Lala Abaddon - New York City, NY
Lala Abaddon seeks to examine the dual nature of binary relationships with parallels that give shape to their physical existence. In her woven work she integrates many components in her process, capturing her unique images multiple times through a repetitive sequence of traditional analog photographic methods, then arranging the large format prints into precise and deliberate pairings.
Aloha - Rome, Italy
Aloha has been active on the street creating space and visibility for LGBT+ themes since Rome’s 2010 Pride celebrations.
Maayan Alper-Swan - Brooklyn, NY
A frequent traveler, her work is informed by cultural exchange and the exploration of global cultures and landscapes. She works primarily in watercolor and ink employing her unique sense of color infused by an undying love for the 1970's.
Heather Benjamin - Providence, RI
Heather Benjamin is an artist currently living and working in Providence, Rhode Island.
Lauren Simkin Berke - Brooklyn, NY
Lauren Simkin Berke is a Brooklyn-based American artist and illustrator who indentifies primarily as a drawer (of the ink on paper variety), and maker of images and things.
Blanco - New York City, NY
Blanco is white, Blanco is Spanish, Blanco speaks Mongolian. His diet consists mainly of baklava and his favorite soccer player is Ronaldinho. He is trained in history and anthropology. He is also learning to paint and make prints. Much of his work is directed with the hope of creating a more equitable and just society/world although sometimes he is not sure WTF is going on. He has formerly worked as a teacher, archaeologist, bagel baker, and barista. Currently he is working on several projects including "All My Friends Are Immigrants and Refugees." This project is a reaction to the xenophobia gripping American culture. Nobody is free until we are all free.
Nydia Blas - Ithaca, NY
Nydia Blas is a visual artist living in Ithaca, New York with her husband and two children. She uses photography, collage, video, and books to address matters of sexuality, intimacy, and her lived experience as a girl, woman, and mother. Blas delicately weaves stories concerning circumstance, value, and power and uses her work to create a physical and allegorical space presented through a Black feminine lens. The result is an environment that is dependent upon the belief that in order to maintain resiliency, a magical outlook is necessary.
Jon Burgerman - New York City, NY
Jon Burgerman is a UK born, NYC based artist instigating improvisation and play through drawing and spectacle. He is a purveyor of doodles and is often credited and referenced as the leading figure in the popular 'Doodle' art style.
Monica Canilao - Oakland, CA
In the heart of Oakland, California, Monica Canilao spends her days stitching, painting, printing, and breathing life into the refuse that dominates our time and place. Moving across media, sometimes with friends and sometimes alone, Canilao makes a delicate visual record of the personal and communal. She received a BFA from California College of Arts and Crafts and has shown in galleries, community spaces, abandoned places and worldwide.
Eric Loundy - OAKLAND, CA
Far out Freebird who has journeyed coast to coast at least three times on his motorcycle and flew through the Grand Canyon in his astral body.
Candy Chang - New Orleans, LA
Through the activation of public spaces around the world, artist Candy Chang creates work that examines the dynamics between society and the psyche, the threshold between isolation and community, and the role of the commons in contemporary wellbeing. She is interested in the relationship between public space and mental health, the tension between individual liberty and social cohesion, and a city that exposes and fosters the complexity of the individual and collective psyche.
Louise Chen aka Ouizi - Detroit, MI
Louise Chen aka Ouizi works primarily on a large scale, with subject matter that is in in the realm of ornament and design. Her aesthetic is inspired by folk, indigenous, and spiritual art, as well as patterns found in nature, and patterns from textiles and wallpaper. What she chooses as her main subject is often what other artists would use in the margins as she places a lot of value on the edges. She is always working towards masterful execution in all aspects of her practice, and considers herself more of an artisan than an artist.
Nomi Chi - Vancouver, Canada
Nomi Chi is a tattooer and visual artist currently residing in Vancouver, Canada. She holds a BFA in illustration from Emily Carr University of Art & Design, and is a resident tattooer at Gastown Tattoo Parlour.
Martha Cooper - New York City, NY
Martha Cooper grew up surrounded by cameras, her father and uncle were camera store owners. From an early age she accompanied her father on outings with the Baltimore Camera Club. She took her first photographs at age 3. In the decades since, Cooper’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide including Museum of the City of New York and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Her first book, Subway Art (with Henry Chalfant), has been reprinted multiple times and is affectionately called the “bible” by graffiti artists. In the 33 years it has been in print has consistently outsold nearly every other art book on the market.
