Sara Sandoval is an artist, digital media influencer and a dreamer living in Los Angeles, CA. Her primary tools are spray paint and stencils, which she applies to canvases, murals, skateboards, merchandise and more. Click here to view Sara's signed print.
Daniel Sun has developed his own language and alphabets - inspired by ancient texts, hieroglyphics, symbolism and culture. The finished works encompass his travels through many layers, textures, and styles. Geometric patterns wrapped in love letters and cosmic knowledge. The paintings come to Daniel in dreams, visions, psychedelic experiences, and meditation. The geometric patterns are what he sees beneath and beyond the human, and the hieroglyphic texts are the lessons and stories he receives from the stars.
CHRISTINA ANGELINA aka STARFIGHTER
Christina Angelina (aka Starfighter) is an internationally renowned artist who completed 54 murals in one year. Commissioned by Nike, Nylon Magazine, Microsoft, CAA, Heineken, Neiman Marcus and Christian Louboutin. Featured in major media outlets, such as Cosmopolitan, Complex, and The Huffington Post.
There is a beautiful irony in Helio Bray's work - the Portuguese artist world renowned for his graff technique and style had never seen traditional graffiti before painting his first wall. While he has always lived far away from major urban areas with their vibrant art scene, Helio has amassed a worldwide audience, sold artwork internationally and worked with global brands like Vans, DC, Adidas and Quicksilver. Helio's current work both reflects and expands upon graffiti, incorporating abstract, surreal and figurative elements.
Julia Taft is a Fijian- Japanese artist who works with acrylic, oil, pastel, and spraypaint. She mixes neo-expressionism and realism as seen in her character series. She is a diverse artist who fell in love with all of it, from creating street art to Taft's art includes poetry to convey issues on socioeconomics, racism, and feminism. These dichotomies and concepts are all based on all of her own experiences. At the very heart of Taft's art is her ability to be vulnerable.
Agent X, cultural explorer and agent of the unknown, creates experimental, multimedia collages, paintings, and 2D artwork. His work occupies a unique intersection between the aesthetics and philosophy of Futurism, the social critique of the Dada movement, and contemporary artistic movements ranging from Pop Art to Superflat.