Amélie Hazard (Paris, France) was trained in Graphic Arts at Penningham. Represented by the Arts Agency Council, she cut her teeth with as a freelance illustrator in New York City before joining the agency Chez Antoine in Paris as Creative Director.
Amy Ruppel (Portland, Oregon) is an artist, illustrator and surface designer. She works with many notable galleries and shops all over the United States and in London. Her client list includes Uniqlo, Ace Hotel, Nike, Adidas, Converse, Burton, Gnu Snowboards, Target, Disney, Kidrobot, Whole Foods and Design*Sponge.
Ana Strika (Zurich, Switzerland) creates complex, intimate works with paper, sound, film and text. She works with most of these mediums simultaneously, combining them to create room-filled works and installations. She received a Swiss federal grant for her thesis work at Zürich Univeristy of the Arts. Her work has been exhibited internationally by galleries from Europe and the US and most recently at Musée des Beau-Arts Le Locle and the Shanghai Museum of Arts & Crafts.
Anastasia Muna (Berlin, Germany) grew up and was schooled in Cape Town, South Africa where she was awarded honors in photography and received a first class pass (cum laude). In 2006, she began "Project Chimera", a series of photographic street installations which force the viewer to question ideas of reality. Her work has appeared in Harper's Bazaar, The New York Times, Broadly (Vice) and ME.Style Magazine. She has exhibited with Wooster Collective.
Anton Lopez (Manila, Philippines) is a professional problem solver/maker. He is a Philippine-born artist who has traveled the world in search of adventure and illumination. Having lived in New York City, Lugano and Hong Kong, Anton draws inspiration from the unique cultures he's experienced. He creates diverse work ranging from drawing and painting to structural multimedia installations. Experimental and playful, his work explores the dialogue between culture, space and technology. He recently curated the first ever group art show in historic Intramuros, Manila at his surf shop TENANT.
Chad Phillips (Brooklyn, NY) is a Creative Director, currently acting as Director of Merchandising at the Brooklyn Museum. He has re-imagined retail for the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum; helped develop toys, stores, and apparel for Kidrobot; majorly influenced the 'cool factor' for the early days of; and cut his teeth at the renowned Moss design store in SoHo. He has intimate knowledge of the ins and outs of any small creative business–from CMS and HTML to making things look good– and can help with any aspect a brand could ever need.
Change Design (Italy) is a multidisciplinary design company working on interior and retail projects. They claim to work "virally", helping the brands they serve to transfer knowledge and energy between (often divergent) cultural fields. Founded by Renato Montagner in 2000, the company works from their two offices in Venice and Milan.
Chris Yormick (New York City, NY) is an artist and designer who grew up outside of Washington D.C, where he cut his teeth on an unhealthy diet of skateboarding, graffiti and hardcore music. Commercial clients include  Skateboarder Magazine, éS Skateboard Footwear, Def Jam and Comme de Garcons. His painting and sculpture has been exhibited across the globe and featured in Juxtapoz Magazine.
David Trumpf (New York City, NY) was born in Saverne, France. He worked in a jail for a few years, then came to New York City in the 90’s to begin his career as a graphic designer and illustrator. Trumpf’s illustrations have been featured in Atlanta’s Design Museum, Feasthetic Magazine, Soda Magazine and in the 55DSL 2StepsBack exhibition and catalog. He is an amature road bike cyclist and is co-founder of “Chalet”, a magazine about cycling.
Eliana Perez (New York City, NY) is a Colombian-born artist living and working in NYC. She studied Fine Arts and Bookmaking at the Universidad Nacional in Colombia and at Cooper Union in NYC. Her drawings have been published in The NY Times and The NY Times Book Review and have been selected for multiple publications in the American Illustration annuals. Eliana is an associated artist of the Booklyn Artists Alliance, an artist-run collective dedicated to producing innovative artist books as an art form. In addition to private collections in Asia and The Americas, her work can be found in the libraries of the Museum of Modern Art, NYC and in numerous universities throughout the USA and in Germany.
Friends & Co. (Brooklyn, NY) began as a cut and sew line in 2006 by husband and wife team Michael Foronda and Sally Penn. After the birth of their first child, the line (which sold successfully at boutiques such as Nom de Guerre in NYC) transitioned to a collection of handmade toys made from simple, natural materials of traditional character and personal feel.
