Born in 1978 in London, Dean Stockton, aka D*Face, is an English street artist. Initially trained as a designer, he quickly decided to work in the street where he displays his stickers, posters, stencils and graffiti. D*Face is also a gallery owner. First to offer urban art in London, he now exhibits different artists in the StolenSpace, his Shoreditch gallery.
Born in 1963 in New York, John Andrew Perello, aka JonOne, lives and works in Paris. A self-taught artist, JonOne creates abstract works influenced by movement, color and energy, calling himself an "abstract expressionist graffiti painter". Since his first exhibition in Berlin in 1990, his work is now presented all over the world (Tokyo, Monaco, Paris, Geneva, New York, Hong Kong, Brussels ...).
Marc Quinn, born in London in 1964, is a contemporary British artist. Through his sculptures, paintings and installations, he questions the place of the human being in the world of today. His creations especially explore the relationship between art and science, man and nature, the human body and the perception of beauty.
Born in 1989, Saype currently lives and works in Moutier (Switzerland). Pioneer in the field of painting on grass, an artistic movement halfway between land art and graffiti, he has been producing gigantic ephemeral faces in landscapes since 2013. He explores the nature of human kind in every art piece, which are all performed with a 100% biodegradable paint, prepared by Saype himself.
Founded in 2012, the Secret 7” collective mixes art, music and charity. Every year, they choose 7 titles of world famous musicians and press each one 100 times to 7” vinyl, later customized by international artists. All profits are later donated to causes previously curated by Secret 7”. Since its creation, the collective has produced 3,500 one-of-a-kind records and raised over £175,000.
Born in 1975 in Châteauroux, YZ (pronounced "eyes") is a French-English artist who currently lives and works in Abidjan (Ivory Coast). Street-artist, visual artist, videographer and documentary maker all together, she places people at the centre of each of her works. With the utmost personal rigour, YZ paint, glues and sprays impactful portraits that highlight civic rights and the fight against slavery.
Born in 1982 in South Natick, MA (USA), Zaria Forman currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Capturing the beauty of vulnerable landscapes, she documents climate change with hyperrealist pastel drawings. She travels to remote regions of the world to collect images and inspiration for her work, which is exhibited worldwide.