Molly Crabapple - New York City, NY
Molly Crabapple is an artist and writer living in New York. Her work has been described as “God’s own circus posters,” by Rolling Stone, but beneath the lavishly detailed surface, it engages injustice and rebellion. Molly has been called “equal parts Hieronymus Bosch, William S. Burroughs and Cirque du Soleil,” by The Guardian; “THE artist of our time” by comedian Margaret Cho, and “a brilliant and principled artist” by BoingBoing. She spent four years as the staff artist of The Box, one of the world’s most lavish (and notorious) nightclubs. Molly has taken her sketchbook from burlesque halls to refugee camps, always with a skeptical eye for power.
Parker Day - Los Angeles, CA
Parker Day is a Los Angeles based photographic artist whose work explores identity and the masks we wear. Through costuming and exaggerated expressions, Day toys with the truth of who and what she portrays. She deliberately eschews Photoshop in favor of in-camera capture on film. Lurid color bathes her work and heightens the surreality of her subjects while the grain and grit of the photographs make them palpably real.
Chris "Daze" Ellis - New York City, NY
Chris Daze Ellis began his prolific career painting the gritty New York subways in the mid 70's while attending the High School of Art & Design. He is one of the few artists from that period to make the successful transition from the subways to the studio. His work can be found in the permanent collections of such museums as The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Brooklyn Museum, The Museum of the City of New York, The Groninger Museum in the Netherlands and The Ludwig Museum in Aachen, Germany. Daze continues to live and work in New York City.
SHEPARD FAIREY - Los Angeles, CA
Shepard Fairey was born in Charleston, South Carolina, and received his BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. While at RISD, he created the “Andre the Giant has a Posse” sticker that transformed into the OBEY GIANT art campaign. The OBEY GIANT imagery has changed the way people see art and the urban landscape. In 2009, Fairey’s portrait of Barack Obama was inducted into the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery as the official presidential portrait. Fairey has exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including: the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; and Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati. His works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC.
Faith XLVII - Los ANGELES, CA
Faith47 is an internationally-acclaimed visual artist from South Africa who has been applauded for her ability to resonate with people around the world. Through her work, Faith47 attempts to disarm the strategies of global realpolitik, in order to advance the expression of personal truth. In this way, her work is both an internal and spiritual release that speaks to the complexities of the human condition, its deviant histories and existential search.
Faust - New York City, NY
Faust has made a name for himself worldwide as one of the most innovative and influential graffiti artists coming out of New York today. He has become recognized for incorporating classical clligraphic sensibilities with contemporary graffiti writing.
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh - New York City, NY
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, a native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She is a 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient, and the creator of Stop Telling Women to Smile, an international street art series that tackles gender based street harassment. The public art series can be found on walls across the globe, amassing international attention for tackling violence against women in public spaces. Tatyana has been profiled by the New York Times, NPR, and listed as one of Brooklyn’s most influential people by Brooklyn Magazine.
John Fekner - New York City, NY
John Fekner is a street and multimedia artist, who has created hundreds of environmental, social, political and conceptual works consisting of stenciled words, symbols, dates and icons spray painted outdoors across the world. He has been painting words outdoors since 1968.
Fox Fisher - London, UK
Fox Fisher is a trans masculine artist, author, actor & film-maker.
Katy Galvin - Philadelphia, PA
Katy Galvin is a graduate of the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a major in Graphic and Interactive Design and minor in Art History. She is passionately curious and an eager student of the world (and the cosmos).
Ganzeer - Denver, Colorado
Described as a “chameleon” by Carlo McCormick in the New York Times, Ganzeer is considered one of the most enigmatic artists of his generation. Ganzeer operates seamlessly between art, design, and storytelling, creating what he has coined: Concept Pop, a brand of cultural insurgency that utilizes the aesthetics birthed by Pop Art in tackling the subject matter typically ascribed to Conceptual Art. His medium of choice as described by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie in Artforum is “a little bit of everything: stencils, murals, paintings, pamphlets, comics, installations, graphic design,” and more.
Jonathan Gardenhire - NEw York City, NY
Jonathan Gardenhire is an artist and community leader whose work explores representations of race, masculinity and sexuality, most often with an emphasis on black men. Using traditional methods of photography, such as studio portraiture, and more contemporary methods, such as appropriation, Gardenhire’s work traces a "mis-history" in an attempt to redefine and reclaim black identity through a variety of imagery to reshape perceptions of black humanity at large.