Geneviéve Gauckler (Paris, France) is an artist, illustrator and art director who is best known for her ever-evolving procession of lovable characters and technicolour digital mashes. Gauckler can look back on an accomplished career, having produced album art for Laurent Garnier, St. Germain, Dmitri from Paris, Beck, Pierre Henry and collaborated on films with directors Kuntzel & Deygas. Her illustrated characters have made a regular appearance at Colette in Paris and three books have been published about her work (in Japan by Gas Books and in France by Pyramyd). When she is not making art, Gauckler travels the world giving lectures, exhibiting work and obsessively taking photos to fuel her ever-expanding photomontages.
H Fredriksson (Brooklyn, NY) is a women's fashion collection designed with a sustainable conscious purpose. Creatively inspired by the dark psychology of Bergman Films and contemporary European painting, the collection has an air of melancholic beauty, drawn from the austere silhouettes of the Nordic landscape. H Fredriksson has been worn by Cameron Diaz, Alek Wek, Ana Matronic among other dedicated followers. The collection is manufactured in New York City using sustainable fabrics and production methods.
Hisham Bharoocha (Brooklyn, NY) is a multimedia artist who creates music, visual art, and photography. He has exhibited at D'Amelio Terras Gallery (NY), Vleeshal (The Netherlands), at Deitch Projects (NY), John Connelly Presents (NY), and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (NY). His work has been published in Art Forum, V, i-D, Flaunt and Tokion. A NY underground creative leader, Bharoocha is continually trying to bring together the visual art, music, and fashion communities for collaboration. He is well known in the underground music scene for being a founding member of the bands Lightning Bolt, Black Dice and Soft Circle. He recently collaborated with artist Doug Aitken for a sound performance at MoMA. He is also the musical director for the "Boadrum" series of drumming performances.
Holly Stevenson (Brooklyn, NY) is an artist living and working in New York City. She earned her BA from Pratt Institute and teaches design at Parsons School of Design. Selected clients and collaborators includes Almay, Arkitip, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Dazed and Confused, Nylon, Nylon Japan, Studio Voice Magazine, Nieves, Vice, Urban Outfitters, New York Times Magazine, Kaugummi Press, Neomu,, Esquire(Russia), Nous Vous Collective, Rallye Records, Hoss Records and Teen Vogue.
Ilan Katin (Zurich, Switzerland) is an artist specializing in drawings, live video performance and animation. His live performance work tests boundaries of the ‘here’ and ‘now’ by interaction with inanimate objects or live drawing as well as mixing and manipulating live and pre-recorded imagery. His drawings are a dialogue to the inner silence of the human body and external life experiences. Recent exhibitions have been at Moti Hasson and SUMI galleries in NYC. His work has been featured in Die Gestalten’s Pictoplasma book as well as in Los Logos, Dos Logos and Coast to Coast. He has curated live video collaborations at MonkeyTown in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and at BAPlab (Bushwick Arts Project) as well as at the Mapping Festival in Geneva, Switzerland.
Jacob Williams (Los Angeles, CA) makes day-glo psychedelic art that looks like a trip through a Disneyland ride on drugs. Exhibitions include “Nightmare of the Haunted Buddha” at the Diesel Denim Gallery, “The Art Parade” at Deitch Projects and his work was most recently included at the NY Staff Art Show at Phillips de Pury & Company in NYC. He was born in McArthur, California in 1975. Williams is a graduate student from the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
Jeff Lewis (Brooklyn, NY) is a contemporary abstract painter. He was born 1969 in La Grange, Illinois. He received his MFA at Parsons School of Design in 1995. Jeff has worked in various places of the world, from Zurich, Switzerland to Amedabhad, India. His work has been shown in galleries in London, Stockholm, Aspen, New York and Tennessee, among others. His work has been published in Christie’s South Kensington, Interior Design Magazine, Traditional Home and Architectural Digest.
Jesse Brown (Seattle, Washington) is a visual artist whose work is often an exploration in geometric forms, pattern and typography. His work has been exhibited at galleries in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Chicago, New York, Tokyo, Berlin, London and Paris.
Kiku Yamaguchi (Brooklyn, NY) is a artist and freelance designer who is in constant exploration of polar opposites; clean vs. weathered, modern vs. classic, digital vs. amorphic. She has exhibited with Lump Gallery (NC) and traveled for an array of mixed media projects with the art collective Barnstormers. Throughout the 90's and early 00's she specialized in music packaging for artists such as Mos Def, RJD2, Alicia Keys and Sonic Youth. Her design client roster also includes HBO, Nike (Japan), Warner Bros., Sony and Verve Records. She is currently working on projects for Netflix and Hulu.
