The multidisciplinary work of James Jirat Patradoon is wild and vibrant with a hint of ’80s neon cool throughout. He describes the art he creates as something that“remixes conflicting subcultures and genres to create new stories”.
As she says herself, positivity and fun are both elements that typify Marisa Morea’s work. It’s perfect for the children’s illustration she does but also brings a light-heartedness and tons of good vibes to her commercial work, too.
We really like Dave Murray’s individual take on form and shading. The objects he creates range from having just the slightest hint of cubist twists and turns to more mixed up, abstract compositions.
The organised chaos of printing, drawing, cutouts and spray paint makes for wildly energetic and gorgeously expressive imagery from Monika Grubizna, aka Long Muzzle. She is an award-winning print maker and illustrator who relocated to her current base in the US from her native Poland.
Sprays, flicks and splatters of colour abound in Eddie Perrote’s pattern-adorned work. Eddie uses stencilled, drawn and collaged elements plentiful in decoration. We like the unrestricted bundles of motifs and the obvious passion for colour and surface design.
In splatters and dashes, Jennifer Marvillas‘ mixed media pieces capture the vibrancy and spectacle of the bustling, modern metropolis. As someone who says “her drawings are her reason for traveling and her travels are her reason for drawing”, it’s no surprise she can emulate the feeling of wonder a new and foreign city can inspire.
We’d like it if some of Xuan Alyfe’s lively murals popped up around the area we live to make the city streets all that more cheerful. In dazzling colour with a few welcome neons thrown in, Xuan creates these intense pieces on walls and in exhibition spaces. They’re all about careful composition. A mixture of symbols and expressive sprays of paint are placed in considered layouts to create a wonderful, chaotic balance.