Jeffrey Gibson - NEw York
Jeffrey Gibson grew up in major urban centers in the United States, Germany, Korea, England and elsewhere. He is also a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and half Cherokee. Gibson’s artwork intermingles elements of traditional Native American art with contemporary artistic references. Thus powwow regalia, 19th century parfleche containers, and drums are seamlessly merged with elements of Modernist geometric abstraction, Minimalism, and Pattern and Decoration.
The Guerrilla Girls are an anonymous group of activist artists who have devoted our lives to fighting for ALL human rights and against the takeover of art and culture by the rich and powerful. Most of their work has been about discrimination and corruption in art, but they have also examined other issues like film, pop culture, gender stereotypes, war, and income inequality.
Paul Harfleet - London, UK
Paul Harfleet is an artist, writer and designer. he has been planting pansies at sites of homophobia since 2005. He has visited cities across the U.K. and throughout Europe the U.S and Canada. To date he has planted almost 300 individual pansies at sites of homophobia. His photographs have been exhibited internationally from Berlin, Paris, London and Manchester, where Harfleet devised the project.
Jon Henry - Brooklyn, NY
Jon Henry was born and raised in Queens NY, now residing in Brooklyn. He is a visual artist, working primarily with photography. His work is comprised of 2 main focuses. One on the black community at large as seen in Stranger Fruit. The other focus investigates athletes and their representation in a fine art context.
Hugo Gyrl - New Orleans, LA
Hugo Gyrl is a street artist based in New Orleans. Their work references drag culture, feminism, horror and of course graffiti.
Sam Heimer - Philadelphia, PA
Sam Heimer is a Philadelphia area illustrator and designer. He works in a variety of illustration markets, as well as helps coordinate art exhibitions for Phantom Hand, a local art group. He patiently awaits the day you contact him with work. Which you should do.
Sam Horine - NEw York City, NY
Sam Horine is a photographer and educator based in New York City. He's a regular explorer of forgotten, abandoned and under-appreciated places. He has contributed to publications including NY Magazine, Time Out New York, The Village Voice and Gothamist and spent time as an adjunct instructor at NYU.
JIM HOUSER - Philadelphia, PA
Jim Houser was born in 1973 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the city where he currently resides. He is a self-taught artist and an honorary founding member of the Philly-based artist collective Space1026. Houser’s installations create a mapping system, cataloguing his thinking. His work explores the cadence of speech, science and science fiction, sickness and disease, plants and animals, time travel, ghosts, the art of children and the gravity of fatherhood, codes and code breaking, music and music making.
Shaniqwa Jarvis - New York City, NY
Shaniqwa Jarvis is an artist known for combining a modern fashion aesthetic with sensitive and emotional portraiture. She captures vivid reality across a wide variety of subjects that always appear to be an extension of herself in images that speak to raw, disparate feelings imbued with a deep sparkling optimism. Jarvis has executed large scale portrait projects and exhibits in London, Tokyo, Los Angeles and New York. She co created Social Studies, a experiential retail pop up focusing on connecting the youth to creators through curated programming. She has released a range of creative products with companies like Adidas, The Standard Hotels Group, SNS and Supreme.
Jeremyville - New York, NY
Jeremyville is a New York based artist, product designer and author. His art is about simple, thought provoking messages told in an instantly recognizable style. Jeremyville draws daily in his sketchbook and shares his Community Service Announcements through his social media, with messages of environmental action, social change, inner growth and positive daily actions.
Jetsonorama - Navajo Nation
Jetsonorama is a photographer, public artist, activist and physician who has been working between Monument Valley and The Grand Canyon on the Navajo nation since 1987. There, he coordinates the Painted Desert Project – a community building exchange which manifests as a constellation of murals across the Navajo Nation painted by artists from all over the rez + the world. You can find his large scale photographs pasted on the roadside, on the sides of houses in the northern Arizona desert.
Mel Kadel - Los Angeles, CA
Mel Kadel grew up in the Pennsylvania suburbs and graduated with a B.F.A. from Moore College of Art & Design in 1997. From Philadelphia, she moved to New York City for a couple years, and then headed west to California. Mel has been living and working in Los Angeles for over a decade. With a technique some have called “drawing with an eyelash,” Kadel has created a visual narrative that communicates interconnectedness, balance, and our moments of strength.
Alex Krokus - New York City, NY
Alex Krokus is a 2D animator with a background in illustration and comics. His influences include 16th century woodcuts, Calvin & Hobbes and the first 8 seasons of The Simpsons.