Kim Songhe (Tokyo, Japan) hand-crafts sculptures, one-of-a-kind chandeliers and shop window installations with reusable wastes such as old books, waxed-over candles and discarded plush toys. Her clients and collaborators include Disney, Medicom Toy (Be@rbrick) and Silly Thing (HK). Her pieces are made to order and are regularly featured in print and online publications.
Machtgrafik (Zürich, Switzerland) is a motion design, art direction and illustration studio founded by Tanya Weiss. Their work has been featured in Design is Kinky’s annual publication, "Semi-Permanent" and has been screened in numerous Swiss galleries and film festivals.
Marc McAndrews (NYC, NY) grew up in Reading, PA. and has always had a wandering streak. Given his first camera, a Polaroid 600, by his grandmother when he was 5 yrs. old, he used it to pass the time during his family's long summer vacation drives. His love of photography and road trips joined forces when he bought his first conversion van on Ebay and used it to traverse the country photographing the American interior. During the course of these travels, Marc began his criticality acclaimed book project, "Nevada Rose: Inside the American Brothels". His work has been exhibited internationally and has been seen in such magazines as Time, Stern, Inc, Exit and Fortune Small Business. Marc has lectured at the Museum of Sex, Cooper Union, NY's International Center of Photography, Rutger's University, and the St. Mark's Bookstore in NYC.
Masayoshi Nakamura (Brooklyn, NY) aka Good General is an animation director and illustrator. Born in Nishinomiya Hyogo, Japan, he moved to New York City to study graphic design where he absorbed the city's rich culture: street art, graphic design, photography and music. Those influences lead him to focus on motion graphics where he is able to combine all of them into one art form. Since receiving a BFA at School of Visual Arts, his work has been celebrated by Stash Magazine, Annecy International Animated Film Festival, Japan Media Arts Festival and The Art Directors Club of New York.
Michi Luethi (Zürich, Switzerland) mainly creates artwork for Swiss Hip-Hop labels such as Nation Music and Muve Records. He has designed record covers for Gimma Black Tiger, Spooman from Dynamic Duo and others. Other clients include local Zürich nightclubs, event spaces, shops and artists. His work is heavily inspired by urban street art.
Mike Skinner (Brooklyn, NY) is a composer, producer and writer working with a wide cross section of New York’s art stars, indie rockers, noise bands, art filmmakers, fashion designers, video artists, and choreographers. He regularly tours the USA and Europe drumming for Kevin Devine and has created sound installations for PS1, Monkeytown, Southfirst Gallery, Alona Kagan, and Diapason Gallery. He has performed his “8 Track Attacks” (an experiment in multiple sound source ambient music) for and at PS1 MoMA. Mike was also a contributor to Visionaire’s Sound Edition.
Monica Valdivia (Zürich, Switzerland) has been a freelance designer and illustrator since 2004. She received her MFA in Major Art Teaching from Hochschule Luzernin, 2012 and her BFA in Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts in New York, 2003.
Nille Svensson (Stockholm, Sweden) is co-founder of design studio Sweden Graphics. Other projects include a book publishing company called Nille Editions, an online poster design shop called FormFront, and a collection of fine porcelain called Fake China.
OG Abel (Los Angeles, CA) is an artist who grew up in South Central, Los Angeles. He started doing graffiti in 1980 and took on the name “SfearOne” with the D.E.F. Crew (Doin Everything Fresh). Early on, he was introduced to the airbrush by Mister Cartoon, and the two traveled throughout the Lowrider circuit painting on t-shirts and cars. After retiring from street art, OG Abel created a hugely popular series of urban figurines called “Homies” and a clothing line carrying his name. His list of illustration clients include Sony, Coca Cola, Univision, ABC, Converse, General Motors, Osiris, Korn, P.O.D., Lowrider Magazine, Jesse James, Third Rail, and Tribal Streetwear.
Olivier Babinet (Paris, France) learned film direction by making fake dramas for radio, foto-novelas and short films with the members of his childhood punk-rock band in his native Strasbourg, France. At 18 years old, he began a career in advertising, and also continued making music with band members from "The Cons", who slowly followed him to Paris. At the age of 23, Olivier joined the agency Devarrieuxvillaret, where he worked on film projects, including the development of a Canal+ TV series called “Le Bidule”. Today, Babinet works as a writer and director for TV shows, commercials, music videos, short films and documentaries. Most recently, he directed the critically acclaimed feature films "Robert Mitchum Is Dead” (2011) and “Swagger” (2016).
