Lili Yuan

Monday, 01 March 2021 by

Lili Yuan is a Jacksonville based artist, originally from China. She uses photography to create hyperreal images that highlight both Eastern and Western cultures. In other words, she uses her experience in contrasting viewpoints in her work. Yuan is only three years into her career as an artist, and didn’t start art classes until after

Axel Void

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 by

Axel Void (Alejandro Hugo Dorda Mevs) was born in Miami in 1986 to a Haitian mother and a Spanish father. Raised in Spain from the age of three, he was strongly influenced by classical art. Axel began graffiti writing in 1999, and studied Fine Arts in Cádiz, Granada, and Sevilla. He lived in Berlin for

Alex Yanes

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

Alex Yanes has a refreshing humbleness about him that keeps him grounded in the dynamic art scene. Born in Miami, he pulls inspiration from the wild personalities and characters of his city and his Cuban heritage. This super chill and approachable artist takes influences of punk rock, hip hop, and the tatooed skateboarding culture of

Lauren YS

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

Lauren YS is a San Francisco-based artist whose work is heavily influenced by mythology, dreams, combined with her Asian-American heritage. Her robust fine art style makes for great street art, bringing wondrous imagery and colorful vibrancy to public walls. Lauren YS’s art appears at festivals such as Art Basel Miami, Pow!Wow! Hawaii, and PangeaSeed SeaWalls,

Mikael B.

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

Mikael B spent his youth as a street artist in Copenhagen painting bold and colorful geometric designs of wildstyle graffiti. His energetic work can be viewed on cavases, walls, exhibitions and galleries world wide. Some of his commission work has been done for clients like Nike, Google and American Express. Mikael B has always had

Sam Yong

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

Sam Yong is a self-taught illustrator and artist from New Zealand, who is now based in Melbourne. Yong is known for his pencil and colored pencil drawings, and has been recently exploring painting with oils. “Painting for me is a cathartic experience and an intrinsic part of being able to express how I’m feeling or


Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

Cryptik creates hypnotic strokes in intricate designs that can put viewers into a trancelike state. This Southern Californian artist’s Cholo black letter bombing highlights the mantras of Eastern philosohy merging ancient awareness and contemporary awakening. Cryptik creates such precise structure in mandala like form with his lettering, and it seems like the perfect place for art,

Michel Mirabal

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 by

Michel Mirabal is an internationally known Cuban artist who lives and works in Havana, and is recognized as Cuba’s most popular artist. He strives to bridge the gap between Cuba and the US using his vivid imagery to renew relations. “The barbed wire is the thing we don’t like, the things we need to change