Kris Trappeniers, Sarah Greaves and Wilmer Murillo
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Belgian based graphic artist creating in a variety of mediums including spray paint, acrylics, ballpoint, paint markers, collages, hand-cut paper and stencils. Autodidact and versatile, his experimental approach to stenciling has been inspired by traditional Japanese papercuts (kiri-e) and the classic figurative masters whilst his process from drawing to the finished work is completely analogue, without the use of software or photo filters.
An award wining, mixed media artist who uses the traditional craft of embroidery to vandalise and graffiti everyday objects with emotive, political and thoughtful text. Fridges, doors, food and sinks become the canvases for hidden thoughts.
“My Embroidered Graffiti is about exploring stereotyped identities and gender roles, our relationships with our bodies, our internal monologues and how the domestic and private become public."
An illustrator, designer and doodler from Central America.
" I'm addicted to drawing, drinking coffee and collecting awesome indie music. In my earlier years as an illustrator, while I was still studying at college, I started experimenting with digital painting, but with time, my style has became more spontaneous and even more simple. Most of my inspiration comes from vintage sci-fi creatures such as robots, cyborgs and monsters."