Rashaad Newsome (New York City, NY) is part of a new generation of cutting edge installation artists who explore the poetics of sound, image and light through electronic media. His work integrates photography, sound, performance, and video to explore and question prevailing media representations of black culture in North America. A native of New Orleans where he received a BFA from Tulaine University, Newsome studied film and video in New York where he currently lives. His work has been exhibited internationally and was included in 2010 Whitney Biennial and The 2011 Venice Biennale. His work is also included in permanent collections at The Whitney Museum of American Art and The Brooklyn Museum, New York.
Rockers NYC (Brooklyn, NY) is a classic urban streetwear clothing company with a punk rock state of mind. They are an eclectic, special brand that combines a number of underground music style influences resulting in a visually stimulating look. Their signature aesthetic includes wild prints, vibrant color choices, and is an all-out celebration of multiculturalism.
Saga Widen (London, England) is a Swedish-born stylist and costume designer with 20 years of experience honed in both the fashion and film worlds. She was educated with a thorough grounding at the Swedish Academy of Tailors and Cutters, The Sorbonne (Paris), and at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design (London). After graduation, she won the international "BBC Visions" programme, which lead to employment at the BBC. There she trained with Oscar winning costume designer Jenny Beaven and Bafta winner Andrea Galer. Widen has designed for BBC dramas, films and television commercials and for high profile actresses. Her India ink illustrations, wonderful in their own right, have been featured in Graphic Magazine, used by fashion designer Effi Samara and exhibited internationally.
Seb Jarnot (Nîmes, France) is an artist, illustrator and art educator. His illustrations have been featured in books and magazines such as Sampler2, Graphic, Neo2, Hand to Eye, Übersee and Romantik. Commercial clients include Le Monde, The Financial Times,, Wieden+Kennedy (Nike), BBDO, Publicis, and Harper Collins. In 2004, a monograph of his works was published by Die Gestalten Verlag.  Jarnot has exhibited at Galerie Ph. Pannetier (Nîmes), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Magma Clerkenwell (London) and Galerie Adstore (Brussels).
SEEE (Harlem, USA) AKA “Star Electric Eighty Eight” was a limited edition t-shirt project founded by Creative Director Jennifer Garcia. It sold internationally from 2004–2008 and showcased wearable art fusing pop culture and politics. SEEE t-shirt designs were featured in "200% Cotton" (Helen Walters), “Street T Camisetas” (Monsa), “Protest T-shirts: Design from Cult Independents” (Graffito Books), The New York Times and on SEEE designs were included in a contemporary t-shirt exhibition at the Museum of Design, Atlanta in 2006.
Sneaky Raccoon (London, England) aka Anna Mullin is a graphic designer and illustrator who creates animal and nature inspired graphics. She works with non-profits, charities and a plethora of brands such as Heinz, Nike, BBC, Kidrobot and Royal Mail.
Sportsday Megaphone (London, England) is a band who’s influences include the colour spectrum, young lust, Los Angeles, Elephant & Castle, sushi, walkie talkies, George, Casio, Brighton, particle physics and Joy Of Knowledge books. Founded by Hugh Frost, the band was an excuse to create artwork free of client constraints with no commercial pressure. Since recording an EP under the same name in 2006 and getting signed to small record label (Sunday Best) Hugh’s focus has shifted to finding out what might be achieved when producing the audio and visuals at the same time as an album takes shape rather than imposing visuals to a pre-existing set of recordings.
Superette (Zürich, Switzerland) is a moniker for Peter Kienzle doing art direction, graphic design and illustration. With Rie Takeuchi, Superette published the urban life magazine, "Bonus". Past clients include Adidas, Blackbook, Yoko Devereaux, BOSS, Criterion, Diesel, Nieves, Levi's, Lodown, Mazda, NASA, Neomu, Nike, No.12 Gallery, Nokia, Sony Japan, Rocket Gallery, UNIQLO, VANS, Lodown, Streetwear Today, Bread & Butter.
Thundercut (Beacon, NY) is the creative outlet of graphic designers Kalene Rivers and Daniel Weise. Their diverse resume includes street art installations, gallery exhibitions, publishing projects, hired design work, art festival production and even a strawberry shortcake stand at Coney Island. They have exhibited with Wooster Collective and work from Open Space, a studio/gallery which aims to showcase works by influencers and tastemakers from the Subculture Contemporary art movement.
