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 lighthearted 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.
CES (born Robert Michael Provenzano, 1970, NY) is a New York City leader of the new Wild Style look in contemporary graffiti. Attention to streamlining and aerodynamics were key to the CES formula for alphabetic reconfiguration.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and the graffiti innovations of CES have been relentlessly knocked off by his peers and have influenced the new generation of graffiti writers in the U.S. and througout the world.
CES has been a graffiti artist since 1983 and continues to produce powerful visual artwork today, never settling-living from his art and learning from his art. CES has been featured in the New York Times, Rad Pages, The Source, Mass Appeal, TimeOut-New York, and Sneaker Pimps-Motug.
Damien Mitchell is a muralist from Wagga Wagga, Australia with over a decade of experience painting across 4 continents. He’s worked with people of all ages and backgrounds through his work conducting workshops, painting large murals and exhibiting his fine art in galleries and venues around the globe.
He is commissioned for projects by private clients, arts organizations and local, city, state and county governments. Clients include The City of New York, CityArts, XMental, the City of Yonkers, the City of Binghamton, City of Finley, City of Melbourne, Global Mural Conference, Foundation Mi Sangre, MTV Music Video Awards, Major League Baseball All star Game, Doctors Without Borders, Art Basel Miami, Welling Court Mural Project, and Centre-Fuge Public Art Project.
Cekis career as a visual artist began within the streets of his native Santiago, Chile. He started painting murals in 1992 while still attending in high school. He was deeply Inspired by New York graffiti culture, and Chilean political mural movement from the 70’s and 80’s. By the mid/late 90’s his artwork was at the helm of a new generation of artists from the streets of South America. His murals transcended communities, and helped to create a new popular appeal for street culture in Chile.
Cekis left Chile in 2004 and became an emerging artist in New York City. He realized how new concepts like natural boundaries and social division were affecting him even before this move and how graffiti was intrinsically related to his new alien status and geographic position.
His surreal landscapes rich with natural symbolism and inventive abstraction portray the fruitful tension and fierce interplay of man made laws vs nature’s laws. Cekis’s studio-work and large scale public murals maintain a visual evidence of his Latin American and Graffiti roots while communicating to a universal language of the human experience. His narrative compositions reflect an understanding of supreme interconnectedness and offer inspiring invitations to overcome, coexist and in some cases, trespass.
Cekis also know as Nelson Rivas has exhibited extensively and has participated in numerous public mural projects locally, throughout the United States, and internationally. He has been included in the list of The 50 Most Influential Street Artists of All Time, by Complex Media (2013).
Eric Karbeling is a Miami, FL based artist chasing balance amidst chaos. Using improvisational forms, fine details, and patterns of bold and harmonious color palettes to craft hypnotic imagery, his work aims to immerse the viewer by inviting them to get lost and find balance in the motion, just as he does while creating it.
Eric has a background working in graphic design and illustration, where everything in created within constraints to achieve a specific goal. His artwork was born as an unrestrained response with the sole goal of creating something beautiful and has led to traveling the country painting murals for festivals, non-profits, and large commercial clients.
Jana Liptak is an artist, muralist, and fabricator based in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Tucson, Arizona, she relocated to Brooklyn in 2009 after spending several years in Washington State, Scotland, and Southern India.Jana began seriously pursuing public art commissions in 2015, and has completed mural commissions for public and private clients throughout the United States and Scotland. Her murals can be seen on the streets of Harlem, the Lower East Side, and Staten Island for the 100 Gates Project and the Audubon Mural Project.
She has a painted piano permanently housed at Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan. In addition, her public murals can be seen in Atlanta, GA, Charleston, WV, Akumal, Mexico, and Santa Teresa, Costa Rica.
You can see Jana’s online portfolio of public art and studio practice at www.janaliptak.com and on instagram
John Paul Ogrodnick better known as JPO is a Visual artist based out of New York City known for his vibrant and elusive painting style. JPO translates raw emotions into colorful, powerful and expressive works of art while visually connecting concepts of human perception.
JPO’s passion for the arts emerged at a young age, for he was inspired by the eclectic tastes of his father and sister, who introduced him to improvisational styles of music and meditation.
JPO draws much of his inspiration from his zeal to the practice of meditation. When he paints, he channels his third eye.
His work has been shown in galleries across the country and his murals, painted on famous walls in New York city. JPO has also collaborated with such brands as: GAP, MTV, The Grammys, Lululemon and Saks Fifth Ave.
Magda Love is an Argentinean New York based artist. Her vibrant paintings and murals aim to inspire people to recognize the value in shared personal experience and emotional connectivity with others and with our natural world. Her colorful artwork promotes well being and begins dialogues raising awareness about social and environmental issues.
