Van Lanigh is a Russian artist based in the Netherlands. She had a tough childhood with abusive parents and made the first attempt to run from home when she was 7. Escaping from reality to the imaginary world assisted her to deal with anxiety. This developed into a strong spatial visualisation ability which helped her to become the youngest student in a local Art School. At sixteen she left home for the last time to start an artistic career and two years later moved to the Netherlands. Releasing her emotions into work connects realism and abstractionism through the lens of subconsciousness to achieve superconsciousness.
After graduated from Tokyo Designer Academy Art Department, Banbu started his artist career in the spring of 2019 after returning from studying abroad in Canada and the the United States. Influenced by foreign animation when he was a child, and pop art that Banbu encountered when he was a student, Banbu created a character using motifs that are not human beings (real world creatures), aiming to express the beauty of diversity by looking at everything from a flat perspective (third-person point of view).Â
Leighton McIntosh, known as 'Geckor' is a Scottish visual artist, designer and animator. As a child, Leighton always carried a strong passion for sketching and painting, particularly drawing inspiration from iconic cartoons. Fast forward the years and that passion has spiralled into the forms of acrylic painting, graphic design and animation.
Mad considers art as a way of thinking and acting in life, a constant reflection of what she sees and feels every day . Her works represent dreamlike landscapes and creatures. The sign of digging to unearth a fictional universe , which is struggling to remain within the canvas. In the world of Mad, everything takes the form of a splash of colour . The mind processes thoughts and memories that the hand imprints on the surface , through symbols and words. The design is a poem translated into her language.
Born in Oslo Norway, the art of Maria Maaneskiold experiments with references to fairytale and folklore. Her use of self portrait and symbolic characters alude to a certain experience of identity, sexuality and escapeism. Her work resembles that of dreams and create a visual universe of her own confused psyche.
Pei Lam is a Hong Kong-based illustrator and visual artist who records her life through doodling, painting, comic, and illustration. Create an imaginary and vivid artwork and take inspiration from the inner identity and nature, to cherish the nostalgic things.
SIUKINS is an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer based in Hong Kong. He is a hodgepodge of a person with a love for both Japanese animation and American art and films.Overthinking" is the main keyword throughout all his works. He loves to observe people's behavior and he is fascinated by the spiritual moment when people are lost in thought. Most of his works are a psychedelic blend of humans, animals, and a lot of thought balloons. He channels his personal experiences of growing up in each artwork. Highlighting the different moments of self-thinking, and how it relates to his present self.From digital painting to hand painting with acrylic, SIUKINSâs works jump from one medium to another.
Yana Meadow is a Russian - Spanish artist based in Madrid. Yana Medow identifies the aesthetic direction of her oeuvre as figurative and primitive. She depicts people with exaggerated body proportions. This stylistic choice is driven by the goal of expressing the human body's universal grace, along with the comical naivety of human ideas, concepts, and thoughts. The soft, almost luminescent streaks of orange, lemon yellow, and turquoise blue contribute to the artworks' lighthearted mood.
Zoie Lam is an artist based in Hong Kong. As the creator of the imaginary planet Zlism, Zoie Lam details a world with all its residents and happenings. Positive energy oozes out from the kind-hearted characters as they come alive under her pen, all with fascinating stories unfolding in one painting after another. Through her artworks, Zoie Lam would like to express her ideas towards different social phenomena. Most of the artworks by Zoie Lam appear as a dense and intricate tapestry of patterns juxtaposed with vivid colours â a remarkable visual contrast for a signature style that sets Zoie Lam apart from the rest.