Born in The Hague in 1964, Ed Reininga is a Dutch artist and photographer known for his unique approach to capturing ‘images from within’. His work delves into the realms of the subconscious and the unconscious, using a variety of mediums and techniques to bring these inner visions to life. From wax and chalk to markers, coloring pencils, and digital photography, Ed’s creative process is as diverse as the subjects he explores. His artwork is often digitized and printed on photographic polyester, mounted with Diasec® on perspex and dibond, resulting in visually striking pieces that challenge viewers to look beyond the surface and into the depths of the psyche.

Education and Background

Ed’s journey as an artist began at a young age, but it wasn’t until later in life that he fully embraced his passion for photography and visual art. With a background in Computer Science and Business Administration, Ed brings a unique perspective to his work, blending technical precision with creative expression. He is also a certified Transpersonal Coach/Therapist, allowing him to draw upon insights from psychology and personal development in his artistic practice.


Growing up in The Hague, Ed’s early experiences with photography were a form of self-expression and exploration. Despite pursuing a career in IT and management consulting, his love for photography never waned. Over the years, he honed his skills as a photographer and began experimenting with drawing and painting, eventually establishing himself as a professional artist under the label Koyero. Today, Ed’s work reflects a lifelong journey of self-discovery and creative exploration, capturing the essence of the human experience in all its complexity and beauty.


For Ed, art is more than just a visual medium – it’s a way of tapping into the deeper currents of the human psyche. His fascination with the interplay between intricacy and complexity drives his creative process, leading him to explore themes of consciousness, identity, and the nature of reality itself. Through his art, Ed seeks to bridge the gap between the conscious and unconscious mind, inviting viewers to embark on a journey of self-discovery and introspection.

Vision & Approach

Ed’s approach to photography is rooted in mindfulness and presence. Rather than planning out his shots in advance, he allows himself to be guided by intuition and spontaneity, capturing moments of raw emotion and subtle beauty. His work is a testament to the idea that “the real magic is everywhere”, inviting viewers to see the world through fresh eyes and rediscover the wonder of everyday life.

In conclusion, Ed Reininga is not just a photographer – he’s a storyteller, a philosopher, and a visionary. Through his art, he invites us to look beyond the surface of things and explore the hidden depths of our own consciousness. With each photograph, he reminds us that beauty can be found in the most unexpected places, if only we take the time to look.


Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about Koyero and our unique art pieces? We’ve got answers!
Our art is inspired by a variety of sources, including nature, architecture, and myths. We draw inspiration from the writings of Ken Wilber, Taoism, and Joseph Campbell, as well as other deeper truths. The result is an abstract and colorful art style that is truly unique.
We use the highest quality materials to create our art pieces, including Diasec on Dibond prints. This ensures that our pieces are both durable and visually stunning. Plus, we offer a lifetime guarantee on all of our pieces, so you can be sure that you’re getting a high-quality product that will last.
We offer free shipping worldwide on all of our art pieces. This applies to both limited edition and open edition pieces. We want to make it easy for you to enjoy our art, no matter where you are in the world.
Limited edition pieces are numbered and signed by the artist, and there are only a certain number of them available. Once they are sold out, they will not be reproduced. Open edition pieces are not numbered or signed and are not limited in quantity.
Yes, we want you to be completely satisfied with your Koyero art piece. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you can return it within 30 days of receiving it for a full refund or exchange. Please refer to our Return Policy page for more information.




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