Justin James King is an artist/photographer living in New York City whose work has been shown internationally. He is currently working on a project that expands on his interest in landscape and memory, taking inspiration from the remnants of a devastating hurricane that changed the course of a river in rural Vermont. When he's not working in his studio or traveling to shoot locations he can often be found at one of these fine places.
Hidemi Nishida is an artist currently based in Tokyo. His interest is "individual perception of the landscape". Nishida questions our milieu, deconstructing and adapting existing structures or materials or even whole landscapes in order to refresh our view of the world.
Angharad Hengyu Owen loves language – the significance and insignificance of meaning. Endlessly intrigued by the idea of an intrinsic layer of storytelling through typography: The process of a visual interpretation to create an honest emotional imprint. This growing focus was seeded by a multicultural upbringing and a fascination for multilingual semantics, as well as a genuine curiosity towards human nature.
Andrea Sullivan is a Sydney based artist. She has lived in Fontainebleau, London, Toronto and New York. Her vibrant works are assembled testaments to her travels and their time laboured intensity and beauty are a myriad of these experiences. Her work is held in private collections the world over and has shown in NYC and Sydney.
Antti Kalevi is an artist and illustrator currently based in Helsinki, Finland. His works are featured in, among others, ANTI Magazine, dpi Magazine, Printed Pages and SPUR Japan. Antti’s long list of international clients include The New York Times, Finlandia Vodka, Kauniste, ELLE Italia and Universal Music. He is represented by Agent Pekka in Europe and the US.