Brenden Williams (@brendenwilliams)
i quit my job at Luby’s so i could take photos
Dreamy pixelscapes & side-scroller nostalgia
Will Mullery (@ukelyon)
I'm a digital artist based out of Oakland, CA
Yuya Takeda (@yuyatakeda)
General 2D/3D artist
Kevin Andrews (@andrewknives)
CREATIVE // DESIGN
Boris Peianov (@boris_peianov)
Visual artist in Copenhagen, I use digital collage as a way of Art Direction by combining elements from different worlds in one visual story.
Eran Hilleli (@eranhill)
Web designer and director.
Processing | openFrameworks | creative code | generative art | space
I like space, science and media art.
My works are imagined from the behavior of microscopic particles to the macroscopic universe by using Processing, openFrameworks etc.
twitter : @takumi_uchu
I make motion illustration.
Bard Edlund (@edlundart)
Freelance art director / designer / animator
Adam Zimmer (@ajzimmer93)
Hello! Im Adam Zimmer and i'm a freelance motion designer based out of Detroit, MI. If you have a project in mind, please don't be shy and say hello!
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.
My name is Victor Fota and I'm a young visual artist from Bucharest, Romania. I have been studying art, formally, since the 4'rd grade. I have a Bachelor and Master's degree in Art History, department of Conservation and Restoration, at the National University of Arts in Bucharest (2009-2014). Since 2009 I started focusing on oil paintings and materializing my visions and personal introspection, and, not the least, taking a great interest in oil painting techniques.
Vincent Bakker (@vincent_bakker)
‘What really went on there? We only have this excerpt’
The worlds I paint are imaginative. The paintings originate from dreamlike ideas that pop up in my head.
The origine of these images can be texts, music or other paintings.
During painting, anything can arise and change in the painting. Eventually an image emerges in which the composition, use of color and figuration form a wondrous individuality.
His works consists of acrylic and pastel paintings, which are mostly abstract in style, with photographs used as a starting point for his digital works. The beautiful nature of women acts as a core inspiration to Daniel.
Brandi Read (@brandiread)
I'm a feminist oil painter and installation artist from Kalamazoo, MI. I currently live and work in Bahrain.
Neal Breton (@nealbretonart)
Studio: San Luis Obispo, CA
A native of the East Coast, one of my first memories when I moved here in 1982 was the boardwalk at Venice Beach. There, I saw rollerskating guitar players, punks eating out of trash cans, palm trees and teeshirts. So many to-the-point and colorful graphics captured in my head so long ago havefinally manifested in this series of work.
Recent Exhibition History:
2016 Nov: C4W Group Show @ Gamut Gallery, Mineapolis
2016 Oct: How High @ Left Field SLO, curated by Ryan Travis Christian
2016 May: In This Together @ Flood Gallery Los Angeles, curated by Seonna Hong
2015 Dec: Flower Pepper 4th Year Anniversary show, Pasadena, CA
Edith Meijering (@poespas)
"Life is a dream, and that dream is real."
With a strong confident moving hand and a-typical colours this gifted Dutch Painter,
Edith Meijering (1962) seems to show us a mirror that creates questions about the Human Condition.
She loosens and stirs, searching for “the picture behind the created image”.
By combining several forms of expression and reality, the artist reacts on the boundaries between reality and fiction with authenticity and role-playing games.
As if she embraces the dark side of the psychological condition of the mind of mankind and combines this with all the ideas and mixed feelings about cultural acceptations.
The works of the artist Edith
Dan Covert is an artist and director who lives in Brooklyn, NY. He began to experiment with painting and woodworking as a way to reconnect with making. Since then, he developed a graphic language of organic and decisive forms. His work explores structuring and ordering these abstract shapes so they appear composed yet spontaneous. Dan is as interested in negative space as he is the positive, while he continues to develop new forms and compositions, using both analog and digital processes.
Dan grew up in Ohio and studied graphic design at CCA in San Francisco. In 2007 Dan co-founded Dress Code, a production company, with his friend Andre Andreev.