Michiel Folkers a.k.a. Gieler (1982) started doing graffiti in the late nineties. For years he remained active spraying letters. When he got older, and more ‘mature’ and tired of the fights which are accompanied with this hobby, graffiti slowly evolved in streetart.
Based in Montpellier, French artist Patrice Murciano has achieved international success, and his self named ‘NEW POP” style, is now immediately recognisable.
A childhood compulsion to draw led Scott Rohlfs into the world of art, where his unique take on 21st century womanhood has given us some of the most cutting-edge depictions of womanhood on canvas in recent years. Born in Alaska but raised in the vary contrasting landscapes of California, Scott sketched throughout his teens, strongly feeling the pull of portraiture and early influences including supermodels Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.
Working primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite and liquids, such as tea, Griffiths’ fascination with drawing focuses on the creation and manipulation of the drawn line. Images explore human, geometric and floral forms, in a combination of both literal and abstract translation and in response to images and situations encountered in daily life.
Laura is a contemporary painter who mostly uses watercolor to depict feathered creatures. Her work is inspired by our connection to ocean and land and approaches artmaking as a meditative process. Laura uses methods influenced by East Asian calligraphy to paint realistic birds in her works.
Noa Palmisano is not just an artist. He is an eclectic visionary. His sensitivity has led him to travel since he was a child.He experiences cultures and thus passes through secret knowledge made of ancient languages, deep secrets, unknown rituals.
Henry Asencio was born in 1971 in Los Angeles and raised in Santa Maria, California. He painted as a self-taught artist up until his mid-twenties. Asencio experimented with elements of realism, specifically photorealism.
Natalia Rak has created large scale paintings since 2011, in the form of beautiful murals, commissioned from all around the world. She has been focusing on female-centric imagery, while using a rich and glowing palette, giving a breath of fresh air to the street art scene she is part of.
Japanese born, Hajime Sorayama became an illustrator of erotic art—hyper-realist, ultra sexy female figures known as “sexy robots”.