The four E-boys (Steffen Sauerteig, Svend Smital, Kai Vermehr and Peter Stemmler) are maestros of pixel graphics. All of their pictures are drawn as identical isometric projections, the sides and angles of which retain the same proportions, irrespective of their position within the scene. This technique, familiar from computer games such as "The Sims," allows each pictorial element to be used as an independent module in further images. Over the years therefore, E-Boy has compiled a constantly expanding archive of motifs, which they use to depict Pop worlds populated by aliens, robots, cars, cannons, dealers, girls and machines. E-Boy lures viewers into artificial toy landscapes, in which Pop, consumerism and adolescent fantasies are magnified ad absurdum in an ironic and positive manner.