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Luis Zavala Tapia

Luis Zavala Tapia

Luis Zavala Tapia is an artist born in Mexico and raised in Los Angeles. He graduated from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) with an MFA in Fine Art in 2007 and earned and BFA in painting from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2004. He currently lives and works in […]

Corie Mattie

Corie Mattie

Corie uses her personal experiences to relate to her audience as she finds ways to communicate through wordplay and imagery. She is bold, blunt and somehow subtle in her way of saying what she has to say. Though you may not have heard her, she is still trying to speak to you. Will you listen?

spank.

spank.

Stencil artist committed to community.

Samantha Tagaloa

Samantha Tagaloa

I am a Samoan-American multimedia artist. In Samoan culture, the Vā refers to a liminal space marked by ambiguity and transformation. It is a dynamic force, the space between two objects, the space between two points in time, and the space that gives meaning. The Samoan pantheon is replete with strong female goddesses whose divinity […]

Colby Su

Colby Su

The body of my work includes traditional media, mixed media, illustration and design. My background is deeply influenced by street art, graffiti, and tattoo art. I built upon those influences and added more to my arsenal with typography, patterns, and dynamic composition.

Courtney Grace

Courtney Grace

I am a self-taught visual artist, I create with the aim to portray a vision of reality deeply ingrained in yogic philosophy, with each of my pieces possessing elements of fantasy and realism. My mission is to encourage people to let go of the preconceived notions that restrict their true selves, freeing them to simply […]

Frankie Greco

Frankie Greco

Frankie is a Los Angeles based conceptual abstract painter with a BFA from California State University of Long Beach. Music inspires and informs his abstract paintings. He wishes to chromatically build music’s beauty. Just like a synesthete, he sees sound with shapes and colors, and attempts to answer the question, “What does music look like?” […]

robotxoriginals

robotxoriginals

I spent a large portion of my childhood growing up on the streets of Long Beach in the 80’s. I was a skateboarder back then and remember the joy I felt feeling the air blowing across my face and the freedom I felt when I was on my board. My art is a collection of […]

Hubert Neal Jr

Hubert Neal Jr

Artists have power; the power to reveal, the power to influence, and the power to inspire. I use my Art to address social issues and the human condition

Aztk_Pr1nc3ss

Aztk_Pr1nc3ss

I don’t feel like I’m being heard just drawing in my room, so I want to tell the world by having my statement in a visual form. I only want to remind people that we are all in this together and to spread love. Doing this also gives me a chance and opportunity to express […]

Jesa Townsend

Jesa Townsend

My current work addresses social salience. My practice involves the study of the symbolism found in revitalization movements and how they often shape social cues and cultural understanding. Challenging the traditional reason for which something exists, I often depict large social gatherings engrossed in behavioral and pointed symbolism. I use inlaying techniques combined with the thick […]

JOE

JOE

My work is critical of the global commodification and the haphazard capitalism driving waste and polluting the environment, driving the globe towards catastrophic point of no return. Mine is a discourse on global climate change and the environmental issues of today, Aspiring to highlight issues and facilitate a greater civil discourse and awareness of such […]