Adco is a Los Angeles based abstract artist. Using photography in a geometric way, Adco has created a unique symmetrical style that highlights the overlooked details of familiar structures. His latest prints are created with photographs shot exclusively on iPhone. His work has been featured in juried exhibitions and group shows in Los Angeles.
Adrienne Adar is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography, sound, and interactive installation. Inspired from natural forms and structures, her work addresses issues of visual and audio language, and technology’s influence on our perception and sensory experiences of everyday life.
Chris Prynoski is the president and owner of Titmouse, an award-winning animation production company. His animation career began in New York with his work on MTV shows such as Beavis and Butt-head, Daria and his Emmy nominated creation MTV Downtown. Chris and his wife Shannon then moved to LA to launch Titmouse - a home for passionate artists making high-quality cartoons. He wears many hats, including Executive Producing, Show Running and Directing. He recently finished directing his first feature film, Nerdland.
Claudia Meyer trained as a graphic designer at Hochschule für Gestaltung and Kunst in Luzern and made the acquaintance of Anton Stankowski, the grand master of German design, in whose studio she was able to work. Later on she moved to New York and completed her studies at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she worked intensively on the possibilities of fabric design and modern technologies. During that time she received prizes for her work and has since been creating using nature as her main sources of inspiration.
Danny is a Los Angeles based gemologist and artist, specializing in photomicrography. His images of the inside of gemstones reveal vibrant, colorful worlds unseen by the naked eye. Danny’s work had been exhibited at Art Basel Miami and have been published in Vice and Smithsonian Magazine.
James Porschen’s work abstracts reality, transcending the literal and focusing on the underlying essence of nature. His neonscapes combine abstract images with neon lights. James has exhibited in Los Angeles and London, and has been featured in several art publications, including Noice and Buzzed.
Kevin Mack is an artist and Academy Award winning visual effects pioneer. Kevin received the Oscar for Best Visual Effects for his work on WHAT DREAMS MAY COME (1998). Mack's abstract virtual reality artworks, Blortasia and Zen Parade, have been exhibited at art and technology events around the world.
Pearl is an entrepreneur, consultant, artist, and creative strategist. She leads entertainment, celebrity, non-profit, and technology brands forward into the future using next generation technology and creative thinking. Her work blends photography, video, 3D, and digital art into immersive installations with a focus on human Identity and feminism in the age of machines and technology.
Tennyson Woodbridge is a visual artist living in Berkeley, California. His large-format landscape panographs are created using the latest model iPhone and by manipulating the camera’s exceptional ability to process information (by bending light and space.) All of the photographic works are created in-camera, with no use of post production tools.
Bonny Tayor- N’Diaye leads with innovative ideas that bring artists’ work to the walls of galleries and museums worldwide, and has brought new definition to the spaces where we work and live for more than a decade. She is passionate about emerging talent and non-profits, using her vast creative experiences and contacts in the visual, music, theater, film, animation, social media, and dance worlds to create new and meaningful content that shapes our world and brings people together.