Ian Kuali'i - Berkeley, CA
Ian Kuali’i is a multi-disciplinary artist born in Orange County California, raised in Maui, Hawaii and currently residing in the Berkeley, California. His art is predominantly influenced by his ancestral ties to the indigenous people of the Southwest United States and Hawai’i, as well as occult symbolism, mysticism, global politics and themes of urban decay.
Bo Lee - New York, NY
Bo Lee is an architect who’s been practicing architecture in NYC over 20 years. By day, Bo draws straight lines and builds spaces for clients. By night, she indulges herself by drawing characters who she believes have a lot to say and share.
Lésbica Feminista - Brazil
The Lésbica Feminista project is an experimental artistic manifesto made by a feminist lesbian woman.
Kristen Liu-Wong - Los Angeles, CA
Kristen is a Los Angeles- based artist from San Francisco who studied Illustration at Pratt Institute.
Myles Loftin - New York City, NY
Myles Loftin's work focuses on capturing intimately unique moments. Myles loves to incorporate bright and vibrant color schemes in his work because of the way that they make an image stand out. Art is an important part of Myles' life and as a minority artist he wants to work to create opportunities for other minority artists to gain recognition and access in the art world through social activism and community outreach. Myles is currently at Parsons School of Design pursuing a BFA in photography.
Emily Lombardo - New York City, NY
Emily Lombardo received her BFA from The Massachusetts College of Art and Design and her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her work has been shown and collected internationally. Lombardo applies her vast knowledge of sculpture and print across a wide range of conceptual projects. She engages with appropriative art practices as a mode of investigating personal and cultural identity.
nOEL'LE lONGHAUL - Great Falls, MA
Noel'le Longhaul is a tattooer at Charon Art in Great Falls, MA. She is a self-taught ex-stick'n'poker focused on empathic collaborative image-building through ritual processes of embodiment support, and holds a BFA in Printmaking from RISD.
Tina Lugo - Portland, OR
Tina Lugo was born and raised in The Bronx, NY. She studied at the School of Visual Arts where she obtained her BFA and worked with fellow artist, Nicolas Touron. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon where she continues to make glass paintings in her Pacific Northwest studio.
Alex Marino - Brooklyn, NY
Alex Marino is a Brooklyn-based designer and illustrator currently working at Refinery29. She graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012. Since then she has gained experience in a range of different fields including digital work, printed collateral, experiential design, and production work.
Erin McAdams - San Francisco, CA
Erin McAdams seeks to understand how the events of the past coupled with the choices we make inform our desires and sometimes limit our actions. Their imagery often includes topography and maps as a way to link the concreteness of a place with the abstraction of a feeling. The images not only map who they are, but also supply the routes to who they will become.
Grace Miceli - Brooklyn, NY
Grace Miceli is a Brooklyn based freelance illustrator and curator. She runs the online exhibition space Art Baby Gallery and the clothing + accessory line Art Baby Girl.
Marilyn Minter - New York City, NY
Marilyn Minter has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH, the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, Germany, and elsewhere. In 2006, Minter was included in the Whitney Biennial, and in collaboration with Creative Time she installed billboards all over Chelsea in New York City. From 2015 through 2017, Minter’s retrospective Pretty/Dirty traveled to the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, the MCA Denver, the Orange County Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Museum.
Beyon Wren Moor - occupied Pocumtuck territory
Beyon wren moor is an award winning, transgender, mixed race, indigenous, multidisciplinary artist / activist, and nationally touring musician. Growing up as a broken branch, being passed between the limbs of a family tree, torched and decayed, through generations of colonial violence and genocide, her work exposes intergenerational trauma and its roots in colonization and continued state violence towards indigenous peoples. Naming her own body as the house she was born in, she creates her own form of stability atop ever-shifting ephemera of shattered life and growing things.
Rebecca Morgan - Clearfield, PA
Rebecca Morgan is from central Pennsylvania, and her paintings, drawings, and ceramics emanate from stereotypes of rural Appalachia. Humorous, benevolent, and savage at turns, her characters touch on truths about poverty, addiction, and off-the-grid living, as well as idealizations of uncultured country life. As an on-and-off-again New Yorker, Morgan represents the ultimate insider/outsider point-of view, embracing and critically distancing herself from her origins.
