Australian born and NYC-based, Kid Zoom is a street artist that has been endorsed as a “Rembrandt with a spray can.”
Steve Powers is a man with two distinct careers. One as subversive graffiti artist and the others as a celebrated studio artist and street muralist.
A self-described “cosmic kid” from Cleveland, Ohio, Stephen Tompkins is painter and illustrator with a reputation for his wild-style pop art.
According to their website, the Couto Brothers’ collaborative venture is “the culmination of the creative energies of two distinctly different individuals who share not only common blood, but a common drive for artistic exploration and excellence”. The yin to the other’s yang, the Couto duo fuses their individual styles into collateral that is at once eclectic and harmonious.
REVOK is a visible mainstay in the Los Angeles art scene, perhaps most notably as a contributor to the MOCA’s Art in the Street exhibit that opened on April 17th, 2011.
The WOOZY coalition describes itself as “a premium lifestyle and street wear label with the goal of creating stylish, offbeat and original apparel.”
JR is a street artist, activist, and the winner of the 2011 TED prize.
Mr. Gauky describes himself as an Yorkshire-born orphan adopted by a rough-and-tumble gang called “the Slouches” — a group he claims as inspiration.
Superfex’s design aesthetic that has been described as “‘cute yet professional,” and has been sought after by a wide variety of corporate and independent entities.
JM Rizzi creates street art and paintings that are vibrant and colorful. His line is alive and spontaneous and the murals he creates are bursting with activity.
Thierry Guetta (a.k.a. Mr. Brainwash) is one of the most controversial street artists in recent history.
The most recognizable street artist working today is an elusive Brit that goes by the name Bansky.
Xavier Prou, more commonly known by the alias Blek le Rat, is considered among the graffiti community to be one of the (if not the primary) leaders of the European stencil graffiti movement in the 1980s.