travel and photography
Holly Kathleen Payne (@bettydrapers_fatsuit)
Native of SF-12yrs in LA Adventurer-Gadfly-CatMom-ArtLover-Partner-Artist-Friend-Producer-Nerd-Feminist-Anglophile-BionicWoman-ChampionThrifter
FEFE TALAVERA (@fefetalavera)
Fefe Talavera's monster paintings are metaphors for strong and subconscious human emotions like anger, fear, dreams or desire. Inspired by the darkness and the light innate in the dualistic world we inhabit, the colourful fantastic beasts which she connects with the "dark side" of her inner self stand for the artist's cultural roots as well as the primary and powerful energy of her work in the streets all over the world and the light she finds in the darkness.
Fefe, who is influenced by Mayan or Aztec mythologies and her Mexican heritage, is most well known for her monsters made of cut out letters from concert-announcement posters found all around the stree
Franki Chan (@frankichan)
Owner of IHEARTCOMIX, DJ & Illustrator.
elizabeth mcgrath (@lizmcgrath)
I am an artist who works with a range of materials. I love creating whimsical and mythological creatures, saints and monsters, creepy cute animals, dolls and sculptures.
jeben berg (@jebenair)
Exquisite Form. 100% Outsider.
Yosi Sergant (@a35mmlife)
I have been known to figure skate on think ice.
Lil Tuffy Tuffington (@lil_tuffy)
Artist/Designer Lover/Fighter Yes/No
Miranda O'Brien (@cluttermaz)
Audrey Kawasaki (@audkawa)
drawer. painter. maker. LA.
James Jean (@jamesjean)
Lori Zimmer (@lorizimmer)
Corey Smith (@coreysmithsimulacrum)
Travis Louie (@travislouie)
painter of pictures, storyteller, collector of fine writing instruments
Architecture student at the University of Maryland
Jeremyville is a concept, a place within the landscape of the mind, where anyone can travel to, spend time in, walk around the streets and find things to hopefully relate to in some way.
Shepard Fairey (@obeygiant)