Jeremy Novy - Los Angeles, CA
Jeremy Novy’s street art combats a homophobic lack of representation in public spaces with a celebration of gay iconography, bringing joviality and warmth to disused urban spaces. His pioneering images of drag queens, physique pictorials, and pornography bring to life the multiplicity of modern identity, reminding us that the we, each of us, must walk the streets of our cities in collective solidarity.
Michelle Angela Ortiz - Philadelphia, PA
Michelle Angela Ortiz is a visual artist, muralist, and community arts educator based in Philadelphia. She uses her art as a vehicle to represent people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted. Her work tells stories using richly crafted and emotive imagery to claim and transform “blighted” spaces, producing visual affirmations that reveal the strength and spirit of the community. Ortiz has designed and created over 30 large-scale public works around the world.
Pat Perry - Detroit, MI
Pat Perry is an artist from Michigan who writes and makes pictures through careful and cautious observation. He often works itinerantly, and lives in Detroit.
Praxis - New York City, NY
Praxis is a stencil artist based in New York City. Their work focuses on animal rights.
Cheryl Pope - CHICAGO, IL
Cheryl Pope is a visual artist focused in sculpture, installation, and performance. Her work questions and responds to issues of identity as it relates to the individual and the community, specifically in regards to race, gender, class, history, power and place. Her practice emerges from the act and politics of listening.
Kameelah Janan Rasheed - New York city, NY
Kameelah Janan Rasheed (b.1985) is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist, writer, and former public high school teacher from East Palo Alto, CA. Through installation works that combine photography, printmaking, publications, poetry, and performance, Rasheed’s research and work examine language as it relates to constructions of Black subjectivity.
Yocelyn Riojas - Texas
Yocelyn Riojas is a Latinx designer and illustrator.
Penny Rimbaud - Essex, UK
Penny Rimbaud is a poet and musician. He was a member of the Crass, an anarchist-pacifist band whose art, music, and activism prefigured the culture jamming movement. Rimbaud regularly published his poetry on Twitter.
Tod Seelie - Los Angeles, CA
Seelie has photographed in over 25 countries on five different continents. His editorial and commercial photograph clients include TIME Magazine, New York Magazine, Rolling Stone, Juxtapoz, Vans, and Vice, and his work has been exhibited at Mass MoCA and the Philadelphia Art Alliance. In 2013, Seelie published his first book of photography, BRIGHT NIGHTS: Photographs of Another New York, with Prestel Publishing. The book chronicles 15 years of living and shooting in NYC.
Jamel Shabazz - New York City, NY
Jamel Shabazz was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of fifteen, he picked up his first camera and started to document his peers. Inspired by photographers Leonard Freed, James Van Der Zee, and Gordon Parks, he was marveled with their documentation of the African American community. In 1980 as a concerned photographer with a clear vision he embarked on a mission to extensively document various aspects of life in New York City, from youth culture to a wide range of social conditions. Due to its spontaneity and uniqueness, the streets and subway system became backdrops for many of his photographs.
Jess X. Snow - New York City, NY
Jess X. Snow is a queer Asian-American artist, filmmaker and poet. Through film, mural-making, poetry and youth art education, she is working toward a future where migrant and indigenous youth of color see themselves whole and heroic, on the big screen and the city walls & then grow up to create their own.
Jordan Alam - Seattle, WA
Jordan Alam is a writer, editor, doula, and social change educator based out of Seattle, Washington. A graduate of Barnard College in psychology and creative writing, she has gone on to pursue the dual careers of writing and direct services provision. She is deeply passionate about empowering marginalized communities through promoting under-heard voices and serving those who have limited access to resources.
Amy sol - Las Vegas, NV
Amy Sol spent her childhood years in Korea then moved to Las Vegas, NV where she currently lives and works. Though the style of her work is greatly influenced by a combination of manga, folk-art, vintage illustration and modern design, she remains a self taught artist. She has dedicated many years of her life mixing pigments and mediums to achieve a unique color palette of subtly muted tones. The artist works intuitively from the beginning to end of each piece, with the intent that each painting’s theme or message can be interpreted subjectively. Within these delicate works, you may often find whimsical landscapes populated with exotic plants, animal and females… Amongst the expressions of each character are notions of peaceful reflection and a sense of companionship.
A. W. Sommmers - Brooklyn, NY
A. W. Sommers is a Brooklyn-based art-worker. A self-taught artist, she graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a concentration in Early Modern England.
Andrea Sonnenberg - Los Angeles, CA
Andrea Sonnenberg is 28 years young, currently living in Los Angeles, CA. She has shown at MOCA in Los Angeles, V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, and Ed. Varie in New York City.
