🅻🅾🆂🆃 🅸🅽 🅰 🅳🅰🆈🅳🆁🅴🅰🅼 Ann is a traditional & digital artist based in Mexico City. Her work is characterized by surreal, colorful compositions that explore themes of identity, womanhood and human nature. After studying Visual Arts in Berlin and Melbourne, she moved to Mexico, where she completed her training as a tattooist and found her second home. Ann has been working as a Freelance Artist ever since, developing creative projects in Berlin, Melbourne, Bali, Oaxaca and Mexico City.
Min Shi is a Los Angeles based artist with professional experience in films, tv, music videos, game industry. Her clients include Marvel Studios, HBO, Netflix, Disney, Riot…Min lives for creativity, she enjoys an intimate connection with the world around her, drawing inspiration from unexpected places, her work reflecting this in its diversity and attention to detail. The projects Min worked on: Mulan, Captain Marvel, Mindhunter, The Politician, His Dark Materials, The Swamp…
Mike Szpot aka illkoncept is a New York City based artist who specializes in documentary, street, and urban photography. Mike is a storyteller whose work evocatively sheds light on beauty in the mundane and fleeting moments often overlooked by others. Routinely walking miles on end combing the streets, ill captures scenes resembling a surrealistic movie. A sense of nostalgia also emanates from his art influenced by an older, grittier New York. View his links here –> https://linktr.ee/illkoncept
Lorenzo Quinn is a leading figurative sculptor whose work is inspired by masters such as Michelangelo, Bernini and Rodin. Exhibited internationally, his monumental public art and smaller, more intimate pieces transmit his passion for eternal values and authentic emotions. He is best known for expressive recreations of human hands. ‘The hand has been the basis for humanity’s evolution and holds the power to communicate, to give, to receive, to love, to hate, to create and to destroy’.
as a fine artist, I visualize and cultivate stories of wonder and chaos through layered color, breathy line-work and distinctive illustrations. inspired by all the words I couldn’t say, anything that made me feel less that what I thought I was worth. a black man looking for his moment to cry, cracking the generational wall of trauma. the key I wanted to make me whole. I use my abstracts to dramatize everyday feelings as the stories dance over the line of reality. the fine freedom of emotion.
Diela Maharanie, is an illustrator and visual artist, based in Indonesia. Whose works mostly bright and colorful filled with vibrant patterns of super saturated hues but also hint a mystery for the character. Diela Maharanie’s colors and patterns comes across in dreamy illustrations and ethereal imagery.