" Nature, religion and the psychology of the subconscious are important sources of inspiration that I seek to unite in my artwork. I am fascinated with how humans develop elaborate connections to the natural world and how we use this to define our purpose. Some revere nature as sacred while others objectify it to suit personal desires. I am intrigued by the complexity of our thoughts and instincts, from how our fears take form in stories and visions to the variety of ways we seek to attain bliss. Using figures and symbolism with a touch of the carnivalesque, I search to illustrate humanity's desires, phobias and our attempts to understand and control our world." - Kelley Hensing
N.C. Winters employs artistic fist lasers to shoot creative works directly into your mindballs. He’s an artist working out of sunny San Diego, constantly drawing, painting, making webcomics, working digitally and even at times sculpting. Winters is constantly pushing out new creative content at a rate that medical professionals are less than comfortable with.
Myriam Mechita was born in 1974 in Strasbourg, France. Her studies include Diplôme national d’expression plastique – Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg (1997). She has exhibited widely in countries including New York, Paris, Australia, Germany and Holland. Since 2006, Myriam has taught at l’Ecole des Beaux Arts de Caen. She currently lives and works in Paris and is represented by Greenaway Art Gallery in Australia.
Nicomi "Nix" Turner is a San Francisco based illustrator, recognized for her intricately detailed botanical-scapes, Esotericsymbolism, provocative renderings of The Sacred Feminine, and "Anatomical Deconstructionism". Her works are created using graphite on paper in a way that has been described as a rare talent for manipulating and "painting" with the basic medium.
" Inspired by my travels, naturalistic illustrations, Naive Art, childhood memories, legends and folklore, I create colorful watercolor artworks on paper, characters cut out of wood, painted murals and intricate patterns and illustrations for clients allover the world." - Aitch
'You’ll drive classic musicians and motoring enthusiasts completely wild when you roll up with this über-cute toiletry bag in tow! A sweet scale replica of a 1965 VW van, this durable design touts a recognizable retro body in bright blue that charms with all of the original touches, from an oversized logo and polished chrome-looking wheels, to a pair of Euro-inspired license plates. Easily open its retractable zip roof, and this waterproof Westfalia offers shelter for a gang of traveling essentials with its spacious, lined interior, which is equipped with two stretch pockets and another zippered compartment. Whether you’re touring the country or cruising from one music fest to the next, you can rely this vintage-inspired tote to pique the curiosity of conventional tourists with their plain black bags. It's true - what’s old is Vanagon!' Buy here.
Joe Hengst was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1991. He started his schooling at Columbus College of Art and Design and received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2013. He is currently living and working in San Francisco.
The women who populate Scott Rohlfs' acrylic paintings are a fusion of the artist's personal experiences and influences. His women exist in a realm of moody atmospheres, tattoo-inspired couture and pop cultural elements. Rohlfs combines classic realism with an element of distortion when painting, resulting in surreal imagery. The eyes of his subjects are often the focal points of his work, imbued with an arresting quality. Rohlfs describes his figures as, "a reflection of myself and whatever mood I am in at the time." Rohlfs' produces a great amount of work and has sold hundreds of paintings throughout the US and abroad. (viaDistinction Gallery)
Jessica Dalva dabbles in painting, sculpting, sewing tiny and regular sized costumes, set design, puppetry, and welcomes new tasks daily. A northern California transplant, Dalva lives and works in Los Angeles, and hopes someday to know how to make everything and/or anything.
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