She has worked with clients like Google , Red Bull, the Women’s Match, the United Nations and is an on going collaborator with educational programs with Colors of Connection, City As School and Children of Promise.
Best known for her murals in New York City and around the world. Magda Love has also been awarded with artist residencies in Southern Vermont Art Center, Gowanus Print Lab in New York city and Graffiti World in San Miguel de Allende Mexico.
Magda was selected by the Rockaway Artist Alliance, in partnership with MOMA Ps1 and National Endowment of Arts to create a mural at Fort Tilden National Park. She is currently working on her first large scale public sculpture project and her first museum show in Manchester Vermont this summer .
Mat Rousso is a sign painter based in Astoria Queens, New York. He is inspired constantly from old signage and design around the city and elsewhere. Cars and motorcycles to gold leaf windows and large scale walls, he enjoys it all. From fine lines to big signs, Mat will make the time.
Matthew Zaremba is a published visual artist whose work has been exhibited across the United States and abroad. Zaremba’s work examines the human condition, as well as the intricacies and idiosyncrasies of relationships, communication, and the mind.
Monks is a self-taught urban artist from Lima, Peru since 2011 also comes in the different areas of illustration and painting used to apply it in different projects both personal and collective. His main source of inspiration are animals, psychedelia and hip hop, the monks try to reflect a unique universe in which animals have thoughts, style and attitude.
Originally from South Florida, Nico is a Jacksonville, FL based artist, creative director, and youth empowerment enthusiast. After attending the BaK Middle School of the Arts and the Dreyfoos High School of the Arts in South Florida, she moved to Jacksonville to study at the University of North Florida. She left UNF after a few years to focus on art, and has since painted murals around the whole city, and developed various mural and arts initiatives including the Kid’s Mural Project, through which she leads students in designing and painting murals in Title 1 schools of Duval County. The Kid’s Mural Project is an outreach program part of a larger movement called We Rise of which Nico is the Director. The We Rise Movement serves local artists and performers by providing opportunities to help them learn, grow, expand their portfolios, and gain recognition & exposure. Nico’s main focus is providing creative support for children and artists in Jacksonville from all over the city as a means to uplift and inspire the city as a whole. Nico’s current personal focus is on creative direction in various forms, progressive mural productions, and exploration of new mediums of expression.
Kamille Ejerta, otherwise known by her street name, “OGMillie” is an NYC based visually impaired Street-Pop artist with a vintage flair. She focuses on the inspirational hard work that iconic international figures are known for. Her art is most recognized by the medium of acrylic painted portraits on vintage decorative mirrors. She is also a muralist whose works can be seen throughout the Tri-Sate boroughs. After experiencing a vision-threatening emergency, art became a savior to OGMillie at a time when she needed hope and found her escape through art.
Sonni was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he studied graphic design and worked as an Art Director for animation and film companies, he resides in Brooklyn, New York. In his art, he is constantly searching for that lost moment in adolescence where adventure makes dreams a reality, where the imagination and playing develop invisible forces to re-capture those lost memories from your childhood. He works with different mediums that include paper and pencil, illustrator, acrylic on canvas, and wooden sculptures. Yet, his passion is to paint murals in public spaces, finding that dialogue with the public through primary colors and playfulness!
Steffi Lynn Tsai was born in Austin, Texas and is now currently residing in Brooklyn, NY as an illustrator, handletterer and creates installations. Steffi’s work is filled with positivity, quirkiness, and color. She is driven to take normal scenes and moments and make them playful, exciting and enticing. Her work is inspired by everyday things and simple imagery from her imagination or nature.
Steven Teller is a Florida born, ocean-minded street artist who fuels his creative journey following the course his paint directs him. Steven is a multi-disciplined artist specializing in street art and public murals. He creates an abstract realism that features human figures, animals, and nature in colorful geometric spaces. Chasing projects from wall to wall, he travels with his artwork to different festivals, events, and mural projects across the world. Steven continues that journey today to share his artwork worldwide and to bring a healing moment to everyone along the path of his artistic expression.
Timothy Goodman’s art and words have populated walls, buildings,
packaging, cars, people, shoes, clothing, book jackets, magazine
covers and galleries all over the world. His clients include Apple,
Google, Samsung, Uniqlo, Target, MoMA, Airbnb, Netflix, Tiffany & Co.
The New Yorker and The New York Times. He has received awards from
most major design & illustration publications. He’s the author of
Sharpie Art Workshop, the co-creator of the blog and book 40 Days of
Dating–whose film rights were optioned to Warner Bros.–and the
co-creator of 12 Kinds of Kindness, which was featured in NPR & The
New York Times. He’s launched a global collection of clothing with
Uniqlo, and products with West Elm. He teaches at SVA in NYC.