Hans-Peter Feldmann is a German-based artist with an eccentric twist on fine art. Fun fact: in 1980 he destroyed most of his work and went into an early retirement, only to pick up where he left off 10 years later.
Kehinde Wiley is a New York based portrait painter. Most recently, he's been tapped by President Barack Obama to paint his official portrait for the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C.
American painter Stuart Davis is an artistic mix of modernism, cubism, and a dash of pop. And he felt a responsibility to convey political and consumer culture, so made a point to never go too abstract.
Danny Fox is an artist who credits his success to Instagram. Through it, he's been able to communicate closely with his audience and allows him to share his large autobiographical paintings almost as soon as they're completed.
After receiving his diploma in sociology and visual arts, Vincent Fournier, went on to become a creative director turned photographer in the advertising and film industry. He's widely recognized for his founding project, Space Project, and his work has shown all of the world.
Jess Bonham is a London-based still life photographer who aims to create a mix of playfulness and elegance in her images. She likes to push the limits when it comes to texture and tries to always incorporate a bit of humor into her work.
Brosmind = Juan + Alejandro Mingarro. These rad siblings, from Huesca, Spain, spent their childhood drawing comics, building cars for their toys and making movies. Fast forward to now their style has evolved to showcase humor and fantasy.
Ryan Shorosky is a photographer based in New York. His documentary voice tells a story of wandering soul. After college, he set out to become a "long-haul truck driver," and document the project in its entirety to create an experience for both himself and the viewer. Familiarity and estrangement are common themes for Shorosky, and how the two contrast with one another.