Sandra Chevrier is a Canadian urban, contemporary pop artist, known for her captivating portraits of women from The Cages series. At a young age, Sandra fell in love with art through sketching eyes. She describes herself as the "gaze collector" and her work; a dichotomy or a dance between power and fragility, freedom and captivity, the poison and the cure can be seen around the world.
Street Artist, Nuno Viegas - First SOLO Exhibition in the United States at ThinkSpace in Los Angeles, CA. October 17th – Nov. 7th, 2020. “#YardRomance” His work is a constant tribute to all the writers who live graffiti to the fullest, keeping it real and its essence alive.
Based in Switzerland, with a background in film and visual effects, Laura has discovered a creative passion in her digital characters and illustrative brush strokes. Her storyboards evolved into powerful messages of our personal uniqueness, beyond external appearances.
Storytelling through hands, Jack Sandelands-Strom has spent the last several years mastering her hyper-realistic paintings in Edinburgh, Scotland at the tattoo studio The Keep.
Street Artist, Greg Astro finds inspiration from the architecture of modern and ancient cities, design and calligraphy. His first big mural was in 2000, in the northern suburbs of Paris. Astro is able to deceive the viewers eye through distorting depth and exploiting shadows, light and colors.
Mikael Brandrup combines the softness of Baroque with bold sharp Cubism. Blue painters tape and spray paint are his main tools of the trade but not before he uses his technical graphic design skills, to mock-up his powerful designs.
Exhibit in Warshaw breaks down conformity. Igor Dobroski, street artist discusses the obstacles involved prepping for his first show, long hours of dedication and family support setting up.