Aram was born in Shiraz, Iran in 1978. He has had solo exhibitions at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams, MA; Wilkinson Gallery, London; and Oliver Kamm Gallery, New York as well as being included in varies other exhibitions.
Kamrooz Aram is a contemporary artist whose paintings and drawings bring together traditional and contemporary cultural references to create scenes reflecting magical and weird present day.
Gajin Fujita’s was born in 1972 to Japanese parents but grew up in Los Angeles. Fujita blends Eastern techniques such as anime and old school elements like geishas, warriors and demons with Western, urban imagery to create his unique style – (hip-hop, urban graffiti meets traditional Japanese painting.)
His works embody the cultural and class contradictions that are an integral part of our global village.
Matt Haber is from San Diego. He lives and works in Los Angeles and New York. He has done work for Walt Disney Animation and Fox Animation as a storyboard artist and assistant animator, all of which have helped to shape his style. Below are couple of his works.
Art by Matt Haber:
“Last year Nadia Plesner started a Simple campaign to raise awareness of the ongoing genocide in Darfur and to raise money for the helping organization “Divest for Darfur”.
On February 13, 2008, Nadia received a letter from Louis Vuitton’s, asking her to firmly end the campaign immediately, as they believe one of their products is being portrayed in the illustration.
Nadia Plesner is standing up for her artistic freedom to express her view of the world as she sees it without restrictions from anybody.
On February 20, 2008, she informed Louis Vuitton’s Intellectual Property Director that she intend to continue her campaign to support the victims of Darfur.“
Nadia Plesner startet her own campaige in 2007 to support the Victims of Darfur. 100% of the takings from the t-shirt and poster are donated to Darfur.
To support her please go to: www.nadiaplesner.com