ERRO (1932), born as Guðmundur Guðmundsson, is an Icelandic postmodernist artist. He studied in Norway and Italy, and spent most of his time in Paris and Thailand. Using visual elements from popular culture, advertisements, comics and posters, as well as references to political and historical events, Erro sought to demystify everyday life in a consumer society, trying to uncover the centers of power that these myths create, primarily the media, and point to their ability to manipulate people.

He donated a large collection of his works to the Reykjavik Museum in 1989, which included some of his works in a permanent exhibition. The entire collection can be viewed online.

Erro, Plava ptica, 1993, print 4 od 25, 105 x 65 cm