Brian Finke is a photographer based in New York. Brian has the remarkable ability to take any subject and put his unique twist in it. Because of this talent, his work has not been limited to one specific genre. Brian has a way with his subjects that creates a compelling story upon first glance.
Karol Banach is an illustrator and graphic designer originally from Poland. His process is experimental and playful, filled with color and shape. Karol's characters are abstract and almost have their own personalities that pop off the page.
Grant Cornett is a self taught photographer mostly recognized for his still life imagery. He seems to find the beauty in mundane objects, with a color palette and lighting style that feels surreal and painterly.
Cru Camara is a photographer born and raised in the Philippines. Camara's work is quiet and subtle with a palette that consists of neons and pastels. This specific use of color creates an eerie fantasy that almost separates you from your own reality.
Alistair Taylor-Young is a photographer and director. His landscape work is extremely captivating, and his color palate carries over to his fashion work effortlessly, giving the imagery a airy and dreamlike quality.
Alex Katz is a Russian painter born in New York. Katz studied painting at Cooper Union under Morris Kantor (also a Russian artist) in the early 1940's. He was heavily influenced by advertisements, billboards, and films of the 60's, which lead to his "dramatic crops" and large scale portrait paintings.
Carlos Chavarria is a documentary portrait, and editorial photographer from Madrid. He is very inspired by american culture and his influences come from the color movement of the 1970's. Carlos shoots mostly medium format film.
Stephen Shore is a documentary landscape, portrait, and still life photographer from New York. He is mostly known for his color work shot in the 70's. His photographs can make even the most mundane situations seem beautiful and appealing.