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I am a self-taught artist born and raised in London. Having grown up in the ’80s, I was always in awe of how the bold and vibrant colours of street art and graffiti could brighten up the most subdued spaces in the darkest parts of the city. I create Abstract / Street Art and Digital Artwork. The daring use of bold colours excite me – my work speaks with colour and emotion. I create art that brightens lives and spaces and is also distinguishable from other artist’s work.
I am a self-taught Artist born and raised in London. Having grown up in the bright 80’s, I was always in awe of how the bold and vibrant colours of street art and graffiti could brighten up the most subdued spaces in the darkest parts of the city. I create art that brightens lives and spaces and is also distinguishable from other artist’s work.I create art which has my own unique style and is ever evolving as our emotions are.I am always learning, ever evolving and pushing myself creatively.
I am a self-taught Artist born and raised in London. Having grown up in the bright 80’s, I was always in awe of how the bold and vibrant colours of street art and graffiti could brighten up the most subdued spaces in the darkest parts of the city. My art is hugely personal to me. The process is both spontaneous and emotional. I have an ‘all or nothing’/determined personality and subconsciously this energy projects into my work. Creating art is an escape and brings me to a place of tranquility.
Since my childhood, I have always loved Art. Getting to Art School was a big step with family issues coming from a rural working-class background. I had to move from fine art to a commercial course for financial reasons and have had a long commercial career as an Art Director, Writer and becoming a Creative Director at Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising. Always involved with the Arts and other forms of creative enlightenment, I was elected as a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts in 2012.
I'm an artist who vindicates the facts and intends to represent in the simplest and most graphic way, the synthesis between two elements that by themselves are contrary but if put together add greater meaning. Me works are always visually simple but impressive, using plain colors and playfulness. Often minimalist but granting room for interpretation so that in return the observer formulates diverse opinions and achieves enrichment.
Barbara Rachko was born in Paterson, New Jersey and grew up in a New York City suburb. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a B.A. in psychology. After college, Barbara earned a commercial pilot's license and Boeing 727 flight engineer's certificate, then spent seven years on active duty as a Naval officer.
Born in 1984 in Istanbul, Umut Yalım graduated from St. Benoit French High School. He studied Plastic Arts at the University of the Arts London, Chelsea College of Art & Design followed by graduate studies in Book Arts at the University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Arts. After returning to Turkey in 2008, he worked for Milliyet Cadde until 2010.
Luke M Walker’s Art practice is an inquiry into the material and temporal aspects of Landscape. Each series of works explores his relationship with the environment, whether in the environs of a city or somewhere further afield, it is an attempt to discover the role of a Landscape Artist today.
Mark Vessey is a British photographic artist whose work is inspired by the idea of creating art from collections of everyday objects. He spends his life searching for that elusive edition of a magazine; that one book that will make his collection complete. He explores every facet of them with an intensity that only a collector can. He is relentless pursuit of organisation, of order.
I`ve had a passion for painting and crafts for as long as I can remember and one day ended up selling pieces to friends who wouldn`t take "you don`t have to pay me" as an answer. My favourite pastime was slowly turning into something that, not only did I enjoy doing more than anything else but had subsequently taken up all of my time (and pay cheque!)
I created this over the course of 11 weeks (total of 178 hours) 10 weeks of that was drawing the city in ballpoint pen and fine marker. The 2nd longest I?ve spent on a work ever but also the first time I?ve combined photo-realistic pen drawing with abstract paintwork (at the top which obviously represents heaven).
Born in South Africa in 1971, Morrison studied both there and in London, where she graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. She has had solo shows in Johannesburg, London and Durban and been in group exhibitions in London and New York. Morrison is currently represented by Graham Modern & Contemporary in Johannesburg.
I believe my art is more interesting in itself than a presentation about me. But here is a little about me and my art anyway. I was born in Enkoping and have been drawing since I was one year old and been painting all of my life. I started more daily with oil colors when I was 12 years old and then draw 2-3 hours a day and painted.
Since the early 1980s, my work has involved the creation of conceptually based socio-political paintings and drawings. I started by adding text by hand onto my paintings. Hand written language has now become a very prominent feature in my work. Even when I cover it you can still see words within the texture of the work.
My work is primarily a combination of painting, collage and decollage (ripping, tearing or sanding away at built up surfaces to reveal layers below). I am a big fan of haiku, the finding of profound meaning in modest things and the gentle playfulness that helps us view everyday life with fresh eyes.
