Printmaking


Sara Hassan Khani

Sara Hassan Khani

My current practice explores the concepts of time and memory and relationships between privacy, publicity, space, and the human body. The investigation of place happens through the initial planning of a structure, followed by an intuitive process of deconstructing/reconstructing, layering, and combining collage, painting, and printmaking to achieve a narrative that is nonliteral, abstract, and […]

mirrored fatality

mirrored fatality

✧༺mirrored fatality is a nonbinary Kapampangan-Pilipinx and Pakistani-Muslim performance art duo Mango and Samar, sharing their rituals, altars, and medicine through DIT (Do It Together) experimental and healing noise punk. mirrored fatality creates their self-proclaimed “cocoon webs” combining performance art, music, spoken word, graphic design, film, photography, painting, drawing, upcycled garments, anti-imperialist education, and healing […]

nic villegas

nic villegas

I try very hard to make art that connects with people in some way – art that makes people feel, or think, or remember, or feel represented, or laugh out loud. i’m a colorful, “cartoony” 90s kid all grown up – some of my early inspirations as an artist included vincent van gogh, lisa frank, […]

Ronald Jenkins Jr.

Ronald Jenkins Jr.

I have been working as a freelance artist for 3 years. It began with taking film photos for friends as they worked on their craft, while i quickly developed my own. My involvement in Play Nice shifted my interest towards the curation of events for local artists to showcase their talents. I use our community […]

Elyse Pignolet

Elyse Pignolet

I am an American with Filipino heritage, living and working in Los Angeles. Working primarily in ceramics, I have been inspired by and dealt with various themes including political and social issues, the dialectic between feminism and misogyny, inequality, and cultural stereotypes. Exploring the boundaries between ceramics, painting and sculpture. Pottery that may be read […]

C. Dolim

C. Dolim

C. Dolim is a queer non-binary artist who has been creating for over a decade. From jewelry pieces, to illustrations, to large scale installations they try to channel whimsy, horror, and humor into most of their work.

groovnshit

groovnshit

Multimedia artist. Illustration, photography, and fashion design.

Terminal Radness

Terminal Radness

Growing up near the sandy shores of Southern California, artist Nick Guenzler’s creative expressions are heavily influenced by the coastal lifestyle. Often operating under the pseudonym ‘Terminal Radness,” his illustrations and designs stitch together skate and surf culture, doom metal, flagrant apathy, and public displays of sarcasm. He currently works and resides in Long Beach, […]

Daniela Barbani

Daniela Barbani

A mountain lion living in Los Angeles may be unaware of its impact on humans, but it is no stranger to navigating land touched by man. Human perspectives of these urban mountain lions vary depending on the person. Some respect them, some fear them, some want nothing to do with them, and some have no […]

Hector Varela

Hector Varela

My work is rooted in exploration of love, experimentation technically and conceptually focused on the fragility in all their sides. Goes from two dimensional (photo/drawings/paintings) to the 3 dimensional objects (ceramics/wood) and spaces. Always trying to try new materials and reuse and repurpose.

Seanna Harris

Seanna Harris

Seanna Harris is an interdisciplinary artist who is currently earning her Bachelors of Arts in printmaking at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. In a growing digital culture, the analog quality of physical printed matter has proven itself resilient. The tactile nature of printmaking, as well as the role it serves in […]

Sandow Birk

Sandow Birk

Los Angeles artist Sandow Birk is a graduate of the Otis/Parson’s Art Institute whose work deals with contemporary life. Frequently developed as expansive, multi-media projects, past themes have included inner city violence, graffiti, social and political issues, travel, prisons, Islam, surfing, and skateboarding. He was a recipient of an NEA International Travel Grant to Mexico City […]