Artists.

Shinji Murakami

Shinji Murakami’s work springboards from the philosophy of Gunpei Yokoi, the famous inventor of Nintendo’s Game Boy: Withered Technology – referring to a mature technology that is cheap and well understood; and Lateral Thinking – the finding of radical new ways of using such technology. The Nou Project designs of Heart and Sparkles play with this relationship. Love is a m...

Gail Stoicheff

Gail Stoicheff makes paintings that are as mysterious as they are engaging. Her work speaks through an ever-expanding vocabulary that collapses the chasm between process, subject, and content. From traditional oil painting to tie-dye, her experimental studio practice delves into collective cultural mythologies and the mythos of painting itself. 
"My work i...

Nika Fontaine

Born in Montreal and based in Berlin, NIKA FONTAINE’s ironic collages comprise elements of both glam rock and abstract expressionism. They arouse confusion, a confusion that is in tune with the sense of fragility and total dispersion that accompanies events in the modern world. The transmutation intended in the picture is happening at ...

Jamie Felton

JAMIE FELTON is a painter, dancer and poet based in Los Angeles. Felton gathers data through her own life experience as a Filipino American woman and a feminist. She utilizes an explicitly decorative, “feminine” language as shorthand notations to de-cypher and undercut the problems of painting. Ornamental gatherings of plants, floras, little dogs, domestic vignettes, wome...

Eric Yankher



“As an artist untethered by the restraints of class, decency, and presidential poise, on the eve of Donald Trump’s election, I turned to some of my preferred instruments of war: gouache, a paintbrush, colored pencils, and a roll of watercolor paper. 

My portrait of President Barack Obama was made to depict a crude gesture that many of us may wi...

Franz Klainsek

FRANZ KLAINSEK, a self-taught American artist of Cuban and Austrian descent. His creation is embedded within his roots as well as the space between body and mind, feeling and thought. The creation process is an extension of his human form, lost in timewhere movement becomes weightless and the pieces dictate their own journey.
Franz Klainsek addresses societ...

Baron Von Fancy

Gordon Stevenson’s, aka BARON VON FANCY, was born and raised in New York City. Baron Von Fancy emerged as a separate identify, method and voice in the midst of Gordon’s artistic studies, “You Fit Me Just Right” is one of the alter ego creations. The artist encompasses a variety of mediums and styles – For the past five years, Baron Von Fancy has displayed his ar...

Rex Chouk

 
Rex Chouk from Jeddah Saudi arabia, creates contemporary mixed media works that comment on pop and consumer culture as well as current politics. His brightand colorful works are highly influenced by his background in the way in which he whimsically combines traditional garments worn in Saudi Arab...

Nydia Lilian

Nydia is a photographer and graphic designer from the city of Monterrey, Mexico. The artist has been featured in select reviews such as: The Creators Project, Empty Kingdom, VICE Mexico, and The Global Panorama. By creating bizarre, psychedelic compositions, created via digital image manipulation or raw photogr...

James Rawson

James’ work addresses some of the most important issues of the last 50 years; over consumption, greed, inequality and life as a spectacle. James’ work screams at you — there is no room for prevarication. It deals with the ubiquity of advertising, sex selling everything, fast food and TV as the drug of a nation....