Tine Lundsfryd (Brooklyn, NY) is an abstract painter working with grids, geometric shapes and ornaments. From a depiction of a crowded space, to inner thought processes, as well as the construction of a substance or idea, her paintings become metaphors for perceptions of the world. Born in 1964 in Nykóbing, Denmark, she studied under the artist Carsten Dinnsen, while attending courses at the Anthroposophical Society in Copenhagen. She later earned an MFA at Parsons School of Design. She has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Cultural Award from the American Scandinavian Society. Her work has been exhibited in NY by Lori Bookstein Fine Art, Artpage, Diamantina, the National Academy, Sideshow Gallery, the Artist’s Space and A.I.R and in Italy by Monte Castello di Vibio.
Tobias Zarius (Paris, France) is a photographer from Dusseldorf, Germany. Since 1998 he has focused his attention on shooting beauty, fashion and children. Clients include Mademoiselle, Milk Magazine, Cookie, Purple, Zoo, Technikart, WAD, Citizen K, Givenchy, Aveda, Sephora, Aveda, and Yves Rocher. His work has appeared in several photography exhibitions in Paris and New York. His campaigns have garnered various awards from the prestigious Art Director’s Club in Paris.
Yoh Nagao (Berlin, Germany) Yoh Nagao is a pop collage artist who has been based in Berlin since 2012. He has exhibited at Scope Art Fair (Miami), Pick Me Up Contemporary Graphic Art Fair (London) and at International Poster Triennial (Toyama). His works has been published in Lowdown (Germany), Dazed and Confused (England), and DPI (Taiwan). Awards include the Uniqlo Creative Award (Japan, 2005) and honorable mention at the ARTAQ Urban Art competition (France, 2001).
Brendan Ravenhill (Los Angeles, California) specializes in furniture, lighting and interior design. His work is inspired by the functional beauty of tools and wooden boats, objects that balance form, function and materials. He has licensed products with companies such as Areaware and Loll Designs. He also distributes his own line of products manufactured in Los Angeles, including the Cord Lamp and Angle Stool. He is currently working on a new trash can design.
Brian Balderston (Brooklyn, NY) is an artist and curator living in the inter-zone of Williamsburg / Bushwick. Balderston has developed a multi and mixed media process that marries conceptual principles with aesthetic concerns. His work has been featured in exhibitions in galleries and museums across the U.S. and Holland. Dating back to his days as a member of the D.C.-based collective Decatur Blue, Balderston has been involved in curating and producing critically acclaimed art exhibitions and events outside of the commercial gallery model for over a decade. He is currently one of the principals of the Brooklyn-based artist initiative Present Company.
Chen Chen & Kai (Brooklyn, NY) are a design studio that explores materials and new ways to use them. The studio invents new techniques and materials or diverts common industrial supplies to off-label applications. Past clients include Whitney Museum, Gagosian, Kvadrat and Mission Chinese Food. Presentations of their work have been held at the Museum of Art and Design (USA) and the Venice Architecture Biennale (Italy). Manufacturing clients include Tai Ping Carpets, Areaware and Good Thing.
Christian Calabro (Zürich/NYC) is a collage artist who has exhibited at Scope Art Fair (Miami/Basel), Kirk Gallery (Denmark), The Collector's Show Grand Rapids (USA), TartArt in Zurich (Switzerland) and ACME Brooklyn (USA). His work has been published in Hifructose (USA), Schweizerisches Kunstbulletin (Switzerland),, 20minuten (Switzerland), SRF (Switzerland).
David Weeks (New York City, NY) is one of America’s leading industrial designers. His innovative lighting, furniture, household products and toys are installed in high-profile locations throughout the world. The 2013 opening of the Tribeca storefront—one part gallery, one part creative lab—provided the opportunity to showcase the full breadth of the studio’s collaborations and capabilities—from high-concept light installations and angular, asymmetrical sofas to more experimental offerings. In 2007, he was nominated for the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for the second time. In April 2006, Weeks made his second appearance in the Metropolitan Home Design 100. In 2005, he was invited to judge I.D. Magazine’s Annual Design Review, and in 2004, he was one of seven designers chosen to represent New York at Berlin’s 7+7 Designmai exhibit. Weeks was also featured in the 2003 Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now.
Fabian Bedolla (Brooklyn, NY) is a Brooklyn-based architect with residential, commercial, and institutional experience. He is the Director of Design and Construction for the 14+ Foundation, a NYC-based non-profit organization committed to develop, build and operate schools and orphanages in rural African communities. He is a registered architect with NY State and graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University.
