Dizzy Little Dotty
Dizzy Little Dotty (Lauren Carney) is a visual storyteller of the digital age. Her quirky character based imagery connects with the audience on not just an aesthetic but personal level. She is driven to make beautiful illustrations that move each person differently through digital and contemporary design.
Her illustrations have been projected on giant screens at international music festivals like Coachella and Splendour in the Grass, hung in galleries, sold in international stores, and printed in magazine publications.
With a career spanning 30 years, Merda is a self-taught visual artist who was a pioneer of Melbourne’s early graffiti scene. During the late 80’s he helped bring 3D lettering styles to the world, and in doing so helped firmly establish Australia’s graffiti reputation and influenced a generation of writers. Inspired by everyday surroundings, Merda adapts his approach by using different mediums and ways of making to create unique works that incorporate clean lines and subtle minimalist colour.
David Milan is a Graphic Designer and a Lettering Artist, based in Barcelona, Spain.
With a serious addiction to letters, he likes to get his hands dirty with fresh paint, and has more pens and brush-pens than friends in his life. His favourite word to write is “Beautiful” and loves to watch sunsets, while eating tacos and listening to techno music.
Rik Oostenbroek is self-taught Dutch freelance artist, designer and art director based in Hilversum ( 15 minutes from Amsterdam ), The Netherlands.
For over 9 years, Rik has worked as a freelancer on some of the biggest brands in the world and his work has been used in advertising the world over: from Hong-Kong to New York, London to Paris, Amsterdam to Milan.
Known for his dynamic forms & unique abstract shapes, Rik is fluent in various styles of design including Graphic Design, Typography, 3D Graphics, Art Direction, Abstract, Traditional art, Illustration and a mixture of Photo Manipulation and Retouching.
Sha’an d’Anthes (Furry Little Peach) is an illustrator living and working from her studio in Sydney, Australia. Her usual subject matter of plants and animals are interpreted with a sense childlike wonder, enveloped by vibrant colours, and themes of nostalgia.
Sha’an has shown and sold work across the globe and in the past year alone worked with clients including Netflix, Oreo, and Adobe.