An apostle is sent to deliver or spread teachings to others. There are many with whom I am inspired by, follow, and learn from. Below are a few of the artists I am highly inspired by. Be sure to follow them, take their workshops, or purchase their pieces. We are all artists supporting artists.
Hannah has the best raw, visual style. Her vibrant pieces flow with an organic beauty and movement. She’s worked for several clients in the action sports arena – which is where I’ve come to know her work. She has also been featured in art magazines and books.
Josh Davis is the king of Creative Code and is my personal Lord and Savior (jk – but close). His work is other-worldly, dynamic, and edgy. I’ve described it as, I were to die, I’d like to go inside one of his pieces. He’s always pushing limits and boundaries with what technology can do for art. He has many classes and workshops available in person and online for those wanting to truly learn from a master.
Bicicleta Sem Frio
As far as street-art goes, this team has taken it to the next level. In a world where street art was gritty and direty, Bicicleta was brining it to a fine art status. Their art is featured on walls all over the world and in books and magazine.
As per their website: “FAILE is the Brooklyn-based artistic collaboration between Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. Since its inception in 1999, FAILE has been known for a wide ranging multimedia practice recognizable for its explorations of duality through a fragmented style of appropriation and collage.” I love the style. I love the colors. I love the various forms of mediums they use. Truly raw street art style, but refined at the same time.