Originating from Auckland, New Zealand, Askew is recognized worldwide for his unique approach to graffiti art and remains at the forefront of the international art scene through constantly exploring new and exciting styles in a world of imitators. With over 20 years of experience and the need to reach out to the world from his home in remote New Zealand, Askew is self-taught in graphic design, illustration, photography, publishing, directing and editing music videos and moving images.Visit Website
Gordon Stevenson AKA Baron Von Fancy is a multimedia artist from New York. He earned his Bachelor in Fine Arts from Bard College in 2006. Baron Von Fancy applies his distinctive style to multiple tangible items like sponges, doormats, socks, backpacks, lighters, bow ties, handbags, cell phone cases, and shirts.Von Fancy’s work spans the spectrum in some instances from light-hearted to profound, or in other instances, from playful to crude. A hallmark of Baron Von Fancy’s signature style is a handwritten phrase or statement in dark black letters. In some cases, the lettering is accented with bright colors, particularly green, pink, and yellow. Von Fancy has collaborated with fashion, apparel and sportswear brands.Visit Website
BKFoxx is an up and coming street artist from New York. She mostly spray paints large colorful murals in her own realistic style. Last year she had her debut solo show at Woodward Gallery in the Lower East Side of NYC. She enjoys taking long walks on the beach. She works tirelessly to make everything she paints perfect and plans to continue this pursuit until the inevitable and total loss of sanity.Visit Website
Damien Mitchell is a graffiti artist from Wagga Wagga, Australia. He paints the people and places around him, which for the last few years has included New York City and its residents. He s a dog lover and amateur drummer.Visit Website
“Started painting streets 1985 at the age of 15 and has been a consistent contributor to the Graffiti art form ever since, bridging the gap between his roots in street paintings and a culture sensitive approach to commercial work. Writing graffiti has taken Dmote and his artwork to subways, streets and galleries all over the world. New York, Canada, Tokyo, Spain, Italy, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Croatia and Bosnia (Sarajevo).Dmotes work has been published in countless magazines and videos on the subject, he continues to stay true to the fundamentals of the artwork remaining active as a street writer and artist. Dmote lives and works in New York.”Visit Website
Born and raised in Connecticut, childhood trips to NYC in the mid-’80s exposed Greg Mike to the creative potential of reinventing public spaces through art and design. Always obsessed with the boundless energy and crisp line work of iconic American mid-century cartoons, by his early teens Greg began using the walls of his native state to fuse these two passions together. Mixing the take-no-prisoners bombast of classic NYC street art with the eagle-eyed precision of mass market illustration and animation has been his goal from the beginning. Further inspired by his deep involvement with skate culture and his intersections with the fashion world, he has become known for pieces that incorporate vivid explosions of incandescent color filtered through a Surrealist Pop Art perspective. Populated by gleefully twisted characters, his world is unsettling, mischievous and uniquely captivating.
Greg Mike is the founder and creative director of ABV AGENCY / GALLERY in Atlanta, a multi-platform studio specializing in branding, apparel design and visual production. A hub for Atlanta innovators, ABV also functions as a gallery exhibiting artists from around the world, highlighting emerging talents alongside globally recognized names.Visit Website
An anonymous artist residing in Chinatown, Hanksy creates weird things that make people smile.Visit Website
Magda Love is a talented artist and a determined social activist. Her vibrant paintings and murals aim to inspire people to recognize the value in shared personal experience and emotional connectivity. Based between New York and Miami, Magda literally paints the town. When she is not toppling large walls, you can find her beautifying smaller white ones in some of the world’s most interesting galleries.Visit Website
Moral Turgeman is an interdisciplinary artist whose creations come alive through user interaction. Her efforts in immersion draw the viewer into the totality of experience.
The multi-faceted artist creates larger than life installations that generally house various custom fabricated components. Her meticulous and interactive creations are driven by a distinct nature to assimilate. As a touring artist Moral explores different realms of creativity by engaging with new mediums throughout every step of her journey. Whether you play a role in a recurring concept or commission her for a customized site-specific installation, expect to be led on a multi-sensory journey set with purpose and intention.Visit Website
Descended from a line of acclaimed artists, Dave “Persue” Ross continues family tradition and is recognized by his colleagues and peers as a true artistic pioneer. In the late 80’s, Persue (pronounced ‘per-SWAY’), found himself irresistibly drawn to the world of graffiti.
With an energetic, illustrative style, his technical ability and poise as a young writer quickly earned him the respect of his contemporaries throughout the world. Between 1991 and 2010, Persue transcended boundaries both on and off the street by bridging the gap between underground and mainstream culture in the skateboarding industry. With an impressive design resume that pre-dates almost any example of street aesthetics being paired with skateboarding, his influence is woven seamelessly into the fabric of modern day youth culture.
In 2010 Persue shifted his focus from corporate work to his own projects. He eventually brought his endeavors full circle by relocating to New York City in 2014, returning his family’s brand called “Home” to its roots, which reach into New York City’s past as far back as the 60’s. His background as a graphic artist, designer and muralist affords him a natural transition into the fine art sphere as his aesthetic continues to evolve. Persue now produces his latest work as a bi-coastal artist, based in New York City.Visit Website
Born and raised in Queens, NY, STAE2 has emerged as a leading aerosol artist known for his stylized lettering and versatility. His informal apprenticeship in the 1990s with classic New York City graffiti artists helped develop his lettering, aerosol paint techniques and desire to discover various surfaces to apply his work. His graphic design background has helped refine his work together without losing its street essence.
STAE2’s work can be seen across much of the United States, and his work has also sent him abroad to Greece, Ireland, Canada, Spain, Mexico and Tahiti to leave his signature mark. His aerosol work has been published and featured in The Graffiti Exchange, Broken Windows NY, Graffiti NY and Graffiti Burners. His artwork has been commissioned by Sprite, Yoo-Hoo, Google, GE, Vornado Properties and Kraft Foods to name a few.Visit Website
Steffi Lynn is an illustrator working and living in Brooklyn, NY. Her work is filled with quirkiness, color and character. She is driven to take normal scenes and moments and make them playful and exciting. Her work is inspired by everyday things and simple imagery from her imagination.
Steffi’s talents and inspirations are diverse and her illustrations reflect her many interests. Her intent with her work is to create something bright for the viewer to enjoy. Steffi’s work has been published in places like Seventeen Magazine and MTV.com. Have a nice day!Visit Website
Working primarily as a graffiti writer from the mid 1990s Straker maintains the Spraycan as his number one tool to create mural works in a variety of styles- he is best known for his trademark “neon style” that mimic the luminous qualities of traditional neon signs.Visit Website
TomBob is an artist from Dartmouth Massachusetts who has lived, worked and played in New York City for over 28 years. He has worked in various styles and mediums during that time. One of his paintings was highlighted in the book Art for Obama in 2009, which featured overlayed symbols creating a portrait of President Obama. Over the past several years TomBob’s focus has been on street art pieces and murals. He has created pieces throughout the United States – in NYC, LA, Miami, Boston and several locations in New England. To see his work visit instagam.com/tombobnyc.Visit Website