Carli Davidson

 photo Untitled-4_zps9baea22a.jpg  photo Untitled-5_zpsf1f5c81c.jpg  photo Untitled-6_zpsc8372c1d.jpg  photo Untitled-1_zpsd00a8cac.jpg Raised on a secret volcano island by cheetahs, Carli is adept at communicating with wildlife. This allows her to capture impressive images of animals in any kind of scenario you or your client can think of. She took her first darkroom class in a lowly closet in her high school, and she and her best friend spent their freshman year printing overdramatic photos of each other in graveyards. Carli moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2001 where to pay for her education she took on a series of odd jobs that included work as a tattoo shop clerk, a bouncer, a photographer for the house of representatives, and eventually animal care and photography at The Oregon Zoo. In 2011 her series Shake became a worldwide success, garnering her millions of website hits and putting her firmly on the map as a top animal photographer. She currently lives in Portland OR with her husband Tim and her pets Norbert and Yushi as well as a rotating cast of foster dogs. Website.  photo Untitled-2_zps7f5ee7aa.jpg  photo Untitled-3_zps81d50928.jpg

James Gobel

 photo Gobel_IKnowIveGot_zps25bdcfcf.jpg  photo Gobel_SoSickOfEasyFashion_zpsffa50f17.jpg  photo Gobel_IDontKnowIf7_zps5b816ef7.jpg James Gobel creates paintings made of felt, yarn and other fabrics that refer to a range of artistic movements–Renaissance and Baroque portraiture; German Neue Sachlichkeit painting; Japonism, Pop Art and most recently abstraction. Whether depicting large men or abstracting nautical flags, Gobel uses textiles to create complicated compositions which are as tight as old master paintings or as loose as drawings from his sketch book. Born in 1972 in Portland, Oregon, James Gobel received his BFA at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (1996) and his MFA at the University of California, Santa Barbara (1999).  photo TheseHeartsCourageous_zps4f9dfc7c.jpg  photo FromTheDepthsICalledYou_zpsad17a40e.jpg  photo HoldingTenderlyRemains_zps576e1e1c.jpg  photo 0715063_zps16e7c90b.jpg

Boo Cubes Tray

 photo 41O74eTyDAL_zpsb512f295.jpg  photo 31b5Scnd2SL_zps43da1fe3.jpg Can you feel it? That sudden chill from the beyond? Fill the silicone Boo Cubes tray with water, freeze, and release the spirits. Each tray makes 8 icy apparitions. Use this spooky tray to make gelatin treats too! Link here.  photo 41v-SvJMVPL_zpsc5fe1840.jpg

Mark Hagen

 photo Untitled-2_zpsa45cd229.jpg  photo Untitled-1_zps35a255e8.jpg Mark Hagen <-- Born in 1972, in Black Swamp, VA; Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA; Education: 2002 MFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA; 1994 BA, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.  photo Untitled-3_zpsf92317c0.jpg  photo Untitled-4_zps237d470c.jpg

Anneke Eussen

 photo Untitled-5_zps3282fc69.jpg  photo Untitled-6_zps5d2f484f.jpg  photo Untitled-1_zps91a19e1d.jpg Anneke Eussen is a contemporary artist in fields of drawing, sculpture and photography and installation. Eussen was born in Netherlands 1978 and currently lives and works in Berlin.  photo Untitled-3_zps8c6057cf.jpg  photo Untitled-4_zps466eb38f.jpg

Nicola Samori

 photo larm_5_zps72ccdb9b.jpg  photo larm_4_zps2e2ffb46.jpg Nicola Samori was born in Forlì on 13th May 1977. After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, the artist has exhibited since 1998 both in Italy and abroad.  photo 7_zps540af3b8.jpeg

Emil Lukas

 photo SW_WORKSimage3263w500_zps7178a3c0.jpg  photo SW_WORKSimage3256w500_zpsc479b554.jpg Emil Lukas is a painter out of Stockertown, Pennsylvania. Represented by Sperone Westwater Gallery.  photo SW_WORKSimage3254w500_zps50713656.jpg  photo 0017_zps46752e50.jpg

Lisa Hanawalt

 photo tumblr_mezawxgLiB1qzkdgl_zps39aac2d8.png  photo tumblr_mezaxpY1AK1qzkdgl_zps70ca221d.png  photo tumblr_mezaxhOvLB1qzkdgl_zps9d787bbf.png Lisa Hanawalt grew up in Palo Alto, California, and graduated from UCLA in 2006. Lisa has won Ignatz awards for Outstanding Minicomic (Stay Away From Other People, 2009), Outstanding Comic (I Want You #1, 2010), and a Stumptown Award for Best Small Press (I Want You #2, 2011). In 2013, her comic "The Secret Lives of Chefs" received a James Beard Award nomination for humor in journalism. She has worked on illustrations, book covers, character designs for animation, and she exhibits her art in galleries.  photo tumblr_mezax9wv221qzkdgl_zps673a51ad.png  photo tumblr_mezaxwSHX81qzkdgl_zps7c69918b.png

Anita Kunz

 photo Anita-Kunz_10_zpsae2162f4.jpg  photo Anita-Kunz_11_zps88871bcf.jpg Canadian by birth, Anita Kunz has lived in London, NewYork andToronto, and has been widely published in Germany, Japan, Sweden, Norway, Canada, South Africa, Holland, Portugal, France and England. Her work has been featured in Time magazine, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, GQ, The New York Times, Sony Music, Random House Publishing and many others. Her work has also been published on many magazine covers including Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, Sports Illustrated, Time Magazine, Newsweek Magazine, the Atlantic Monthly and The New York Times Magazine, and on more than fifty book jacket covers.  photo Anita-Kunz_06_zpsa6563e90.jpg

Flow by Cheng-Tsung Feng

 photo 3K4A2049_zpsb32b8aaf.jpg  photo 3K4A2053_zps78c996e1.jpg  photo 3K4A2057_zpsbed3ee58.jpg Flow is a bamboo chair, which you can sit on and enjoy a lazy afternoon. It is light and free as a cloud, which can give you an easy and relaxing mind. Designed by: Cheng-Tsung Feng  photo 3K4A2058_zpsf684c924.jpg  photo 3K4A2062_zps6fec969c.jpg