Adam Handler, born in Queens, NY in 1986, studied Life Drawing in Italy and graduated from SUNY, Purchase in 2008. Handler has mounted numerous solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including New York, Europe, Africa, and Seoul, South Korea. Notable exhibitions include Madelyn Jordon Fine Art, Scarsdale, NY; Brega Artist Space, Seoul, Korea; Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece; Concordia College: OSilas Gallery, Bronxville, NY; The Bendheim Gallery, Greenwich, CT; Fred Torres Gallery, NY, NY ; Vered Gallery, East Hampton, NY; and The Children's Museum of Westchester, Rye, NY.

Banksy is an anonymous England-based street artist, vandal, political activist, and film director, active since the 1990s. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique.

Not Banksy is an anonymous Not Banksy is a contemporary Artist in the UK. He started out as a Graffiti Artist in the 80s and was designated a Villain by local authorities and enforcement. He then started working at civic music festivals employed for mural work and creative talents. After traveling for years and making art, in 2007 the "Not Banksy" name was formalized and he continues to produce works that those who once deemed him a Villain now purchase... Change does happen, and it is helpful to have signs along way. It is quality Art and fun to look at. He is Not Banksy, but shares the same name.

Bisco Smith is an New York-based contemporary artist with roots in music and graffiti. Bisco works in a variety of formats, including canvas and large outdoor murals, and is recognized for his lyrical approach to deconstructed expressionism characterized by gestural marks and abstracted text that embody the energy of a moment. Using music as his muse, he approaches each canvas as unique opportunity to channel the expression of his inspiration by stripping his compositions to their fundamental essence of motion and rhythm. Bisco's works, painted predominantly in black and white, embody the creative spontaneity that exists at the intersection of music and paint.

Maurizio Cattelan (born 21 September 1960) is an Italian artist. Known primarily for his hyperrealistic sculptures and installations, Cattelan's practice also includes curating and publishing. His satirical approach to art has resulted in him being frequently labelled as a joker or prankster of the art world.

Cleon Peterson is an LA based artist whose chaotic and violent paintings show clashing figures symbolizing a struggle between power and submission in the fluctuating architecture of contemporary society. The imagery of Cleon Peterson is not only strong because of its striking visual quality and its relevance to our world today.

Dabs Myla Australian husband-and-wife visual artists, DABSMYLA, employ a shared design language that dictates subject matter, positioning, color theory and perspective. With this established framework and unspoken set of rules- strengthened by over a decade of working together simultaneously - their singular goal is to tell an expansive story that is wholly unique to their own experiences. Panorama is of particular importance in DABSMYLA’s work. Micro points-of-view get referenced in larger scopes of vision – creating an interconnectedness amongst paintings both big and small.

Eddie Martinez is an American artist in painting and sculpture. He is well-known for using bold colors and contemporary graffiti painting style in his early works between 2010 and 2012. Eddie Martinez has held exhibitions internationally. He resides and works in New York.

Brian Donnelly, known professionally as Kaws, is an American artist and designer. His work includes repeated use of a cast of figurative characters and motifs, some dating back to the beginning of his career in the 1990s, initially painted in 2D and later realised in 3D.

Michael Reeder’s figurative art explores concepts relating to identity. He is currently focused on examining the defining elements of the individual which together create the distinct formation of self. Through repeatedly working from the limited reference of one person, whom Reeder himself does not know, he constructs a fresh identity with each new painting. Cleverly utilizing ambiguity, Michael’s protagonists live in a kind of limbo, where their identities appear within reach, often being strengthened and aided in their definition by the clean, crisp contours of their graphic and voidlike backdrops, yet their personalities are somehow blurry and distant, as if a key component is missing. By constantly working in a free flowing manner and allowing his subconsciousness unlimited scope within his creative process, Michael’s portraits remain open-ended, encouraging conversation and welcoming the projection of our own self-identities.

Paul Insect is a UK contemporary artist, who is most famous for his 2007 solo show Bullion exhibition at London's Art gallery, Lazarides Gallery.Damien Hirst is reported to be a fan of Insect, having purchased the show days before it opened.

POSE has remained distinguished in his inventive ability to take everyday, throw-away things and introduce them into the world to communicate something much deeper. While his work relies on harnessing very simple human emotions like love, loss and triumph, it’s presented in a complex union of vivid colors and layered application that aims for something much more profound than what’s at the literal, surface level.

Frank Shepard Fairey is an American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist, illustrator, and founder of OBEY Clothing who emerged from the skateboarding scene. He first became known for his "Andre the Giant Has a Posse" sticker campaign while attending the Rhode Island School of Design.

Timothy Curtis [b. 1982] is a self-taught artist from Philadelphia, who lives and works in New York City. Since establishing a focused studio practice in 2015, Curtis realized his first solo exhibition in November 2017 at Kaikai Kiki’s Hidari Zingaro gallery in Tokyo, Japan, curated by Takashi Murakami. His work was debuted publicly in the U.S. at the Brooklyn Museum as part of the group exhibition Coney Island Is Still Dreamland (To a Seagull) by the artist Stephen Powers (2015-1016). In 2018, Curtis’ work was included in Beyond the Streets, curated by Roger Gastman, a follow-up to Los Angeles MoCA's successful Art in the Streets exhibition. In October 2019, Curtis’s work will be included in The Drawing Center’s highly anticipated exhibition The Pencil is Key.