Laura studied graphic design and editorial illustration at the London College of Communication. She graduated in 2007. Laura was born in 1984 and grew up in Haslemere Surrey. She moved to London in 2004 to study and after graduating continued to live and work in East London.
I am an artist/educator living in London. While I work with a number of different materials, my work is primarily representational. I consider myself to be a figurative artist. However, my interest in the human body is broad and includes the beauty of traditional depictions of the human form, as well as contemplations of intimacy and procreation, power and pathology.
Born in London 1970 but lived and schooled in Norfolk. Following in the footsteps of his mother Caroline Hoskin, an artist, and grandfather John Hoskin, noted sculptor of the 50's and 60's, he went on to study Art and Design in Norwich. From then on he was rarely without his camera and continued learning and experimenting with this back in the days of film.
Working across painting and collage I combine formal painting techniques with newsprint and images from journals and magazines. Influenced by stories and conversation, landscape and paper, I try to use these encounters to present a suite of deeply personal works tracking my journey across four continents.
Franklin Collective is an international arts collective founded in NYC consisting of artists, designers, and art world professionals that create immersive environments and artworks by utilizing the form of a particular system to consider questions about that very system, structure, or institution itself.
To me, my art is the safest and most authentic way to express myself to the people surrounding me. Trips to foreign countries, either concrete or in my phantasy, are the source of my ideas. Art is a basic need, I feel it as a part of myself. Drawing and being creative, makes me feel balanced and relaxed.
Hello! I graduated from Middlesex University where I studied both Art Foundation and BA (hons) Illustration. At the moment, I am working as a freelance illustrator based in London. My work has developed from a combination of traditional painting/printing techniques and blending it with digital photography and graphic software.
Alejandro Mos Riera is a Spanish polymath born in 1978 in Oviedo where he studied History of Art at the University of Oviedo. He has written many impossible digital media books, among them A piece of life, In the middle of the night, Tertulia de arañas, The great lie, Essence of time, Fragments of reality, Enigma written in the wind, The Moon and The Eternal Dream published at internet.
According to my parents, i have been drawing since i could hold a pencil, a quiet, content child, happy to spend hours scribbling, from paper to almost anything i could make a mark on, school books, vehicles and walls, the list goes on... I suppose my style ended up as a product of not listening to anyone, especially my art teachers and doing what i wanted to do.
My artistic work is based on the human being, especially the "interpretation" of the human face with its boundless, multiple and multifaceted expressions and forms, which make the inner life of man visible.Painting is my way to talk to and communicate with the world. I show, question, feel ..
In Edwin Aitken's recent paintings and drawings, a number of recognisable images based upon anatomy and the natural world are generated as a part of a more outwardly expressive and intuitive approach to drawing and painting. Plant and animal motifs coalesce and combine in works that explore tensions between seemingly opposite impulses, ideas and working practices. Often made on location in Epping
Born in Split, Croatia in 1983, lives and works between London, Rome and Split. Suncica graduated BA honours degree of Fine Arts at Central St. Martins College of Art & Design London in 2006.She compleated the school of Film in Split in 2008, Animation at the London college of Communications 2004.
Dan Prescott was born in the UK in 1981. He is a book designer and illustrator, working mainly in pen and ink. Dan is a member of the London-based arts collective Lazy Gramophone, and has illustrated and designed titles for the independent book publisher, Lazy Gramophone Press.
Lucille Dweck is a painter who specialises in painting water, people and seascapes. Educated at St Martins and Byam Shaw, her artistic career has included :- Winner of several art competitions including ‘Pacesetters’ in Peterborough Museum, My Art Spac,e NYAXE Gallery NY,and the‘Refresh Art Award’ in 2019.
Michelle Watson originally studied theatre design before graduating with a Fine Art degree with honours in 2009. The diversity of scale and the use of different mediums over the years gave her a broad concept of materials. It became apparent of her obsession with the female form and its complexities of hormonal structure.
Ben Moore is the founder and curator of Art Below, a London-based contemporary art organisation that uses billboard space to showcase art. He has shown the works of thousands of artists, primarily in the London Underground, and also in Tokyo, Berlin and Los Angeles. Alongside Art Below, Ben has curated exhibitions at galleries and museums including London’s V&A, the Saatchi Gallery, Somerset Hous