Emmanuel Olunkwa

Emmanuel Olunkwa (b. 1994; Los Angeles) is an artist, editor, writer, and filmmaker based in New York. His work brings deep study and surprising connection across culture, fashion, urban landscape, and social ecology.

E&Ko.
Founded in 2020 by Emmanuel Olunkwa, E&Ko. is an interdisciplinary studio producing images, furniture, and functional objects for the home and everyday use in Brooklyn, New York.

Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture

M.S. — Critical, Curatorial, and
 Conceptual Practices

The New School’s Eugene Lang College

B.A. — Race Studies, Art History, and 
Architectural Spatiality

He is the co-founder of November Magazine with Lauren O’Neill-Butler, and Dawn Chan, Aria Dean, and Alec Mapes-Frances.

Clients: Instagram, The Shed, 300 Entertainment, Farfetch, SSense, Adidas, Applied Arts Agency, Need Supply, Kilo Kish, JW Anderson, Thom Browne, and Abbi Jacobson.

Publications: i-D, Vogue, Interview, Artforum, Garage, Kaleidoscope, Cultured Magazine, The Guide, Teen Vogue, Document Journal, Dazed, Vice, Crack, and the Museum of Modern Art.

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