Luciano L. Thomas (@lucianothomas)
Luciano is from Long Beach, California and is currently a student enrolled in the College of Creative Studies at the University of California Santa Barbara to further his abilities and knowledge in art. He also writes and produces music under the alias Blonds.
Location: Los Angele
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Jason Ackerman (@jasonackerman)
I have been a professional tattoo artist for a number of years and have been feeling a compulsion to explore a new means of self-expression. By the first few strokes, I found that painting was the missing key that would free my creativity. This quickly grew into an insatiable desire to create exclusively with acrylic and canvas. By juxtaposing notable historical and religious figures in my paintings, I am leaving the viewer with an uncomfortable image to pick apart individually. I find it fascinating to see the reaction and how it varies from person to person. The paintings typically evoke a feeling of shock and confusion. The plastic appearance of my cha
Jesse Narens (@jessenarens)
art&nature ↟ ↠ ↟ oregon
Dave Chenell (@dchen)
Ania Bui (@aniabui)
I simply translate thoughts and ideas into visual solutions. My goal is to create work that influences the way people live and think. Other than that, I like listening to Doja Cat and collecting print junk.
Artist from New Zealand and currently resides in Fremantle, Western Australia where I have a studio at PSAS.
Follow me on instagram www.instagram.com/Jacobbayneart
My newest work draws upon the underlying beauty of urban decay. I get inspired when I see things like weathered signs stuck on abandoned buildings, advertisements layered on subway platforms, and graffiti in dive bar bathrooms.
With my artwork, I attempt to tell stories through fragmented visual clues. These stories and their subjects are rarely given in their entirety but offer viewers an incomplete narrative through which their own conclusions can be drawn. The layers, although torn, ripped and sometimes almost unintelligible, help to convey a message. That is a message of reliance, of defiance and sometimes, even a message of hope.
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.
Soong Reader (@qchip)
Kira Fröse (@kirafroese)
„I have to touch this“
This is the essence of what drives me to make art. Glossy surfaces and structures, fluid forms and dynamic matter, the contraposition of stagnation and movement fascinates and inspires me. My work is emotive and focused on one’s desire for haptic experiences.
Subconsciously driven by the beauty of nature, I create static structures that depict motion and appear to be light despite the heaviness of their substance. Through the conceptual use of organic, playful, and dynamic shapes, my work invites the viewer to experience what is before them with their own senses and imagination.
The materials I mainly use are ceramics, plastic, glass a
federico cortese (@federicocortese)
artist, designer, architect. Compulsive painter and pencil obsessed
Based in Paris, France (@alexandre_bellenger)
Alexandre Bellenger is making music & visual works. He is the creator of the magazine MY PRECIOUS TRASH. He has collaborated with Levis Vintage Clothing on an advertising campaign in 2000. His works have been shown in the magazines BAD TO THE BONE, DDmag, DAZED and CONFUSED, PIL
As a musician and improviser he has played or recorded since 2000 all over Europe in the noise and experimental scenes with Otomo Yoshihide, Noël Akchoté, Jean-François Pauvros, Roger Turner or Chris Corsano.
The Art of Chase (@theartofchase)
The Art of Chase is known for his quirky and humorous paintings that create disruption in our day to day lives. After moving to Los Angeles from Belgium in the 1990s he began his foray into the street art world on a large scale, seeing a raw city open to creation, offering a new mode of communication through imagery and quirky text. His determination, fueled by his mantra “where there’s a wall, there’s a way,” has given rise to international opportunities and over 350 murals worldwide. The psychedelic, graphic, and positive aesthetic of his work add to the urban landscape, but also seek to create a dialogue between city inhabitants and within ourselves.
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