THE STREET ARTISTS
Alec Monopoly is a pseudonymous American street artist, graffiti artist, and painter. He is known for his satirical spins using the Monopoly man, which was originally inspired by the stockbroker Bernie Madoff. His work was part of the Art Basel Miami Beach and he's been commissioned by many people including the likes of Adrian Brody.
Taking back the Humanity stolen from our minds by social manipulation and planting seed of positivity through art and consciousness.
The daughter of a civil rights activist, Lydiaemily is a painter and muralist whose issues of justice and social equality run through her blood. Inspired by a life-long desire to “bring fire to the people”, Lydiaemily creates art because of a profound and sincere feeling of obligation to humanity. In 2012, Lydiaemily founded The Karma Underground (TKU), a not for profit organization whose goal is to one day see a Tibet free from Chinese oppression. Her work has been featured at gallery shows in Milan, Berlin, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Washington DC, and San Francisco.
Teacher is a working artist who does commissioned paintings for private collectors as well as corporate clients. He was the first artist to work on a painting in the Pentagon and also the first artist to work on a painting at the US State Department. He was also an Empowerment Works' Artist in Action in Zimbabwe.
Shepard Fairey is a street artist, graphic designer activist and illustrator who emerged from the skateboarding scene. He first became known for his "Andre the Giant Has a Posse" sticker campaign. He became widely known during the 2008 U.S. presidential election for his Barack Obama "Hope" poster.