132 Artists from 22 Countries spanning the globe across 6 Continents!
Australia, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, UK, USA, Wales
136 artists applied, for the project. Profiles shown are of artists whose stickers we received, and opted in to be featured.
I am a digital artist from Melbourne, Australia who is heavily inspired by cyberpunk and post-apocalyptic imagery and media. I try to incorporate features and hallmarks from Australian culture into my pieces.
By using extensive linework I aim to create detail-rich and depth-heavy pieces that tell their own story and resonate with anyone looking at them.
San Francisco Based Artist Who Combines Street Art With Graffiti.
I am an artist who receives inspiration from the housecat and combines it with past dreams. My brand is a mockery of cat culture, psychedelics, and modern style. We live in an age where pop culture is constantly being embedded into our brains, and in turn it warps our perception of life. #Catscult is a window into that reality.
Hi im Mafe Toro, I was born in New York City with Colombian roots. Im inspired by Japanese art and creepy cute style, this style that is most known as Harajuku Style or fashion, since very young age I have been into this kind of art and is very noticeable in my art style. Im a 2D animator and visual artist with a great sense of Coloring! Im a character designer and Concept artist as well. Designing toys right now is a dream come true.
Creatively Getting Thru Life
Tattoo artist based in Melbourne, specialising in dark art.
Cláudio Melo, aka Dim Melo is an artist and art/educator in the city of Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais - Brazil. Immersed in street art, he creates graffiti works, improvised poetry and stickers. Intervening and transforming places, he believes in art as a tool of change for a world that lacks new attitudes.
My name is Tyler Melton. I am an ever-growing, always learning, usually out-of-my-mind artist.. Much of my work consists of weird, wacky, and sometimes disturbing characters and creatures. I also throw in the occasional bot (winky face). While most would consider my style as a pretty refined one, with consistent bold line-work, vivid colors, and a general looseness, I do tend to dabble in other styles. To me, it is important to study other works and styles in order to grow your own. And the best way to do that is to copy! So, to sum myself up; I’m Tyler, I like monsters and bots and throwing in the occasional willie (did I not mention that earlier?), and my work is bold and strange… and I am ok with that.
Able to create in many styles, comic style is my go to. Weather it be comicbooks or Sunday comics, I try to feature a himd of childhood memories in my work. I also love to create colorful horror monsters.
Australian artist that enjoys drawing characters and letters.
ZROPRO is a Brooklyn based artist whose work focuses on graphic design, illustration, mural art, photography, and product design is best known for creating the character PJ the Pigeon (2008). PJ is an anthropomorphized cartoon pigeon representing the everyday person living in the big city mixed in with pop culture references along with humor and wits. PJ is young at heart, sarcastic, and loves getting into random misadventures and shenanigans.
Tom Gerrard is an Australian painter whose works focus on suburban life. His style developed through his prolific international output on the streets, and he incorporates contemporary techniques such as spray paint and airbrush. Gerrard’s works compress space through bold flattened colour schemes, employing a signature black outline which frames his graphical forms. The heads appearing throughout Gerrard’s work follow the lineage of graffiti characters, reimagined through the multicultural lens of Gerrard’s youth in Melbourne’s western suburbs. Observation is key to Gerrard’s practice; the architectural elements and domestic objects are taken directly from his environment, both at home and through travel. Gerrard has exhibited in Los Angeles, Barcelona and Tokyo, and his works have been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia and the National Gallery of Victoria. He is an active international muralist, having been commissioned in London, Berlin, Quito and Rio de Janeiro.
Asooraguy is a Naarm/Melbourne based graffiti art exhibiting his unique character "Bluxky" through spray paint on the street, canvases with galleries also involved in local art toy community.
Marc Kuegle / marcusorelious
Marc Kuegle is a self taught Cree/ German artist from Canada who fuses photography and digital art together. Marc’s inspiration comes from traveling, skateboarding, and their associated cultures and lifestyles. He has shown his work in various cities across Canada including two solo shows in his hometown of Winnipeg. Marc has also participated in various art events in Bangkok, Thailand including the Mango Arts Festival and a solo show titled ‘Rovers’ in 2020. In the summer of 2022, he had a digital piece on rotation at Five Points NYC alongside the Ghost Club Collective and was also invited to showcase his art at the Toronto Futurist Conference ‘22. This past winter season, Marc was also invited to create an installation for the Forks Winnipeg River Trail. Marc will be doing his fourth solo show this August in Bangkok, Thailand titled ’Fisherman Friends’. His art can create a curiosity for exploration or it can bring back old memories of adventure and travel.
James Wilson is a young Australian, Canadian artist whose work crosses through the worlds of animation, illustration and painting.
Journeying through the nostalgia of obsolete technology, youth culture and the pitfalls of young love, Wilson’s rose-tinted references look back at the universal growing pains of adolescence and unripe adulthood
The creator of this project who also (at no shock to those who know him) nearly forgot to give himself any promo.
Rukz One was born and raised in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. Often described as unique and polarising, he (and his art) swings between the simple and the complex. His art draws inspiration from skateboarding, hip-hop, the Melbourne street art/graffiti culture, and humanity. Now focused on the Artdecypher banner he aims to shine a creative light that reaches new locations and audiences by paving new paths that challenge the “norm”. Community and collaboration are driving forces in his work.