Fort Standard (Brooklyn, NY) was founded in 2011 by Gregory Buntain and Ian Collins. Focusing on domestic products and furniture, their attention to detail, materials and connections generate value through design– executed in a “warm-contemporary”aesthetic. The duo has secured coveted floor space for several furniture pieces in Soho’s Matter show room, designed Swedish out-door brand Fjallraven’s Soho retail store and exhibited work at the Museum of Arts & Design. Fort Standard has been featured in Dwell, Details, InStyle, The New York Times and on the cover Surface Magazine.
Iacoli & McAllister (Seattle, Washington) are a Seattle based design studio offering a furniture, lighting and object product line. Rather than being concerned with innovation, they strive to perfect their craft, using US manufacturing to create pieces that embody an ethos of beauty, quality and style. Their work has been featured in Sight Unseen, Dossier, The New York Times, NYT Style, Fast Company, Vogue Home, Architectural Digest, LINDA, as well as on Core77, Design Boom, Apartment Therapy and Daily Candy.
Jennifer Garcia (Long Island City, NY) is a multi-disciplinary Creative Director whose work has been exhibited at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York City and the Museum of Design, Atlanta. In addition to her graphics work, she is Director of We-Are-Familia, an art and design collective with over 50 members who exhibit internationally.
Joe Doucet (NYC, NY) is a designer, inventor, artist and auteur. His work deftly hybridizes function and visual appeal while conveying layers of meaning and message. Being driven by an insatiable curiosity, he believes that design and, more importantly, a designer’s thought process can play a larger role in innovation and problem solving, as well as aesthetics, whether that be for brands, their product portfolios or for a broader social context. His portfolio therefore encompasses furniture, consumer electronics, corporate identity, jewelry, fashion, technology, children’s toys, environments and architecture, delivering innovation across a variety of industries.
Kiel Mead (Brooklyn, NY) was born and raised in the midwest but relocated to Brooklyn, NY, where he began to recognize changes in his perception and appreciation of objects through nostalgic imprints from his childhood. From nondescript items such as matchsticks, car keys and previously chewed gum, Kiel fashions objects of desire. His approach to accessory design is both remarkable and unexpected. Mead’s innovative designs have been featured in magazines, museum exhibitions and a myriad of websites. He is also director of American Design Club, a platform for creative brands to show, share and sell their work.
Nightwood (Brooklyn, NY) is a furniture, textile and interior design studio founded in 2003. Old things, primitive practices, creative reuse and natural materials are inspirations. All products are hand crafted by founders Nadia Yaron and Ry Scruggs and their artisanal process of creation is infused in every piece.
Patrick Townsend (Long Island City, NY) specializes in millwork, furniture, and lighting. The studio creates custom pieces and products that combine meticulous craftsmanship with an extensive knowledge of the latest design and fabrication technology. Clients include Partners and Spade, Warby Parker, Steven Alan, Chanel, Patagonia, Proenza Schouler, Me + Ro, numerous restaurants in New York City and Washington, DC.
Silva Bradshaw (Brooklyn, NY) is a multi-disciplinary design studio founded in 2010 by artist/designers Matthew Bradshaw and Sergio Silva. Long time collaborators, whom met while studying Industrial Design at New York’s Pratt Institute and Denmark’s Designskol in Copenhagen Denmark. From their studio in Brooklyn, NY, they design and produce conceptually driven objects, informed by a shared passion for technology and materials. Current projects include the design and branding of a restaurant, furniture for the American design brand Mattermade as well as a new line of jewelry. Silva Bradshaw has exhibited at Matter (NYC), Triod Gallery (Paris) and the Museum of Art and Design (NYC). Their work has been featured in Wallpaper as ‘Top Ten Most Wanted Designers’, the Boston Globe and Surface Magazine.
Steph Mantis (Brooklyn, NY) is a designer, educator, and creative consultant. Her work focuses on creating products that add a sense of play and humor to everyday objects.
UM Project (Brooklyn, NY) stands for Users and Makers Project, because furniture conveys the passion of its makers as it is brought to life by users. Their work borrows cues from industry and craft, creating pieces that transcend the qualities of both the handmade and the mass-produced. The UM Project Collection features “ready-to-wear” furniture sold in select design stores and online retailers including ABC Home, Luminaire, Propeller, 2Modern and UM Project has been featured in many notable magazines and blogs including Interior Design, Core77, Architectural Digest, Surface, Mocoloco, Elle Decoration, Monocle, Icon and