As an artist and teacher, I have a passion for working with people and their creative endeavors. Whether this regards food, art, health, or the environment, I bring my experience, creativity, and leadership skills to any task. I aspire to work with children and communities through teaching and facilitating art and public works. I have […]
Northern California born and raised, I am currently finishing up school at CSU Long Beach, working for my BFA in illustration. I take inspiration from the people and places around me: environments that tell a story, people you may pass on the street, and and the little light moments in life. I hope to become […]
Jared Aufrichtig is an International Multidiscipline Artist and Photographer pushing the boundaries of Expression. Originally from Long Beach California, he now moves about the globe immersed in Art, Music, Surfing and Skateboarding while searching out the connections and parallels between them. His Art and Photography have been exhibited and published around the world and includes […]
Briyana Negrette is an artist who works abstractly with conceptual layered pieces while using found items and other objects inspired by metaphysics and the subconscious, creating paintings, murals, sculptures and installations that engages and questions the norms of society.
I am very interested in everything metaphysical and mystical like time, space, abstract concepts, and spirituality. Throughout several art history courses as an undergrad with professor Moira West that emphasizes on Native American art and other non-Western nations, I acquired mindfulness of previous and contemporary indigenous symbolism, cultures, and philosophies. For instance to some nations, […]
Los Angeles based artist Francisco Reyes, Jr., is better known by his alias Never Made. For over a decade, Francisco has been pursuing his passion in Graphic Design. His experience as a musician in his late teens and early 20s taught him the value of hard work. Coupled with his involvement in the skateboarding scene […]
GRBG Made combines leather, wood, polished metal, and rock’n’roll to offer a classic line of original graphics apparel, handmade knives, wallets and accessories. GRBG Made, built to last, quality product until death and beyond. “¡Habla basura!”—What up, garbage?
Kimo Bautista is a self taught artist rooted in graffiti furthering growth through fine arts. Predominantly through study focusing in Printmaking and Ceramics. Current work sets out to portray a sense of technological dependency and ultimately a loss of humanity; with interpretations of spiritual health as well as turmoil.
My intention with my art is to make people uncomfortable. In each image, I bring up themes including fear, defiance, and tragedy. These themes are a reaction to mental illness and abuse. With my art, I seek to bring these topics to light in a way that challenges the viewer to think about something they […]
I specialize in cartoons and the macabre. My work is primarily traditional, using only a pen, and is concentrated on pop culture, obscure cartoons, or my unique whimsical style. When working in color I will use all manor of paints, and am formally trained in oil, water, acrylic, and gouache.
Whether it be murals or gallery pieces, I’d love to describe my artwork as a vessel or a time machine that takes the viewers backwards and forwards in time with me. Nostalgia is a heavy underlying theme from my childhood – contrasting socio-economic lifestyles of people I witnessed growing up in Tondo, Manila, vivid colors […]
My goal is simple: To enrich my community and remind them of our diverse culture through vibrant colors that uplift and nourish our souls.