Bunnie Reiss


Bunnie Reiss is a muralist and fine artist whose work is heavily influenced by her Easter European background, with its tradition of folk art, saturated colors, animals, nature, and community engagement. Her extensive travels add an extra layer of conversation, which make her creations extremely unique. Her murals and larger installation work are looked upon as spell, an offering, and a place for people to gather. She has exhibited in galleries and created brightly colored murals through the US and around the world. She currently splits her time between Los Angeles and Joshua Tree.

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Mr. Doodle


Mr Doodle is a doodler from England. His work consumes walls, furniture and many surfaces, almost like a virus and is often described as ‘Graffiti Spaghetti’. This is because his clusters of characters, objects and patterns group together in a formation that appears to continue to grow relentlessly.

Josue Ramirez


Rawmirez is a Rio Grande Valley artist who works and creates along the Texas Mexico border. Rawmire’z current work investigates relationships between personal identity, meaning, and locations particularly ‘la frontera’ through references of popular culture, flora, traditional Mexican imagery, bilingualism, graffiti culture and patterns.  

Lucy Sparrow


Felt artist Lucy Sparrow is one of the most exciting and original artists working in the UK today. Her practice is quirky yet subversive, luring the audience in with her soft, tactile, colourful felt creations before hitting them hard with her comment on subjects from the demise of the traditional high street to censorship in pornography.

Jason Eatherly


Jason Eatherly is an urban street culture artist that resided in Austin TX.  Widely recognized in the street art scene for his image of Queen Elizabeth wearing a painter’s respirator mask, he is expanding his work to the fine art world. His iconic imagery and avante-guard interpretation of urban decay, abandoned structures and weathered environments has forged him into one of Austin’s most notorious contemporary artists. 

Ernesto Yerena Montejano


Ernesto Yerena Montejano was born in El Centro, CA, a mid- sized farming town bordering Mexicali, BC, MX. Fueled by his cross-national upbringing, his art practice reflects his observations of the views and interactions between the Mexican communities living on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. The artist shares narratives of his conflicts of identity that he feels are kindred to what many Chicanos of these communities experience.  Although Yerena identifies as Chicano he also strongly identifies as Native/Indigenous to this continent which is often seen in his work. His work depicts his frustrations with the oppression in his community as well as creating work in solidarity with the community in the defense of  dignity and rights.

Jeremy Biggers


Award-Winning Creator. Problem Solver. Fine-Artist. Designer. Photographer. Film Maker. Based in Dallas, Texas.   

From drawing to painting to graphic design to photography to videography, Jeremy Biggers has been involved with image making his entire life.  He attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts where he primarily focused on expression through graphite and charcoal drawing. During his college years he cultivated his love for painting and photography, and they’ve since cemented themselves into his everyday life.  As with most artists, his work is shaped by experiences that inform his view of the world. His goal with each piece is to inspire conversation. His work mixes realism with a design aesthetic.

Jake Early


Craftsmanship is important to me. I print every color on every serigraph, one sheet at a time. I mix every color of ink for every print, by hand. I also built all my equipment by hand (see more details in my blog). I enjoy the process in creating my limited edition serigraphs, it’s time consuming and requires a lot of attention to detail, and it’s exactly how I want it to be.