Andee Cris (@ataraxiaa)
As above, so below.
Andy Dass (@andydass)
Andrew Da Silva is a Urban artist from Montreal, inspired by 90’s cartoons, comics and graffiti. With a penchant for clean bold lines, and vibrant colour palettes, Andrew paints monsters, and characters with a distinctive edge. His paintings are often humorous, satirical, cute and sometimes creepy.
KOSMOTOMI - It is the form that one reaches to from the state of not knowing. Upon realizing how potent the facts of being are, the focus lies entirely on the actuality of the journey, the pulse. Wandering from wonder to wonder, witnessing the unity of timelessness and all things. The approach of exerting the self onto the flow in the everlasting tendency of relation to propagate in every entity, as holders of separate existences.
An Laphan (@laphanesque)
Moving-image artist and assemblagist.
Marie Caye (@mariecaye)
Jennifer Hrabota Lesser (@jenniferhrabotalesser)
Guy UsinU (@guyusinuartistcouk-fineart)
Oils on canvas fine artist. Inserting BDSM into fine art...
Portraits on commission.
For original sales and prints.
Mike Biskup (@mikebiskup)
Everything and Everyone Connected - Imaginary landscapes and abstractions with watercolor and India ink.
In my paintings, everything flows together. Colors, lines and shapes - people, plants, and things are woven into one harmonious, functional system. I want to subtly remind viewers that we humans, in all our diversity, are essentially interconnected, and with thoughtfulness, can function together harmoniously as well.
I create a world of beauty and bounty by generously sharing my visions of Oneness.
Artlord touches various overlapping themes and styles. Several reoccurring subject matters can be recognized throughout his work; the relation between popular culture and media, repetition, provocation, and a deeper look into the process of expectations; particularly with recycled pop culture icons.
Artlord’s works often refers to pop and mass culture. Using text, vibrant colors, and a street art aesthetic; he creates a euphoric world where light-heartedness meets undermined rules.
Ottograph, a large-scale mural painter, has been slinging paint since the age of ten. The Modern Art Museum of Antwerpen (Belgium) is home to a giant Ottograph mural. Otto also painted murals in Moscow, Tokyo, Berlin New York and San Fancisco. Ottograph is also operating the website “I Paint Everyday” www.ipainteveryday.com to encourage the tedious, yet necessary practice of serious painting.
Ottograph has worked for clients like Greenpeace, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mars, Ford, and Merecedes-Benz.
Dutch artist Ottograph created Amsterdam’s first real 24/7 outdoor street art gallery at the Wijdesteeg. This is a pic of the colored paving stones of this
Emilia Genuardi (@emiliagenuardi)
Art Director • Free lance curator. Photography consultant.
Scott Grodesky (@sgrodesky)
Tomoki Uematsu (@tomokiu)
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