LEOPOLD P. MAARTEN (born 1979) is an Austrian artist, born in Innsbruck, for over 20 years he working in Germany
He started painting in 1999 and in 2001 he exhibited in his first exhibition as part of a group of modern artists in Munich
He was captivated by the charm of the city of Munich and opened his own studio in the city
He creates his own paint, from special pigments he produces, the main motif in his works is the bright red color , "red is powerful color, the viewer's brain unconsciously (or completely consciously) connects it to blood, the sign of life and death, it connects to the primordial instinct in our brain that wants to go hunting, and prove That we are merely domesticated predators "
The artist's works are in private collections in Switzerland, France, Germany, Israel, Austria, Italy and Belgium
James Adams (Born 1994) is a British artist, working in London ,Tel Aviv and New York, his artistic style is inspired by pop culture and street art
His works are displayed in galleries and exhibitions around the world
exclusively Represented at the NOVIA Art Gallery in Israel, And at the Robinson Gallery in Liverpool, UK
U.C. (born 1989) is an American Street artist, as a child his family immigrated from China to the United States
His artworks try to express the lives of the immigrants, those who have abandoned their country, but not their culture, and try to live in harmony with the culture in their new country
he combines "classic" Chinese art styles with contemporary American pop culture ,In the last few years he has been creating sculptures, usually in the traditional way (like wood carving or clay) of Chinese gods and heroes, which he paints in bright neon colors influenced by Roy Lichtenstein's pop style.
LILI KOBO (born 1992) is a French street artist, work mainly in Paris
His family immigrated to France before he was born, he grew up in the "ghetto" neighborhood of Paris, He says that when he was young, the only thing boys like him could do was a graffiti or break something.
He developed his style under the influence of other French street artists, like Blek Le Rat
Most of his works deal with politics, the culture of Muslim immigrants in Europe, and the hatred that exists between the "locals" and the immigrants