My goal is always to evoke happiness to those who come across my work. I like to express my love for bright colors and cute things through my pieces. I’m inspired by everyday things and my surroundings because we all have a different perspective and I like to share mine.
My work is a journey from past experiences, influences, and inspirations which all lead up to the moment of where I am and what I’m working on. My work reflects who I am and the story I want to tell.
Stanislav “Slavsky” Sekacov was born in Sumy, Ukraine in 1991, raised in Central Europe and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Slavsky is self-taught and paints predominantly in the Acrylic medium, but includes watercolor and other mediums into his work as well. Slavsky is influenced by the works of Alphonse Mucha, Poe and William Blake. […]
Social Change Coalition’s mission is to facilitate GLOBAL Social Change realized through the construction of a Global Justice Movement. Believing that all citizens across the globe are Agents of Change in the making, our unique ARTivist approach fosters an Agent of Change mindset by bridging diverse allies together with the intention to bridge diverse collective […]
I’m sweet and sassy. Completely in love with art, design, learning, and teaching. Doing what I love means creating and living from my heart, with purpose. I love going all in, pushing boundaries, and questioning everything. ✧ I’ve been an artist & maker since I can remember. The medium doesn’t really matter to me, I […]
my stage name’s (T.A.S.P)”MugshotOne”( it’s an acronym that breaks down in this order..the almighty sick phantom __ mentally unique grammatically spittin highly obscene termanology of origins not explained) aka Luce Williz” enjoy the freshness. I’m in California Currently working with A wonderful Community group headed by my two west coast brothers Dusty Stiggers and Jeremiah […]
I’ve been drawing since I was a kid in 1997 in my Grandma Mason’s living room. I remember my mom taking me to the Watts Towers as a kid and imagining what it would be like to be an artist and leave something great behind for the world to see and appreciate. My mom always […]
I am not really good in writing about myself. I am more of presenting myself through my art. I moved to Downtown Long Beach in June of 2015, and I fell in love with the city ever since. At the same time, I rediscovered my love for the arts since my move here, and I […]
I received both my BFA and MFA in illustration from California State University, Long Beach. I currently live in Orange County and work as a commission artist. My work is inspired by my love of nature, and explores themes about love, heartache, and the joy and sorrow that come from feeling too deeply.
My artwork captures the spirit of Southern California urban coastal life through the mix of photography, abstract watercolor/marker and custom frames handmade from repurposed wood. After the piece is assembled I coat the images with epoxy resin. I release art prints, t-shirts, hats and other merchandise through my brand – O.I.L. Beach…. Only in Long […]
Themes of pop culture, mental health and loss of innocence blend with the techniques of the old masters in the work of Michelle Marks. Taking notes from the predecessors of “Pop Surrealism” and “Low Brow”, her work falls somewhere in the valley between high and low art. Marks’ vocabulary ranges from cute to sexualized to […]
The year was 1989 at the age of 12, I was introduced to aerosol art; Through a mural project at Franklin Middle school in collaboration with Homeland Cultural center. That was a life changing experience that inspired me to pursue a career in art. Throughout the years I have completed over 200 murals across the […]