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Colette Miller - earth angel

Colette Miller - earth angel

Born in the Streets of Downtown Los Angeles, the city of Angels in 2012, Colette’s Global Angel Wings Project has exploded around the globe and can be seen on the streets of every major city in the U.S. including major Airports such as LAX, Chicago O’hare, and Newark Liberty International. The interactive art project allows individuals to become part of the artwork by photographing themselves wearing the wings and then sharing the pictures of themselves on social media. Colette’s wings are one of, if not the most, recognizable images on social media.

Colette is an American born artist that works in painting, music, poetry and film. She is a well-regarded artist with authentic depth and diversity in her work, which reflects the many places she has lived and traveled to around the world. In addition the being the creator behind creator of The Global Angel Wings Project, she has exhibited and sold her paintings internationally. Colette draws inspiration from her heart, dreams, philosophies, memories, psychic or intuitive forces, color and movement.

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64 Colors - Marshall & Fetch Wizard

64 Colors - Marshall & Fetch Wizard

Midwest based 64 Colors creates characters, illustration graphics, custom toys, fine art, products, and art based experiences for collectors and clients all over the world.

They collaborate with companies such as Blue Q, Badge Bomb, Disney, Houghton Mifflin, Japan LA, Kidrobot, McGraw-Hill, Pearson, Peogeot, Rotofugi, and Sanrio to create specialty products that utilize their unique characters and custom art based experiences.

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Shawn Smith - Ninja Dog

Shawn Smith - Ninja Dog

Shawn is the creator of Shawnimals, a world of the cute, funny, and kind of weird creatures that come out of his brain.

Shawnimals includes characters like the Wee Ninja from Ninjatown, Moustachios, Pocket Pork Dumplings, and so many more. Being inspired by pop culture at-large, and then turning it into something entirely new is one of his favorite parts of what he does.

He has made thousands of handmade plush goods since Shawnimals' humble beginnings, with even more products released in the form of designer toys and other such collectibles with companies like Kidrobot and Rotofugi, lifestyle accessories and apparel with Mimoco, David and Goliath, and Smash Transit, amazing promotional goods with companies like MailChimp, Basecamp, Revolution Brewing, and others, not to mention comics, video games for Nintendo, iOS, and Android, and many more.

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Matthew Hoffman - you are beautiful

Matthew Hoffman - you are beautiful

Matthew Hoffman is a Chicago based artist & designer whose public works have been exhibited internationally. His ideas and work have been included in Good, the New York Times Magazine, and Ready Made. He has been published in books by Gestalten, Droog, and Taschen, and was featured in a segment on the Oprah network.

Matthew has created large scale public installations for the City of Chicago, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, Albright Knox Gallery, as well as companies like Facebook, Zappos, Groupon, & Cards Against Humanity. There are close to 30 outdoor installations currently up in the Chicagoland area.

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Jeff Zimmermann - Chicago Style Hot Dog

Jeff Zimmermann - Chicago Style Hot Dog

A native of Chicago, Jeff Zimmermann has achieved national and international recognition for his large scale murals featuring painted images of contemporary pop culture and sensitively rendered portraits. Zimmermann’s pop-culture references range from innocuous consumer products such as beer cans, hard candy rings, and high healed shoes, to more symbolically charged images like pistols and portraits of political figures. The images are discrete and floating, knitted together by geometric areas of flat color. The overall aesthetic is smooth and sensual: shiny metal and glossy surfaces, rendered in saturated colors. Zimmermann’s paintings have the sex appeal of commercial art, and any irony surrounding that connection is light and playful. The artist’s background as a graphic designer explains his shrewd use of flashy and graphic forms which also permeate the mass media (Zimmermann’s self-proclaimed competition), operating on the theory that we all deeply love flashy stuff.

 

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