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Ever since I was a little girl I have adored animated films. The way each character is brought to life and given a personality of its own, as if they belonged in our world, is absolutely magical. This sparked my passion for illustration and animation. I love drawing and developing my own characters. It would be a dream come true to have a direct hand in the magical world of animation entertainment.
I’m a self-taught artist from Canada. My favorite films are as follows:
Ernest Goes to Camp
Dumb & Dumber
He Got Game
Grumpy Old Men
Lightup is a visual artist, illustrator, designer, and event coordinator. He promotes kindness and patience whenever possible.
Emily Klima is a visual artist based in New York City. She earned her BFA from Boston University, majoring in graphic design and spent her early years as an art director for various fashion publications. At heart a painter, Emily returned to her passion for creating original works of art. Inspired by the power of color, her provocative and stimulating body of work makes use of a variety of mediums; oilstick, acrylic, collage and mixed media on canvas, board and paper. Her experience as a graphic designer is evident in her current collection of abstract paintings which are often grounded by the use of text, the printed word and a symmetry of positive and negative space. Vivid and spontaneous yet balanced her art is recognizable by her particular flurry of color and energy, alive with drips and splatters, layers and texture. Emily presently exhibits her work in New York City.
Born in Ontario, Canada, Ashley is the Co-Founder of Peace Love & Photography and “The World’s Largest Art Project For Charity.” Her dedication and commitment to art throughout her life have been unwavering. Heavily influenced by her extensive travel, volunteer work and experience with other cultures, her art is an extension and blend of different experiences and teachings.
“As a self taught artist, musician, writer and performer I have been expressing my creativity at every opportunity since I was a young child. I love to explore man’s journey to self discovery through my art. Each piece is a direct and sometimes vulnerable reflection of my views and musings on the World around me. Through my use of colour and texture I communicate my sentiments and expressions of my inner self. Each piece is my way of telling my story in a way in which is relatable through imagery and emotion. “
I am an independent self taught artist.
When I paint I enter an alternative reality where most things are ruled by trials and errors. It is fascinating to see how a thing leads to another and it is this problem solving process that really intrigues me.
I am very delighted to be here to share my work with you.
Hope you will enjoy !
Quirky, humorous and colourful. I like to experiment with styles and different kinds of media.
My work is majorly influenced by dark fantasy tales, pop culture and dark fashion. I tend to work in pen, graphite or mixed media. I usually work with Printmaking area and create etchings too!
I’m inspired by many styles of art and artists and never stop to try anything new!
I am a fiber and process oriented artist based in Brooklyn, New York. My work utilizes influence from decisions and transitions. I am very interested in the consequences and ripple effects that are caused by choices we make.
Most inspiration comes from vague &vivid memories, photographs, hand me down treasures &stories through my family, childhood stories, children’s books &illustrations, and travelling.
I strive to be completely handmade and self sufficient. I make my own paper from components such as old novels, cotton, and other organic materials. Currently my work has manifested into mixed media working watercolor, ink illustrations, &hand embroidery together to create my pieces.
I want to use my work to develop a deeper connection with my audience, my family, and myself.
My name is Luis, I was born in 1985 and I am currently living in Madrid. I have studied Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid where I won a few exhibition prizes and imparted extraordinary lectures on rendering, renderers and lighting techniques using 3D Software. Right now I split up my time between the 360º marketing agency CDoble working as creative designer specialized in Visual Merchandising and exhibiton design, and Aerial, my own initiative. My creative interests are hybridations of all kinds, duality and fragmentation as a recurrent theme, and light as narrative technique. Probably my strongest stylistic and philosophic influence is the Renaissance, but Baroque, Art Nouveau and street art Graffiti also influenced the way I use my canvas not as a closed space but making it an active participant of the space surrounding it, and using that space for the work´s benefit. Limitation bores me, so I try to stay fresh with varied themes, canvases and techniques which allow me to achieve my goals, from physics or hydraulics to arquitecture, music or psicology to philosphy, video games and literature.