenbekk’s works combines different technical skills with a keen eye for storytelling and graphic expression.