Niz was born in Lima, Peru. She came to the United States for the first time when she was 4 before finally moving to the San Francisco Bay Area when she was 12 years old. Niz's artistic career began with educating at-risk youth in California through murals, fliers and zines. Her involvement and passion for graffiti, skateboard and other subcultures like hip hop, reggae and punk rock led her to create art on skateboards and grip tape in 2003.
The future loves you... if nobody else does.
Elaine likes to organize shapes and cut paper with a sharp knife.
Copyright grew up on the mean streets of Bristol foraging for Panda Pop, Fizz Bombs and Cola Cubes and as a result spent many sugar fuelled nights scribbling on walls with the finest quality crayons.
CK1 is one of the cutting edge artists who started graffiti art in Iran since 2003. A deep root in Iranian culture and mixing it with modern concepts enable him to bring rich Persian calligraphy along with the poems of great masters of Iranian literature like Rumi and Hafiz to his artwork. This has made his style of work extremely unique. He has a strong social conscience in his work and believes that nowadays the poverty and war leaves no room for a better world and he is concerned to reflect it in his art.
Wish this virgin traveler a save journey, may he find that elusive golden fleece he is searching for.
mtn 94 and stencils, that's it.
Is a Nationally known mixed-media artist, street artist and photographer based in the Bay Area of California half of the year and Miami Florida for the winter art season.
White stencils on skateboard griptape... from New Zealand.