Néstor Augusto Turallas, aka Falopapas, is an Argentine visual artist born in La Plata in 1979. He has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of La Plata, where he also been teaching in the “Visual Language II” section since 2006. He has dedicated to painting and public art since 2005.
Brian Butler is a Miami-based illustrator, designer and muralist. He graduated Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a BFA, after completing an eighty-four stop tour of every miniature golf course in Massachusetts. Before moving to Miami, he held production roles with a touring college campaign for Microsoft and with Cut&Paste, a global design tournament focused on showcasing the process of emerging designers in front of a live audience.
Yankelevich was Born in Madrid in 1982 and grew up in a nearby town called El Escorial where his parents worked as architects. At their studio he discovered, being a child, that drawing could be a profession as a kind of magic.
Rafael Delceggio is a photographer, and director based in Miami. He specializes in luxury car and lifestyle photography. He is the art director for MiuraMag and his client portfolio includes Porsche, McLaren, Ferrari, and more.
Richard Vergez is a Cuban-American visual and sound artist. He was born in Philadelphia, PA, worked and lived in New York as a member of the Brooklyn Collage Collective, and currently works and resides in South Florida. His background in graphic design and audio/visual collaboration is reflected through his hand-made collaged works on paper and mixed media.
Pia Barberis was born in san Pedro, Buenos Aires in 1989. She is an artists and fashion designer. Her work is inspired by primary colors and fine lines. Her work has been showcased both in solo and group exhibitions including in estival Provincia Emergente.
Noty Aroz is a French art duo. They met in the middle of the 90's, at primary school in the Paris suburbs.A common passion for drawing and the lack of a father, gone for one, dead for the other, generated a fraternal friendship between the two boys. Their body of work is based around the MYTHOLOGENY concept.
Use left/right arrows to navigate the slideshow or swipe left/right if using a mobile device
Choosing a selection results in a full page refresh.
Press the space key then arrow keys to make a selection.