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.
Daniel Gordon is a photographer, painter, and collage artist living and working in New York. With photography being the main focus in his practice, there are equal parts sculpture and collage in each meticulous piece. Gordon's work incorporates hundreds of internet print outs layered with magazine and newspaper cut outs, which are pieced together in a three dimensional fashion and then photographed to create an ecstatic yet visually peaceful scene.
Qiu Yang is an elite still life photographer and filmmaker. His unique pairings, set designs, and bold use of props truly make the work stand out, creating his own minimalistic style. Qiu currently splits his time between New York and Amsterdam.
Antonia Basler is a still life photographer based in Portland. She creates such obscure visuals by using color and pattern to enhance the "everyday items" she features in her photographs. Antonia is drawn to the look and feel of poorly constructed objects, especially ones you can find at a local dollar store.
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.
Spencer Lowell is a photographer based in Los Angeles. He developed a love for science and technology at an early age, and was extremely attracted to Robots and their importance in society. After attending Art Center College of Design, Lowell did a few projects for JPL in Pasadena. His images are conceptually brilliant, and intriguing with the right amount of "text book" vibe. Spencer sees the beauty in things we might not.
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.