Jeff Soto - Riverside, CA
Jeff Soto is a painter, illustrator and muralist who has exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. As a youth, he simultaneously discovered both traditional painting and illegal graffiti – and, ever since, both worlds have informed his work. The artist’s distinct color palette, subject matter and technique resonate with a growing audience and bridge the gap between pop surrealism and street art. Inspired by youthful nostalgia, nature, and popular culture, his bold, representational work is simultaneously accessible and stimulating.
Special Patrol Group - London, UK
Special Patrol Group has been many different people at different times. It’s horizontally and anonymously organised. It’s more of a tactic than an actual group, anyone can take direct action against advertising anonymously and claim it in the name of SPG.
Christine Sun Kim - Berlin, Germany
Christine Sun Kim, whose first language is American Sign Language (ASL), approaches the concept of sound via deconstructive exercises, experiments, and observations through drawing, painting, and performance. Over the course of developing her own visual language, Kim explores and employs elements from various information systems. By combining aspects of graphic and musical notation, body language, and ASL, she uses these systems as a means to expand what each is able to communicate and to invent a new grammar and structure for her compositions.
Suriani - São Paulo, Brazil
Suriani was born in São Paulo where, in 2002, he started his career as a street artist. Since 2007, he has lived between Paris and São Paulo. His paste-up interventions are a celebration of diversity and of the multicultural scenario of contemporary urban centers. Since 2014, he has been inspired by the drag queen culture in France, Brazil and in the United States. His drag queen portraits are a manifestation of the need of empowerment of the contemporary urban queer communities.
Tenderloin Television - New York City, NY
Tenderloin Television (aka Benjamin Clarke) is a New York-based illustrator and muralist. Juxtapoz says that he's "been making awesome art with a psychedelic and spiritual twist to it."
Hank Willis Thomas - New York City, NY
Hank Willis Thomas is a conceptual artist living and working in New York City. His work focuses on themes related to perspective identity, commodity, media, and popular culture. He often incorporates recognizable icons into his work, many from well-known advertising and branding campaigns.
For Freedoms - New York City, NY
As the first artist-run super PAC, For Freedoms uses art to inspire deeper political engagement for citizens who want to have a greater impact on the American political landscape.
Johanna Toruño - New York City, NY
Johanna Toruño is the poet turned street artist behind the Unapologetically Brown Series.
Nicomi Nix Turner - Oakland, CA
Nicomi Nix Turner is an artist based out of Northern California. Creating detailed illustrations that invoke a surreal understanding of the perfection in nature, her works delve into the occult and the connections between alchemy, mythology, decay and birth. Her hyper-detailed illustrations capture the coexistence of life and decay in a bouquet of fungi, personified insects, bones, flesh and fauna.
Gee Vaucher - essex, UK
Gee Vaucher is an internationally renowned political artist, known for her ‘radical creativity,’ montages, and iconic record sleeve artwork for the famous anarchist-pacifist band Crass. Vaucher has always seen her work as a tool for social change, using surrealist styles and methods, and a DIY aesthetic to create powerful images exploring political and personal issues.
Adam Wallacavage - Philadelphia, PA
Adam Wallacavage was born in 1969. He currently lives and works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended the University of the Arts in Philadelphia where he received a BFA in Photography in 1995. In 2001, Wallacavage taught himself the art of ornamental plastering and began making octopus shaped chandeliers. His chandeliers have been exhibited in galleries in São Paulo, Rome, London, Miami, Los Angeles, Vienna and New York. In 2012, Wallacavage had a solo exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Alliance titled Shiny Monsters. Beyond making sculptural works, Wallacavage is also an accomplished photographer. In 2006, Gingko Press published Monster Size Monsters, a book documenting fifteen years of his photography.
Nicolle Whitten - Boston, MA
Nicolle Whitten is a collaborative and creative individual with a Bachelor of Fine Arts focused in Illustration from the Communication Design Studios at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Yok - New York City, NY
Yok is an Australian born artist who grew up fueled by Ren and Stimpy cartoons and skateboarding graphics, which had a heavy influence on his style.
Sheryo - New York City, NY
Sheryo is a Brooklyn-based Singaporean visual/mural artist who started painting in the streets in 2005. Her art seeks to investigate, analyze and document the human psyche and frustrations towards contemporary lifestyles and its mercurial nature. She works across mediums, from 2D paintings to 3D sculptures, installations and moving images.