David Zinn is a Michigander specializing in chalk-based anamorphic street design. He uses the sidewalks of Ann Arbor, Michigan as his canvases to create whimsical characters participating in fun (sometimes mischievous) tasks.Read More
Russian artist Soosh (currently living in Ukraine) has garnered serious praise in recent months after releasing a series of watercolor paintings detailing the importance of fatherhood for young women. Soosh, like so many others, grew up without her father, an unfortunate and sweeping trend here in the United States as well. The absence and longing for a patriarchal figure in her life lead to the creation of this series as a way to help herself and others who may have experienced the same thing.Read More
Monique Munoz is an up and coming artist out of Toronto, Canada that is creating magnificent, psychedelic art. Influenced by artists like Hayao Miyazaki, Alex Grey, and Japanese Role Playing Games, Monique is creating a more Eastern (almost minimalist feel when viewed side by side with some of her contemporaries) standard here in the Western world.
With many digital artists gravitating towards more realistic pieces, it is quite refreshing to see an artist produce works that are unflinchingly whimsical and upbeat. With such an eye for color, it is no wonder that Monique's work has captured the eye of gallery owners and clothing distributors. Marvelous messages about childhood, compassion, and positivity are prevalent themes throughout her work and it's wonderful to see that she is beginning to make waves with her art.Read More
Marsel van Oosten is a celebrated photographer hailing from The Netherlands. Before jumping into Nature Photography, he studied Graphic Design, Art Direction and worked as an Art Director in advertising. His position in the latter contributed to his eye for detail. After becoming disenchanted with his former profession, he decided to take up photography and in the process, discovered his true artistic calling.Read More