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  • Andreas Fränzl
    Andreas Fränzl Vienna, Austria

    Andi Fränzl, is mainly known as leadsinger of vocal groove project Bauchklang (BAUCHKLANG), Dj and curator at St.Pölten art scene – and art community LAMES (LAMES) and Festspielhaus St.Pölten (Café Publik) and more. Fraenzl studied graphic design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and has been working in the art scene for many years. He designed numerous flyers, posters and record covers. He also created special illustrations, paintings and drawings as well as personal notes and sketches.

  • ANIS
    ANIS Chile, Abusa Crew

    Anis is born 1988 in Santiago. She is an artist and illustrator based in Valparaiso. iOnArt invited her to Vienna to fight together against FGM. She is known for her colourful women with big eyes. Her comic style pieces are in connection with canvas, murals, Graffiti and urban art.

  • Anthony Lister
    Anthony Lister Brisbane, Australia

    Anthony Lister is a pioneer of street art movement Australia. In his opinion, he is a freedom fighter aka time traveller. Lister began painting on the streets at the age of 17 and never stoped. He studied at the Queensland College of Art. His scrawling, figurative style employs charcoal, acrylic, spray paint, and oil. He has also collaborated with many well-known artists and personalities including Blek le Rat, Space Invader, Mark „Chopper“ Reid, Nick Cave and many more. Noted as one of the top 50 most collectable Australian artists, Lister’s work for example are included in the collections of National Gallery of Australia. The first rule of painting is to take everyone else out of the equation, he has said. „I am the viewer, so I don`t underestimate my viewers. They see everything and I just have to assume that they are me. I can`t paint for anyone else.“

  • Anya Mielniczek
    Anya Mielniczek Canada

    Born in 1990, Anya Mielniczek is a Toronto based Polish-Canadian artist who grew up between the city in Canada and the country sides of Poland. As a mixed-media artist, her work explores combinations of both fine art and street dirt mediums.

    Mielniczek takes easily discarded materials such as plastic bags and candy wrappers adding value to what otherwise is considered trash, while drawing attention to our consumeristic tendencies and the implications this has on our environment. Inspired by waste, moody images and the treatment of our natural resources her pieces are emotionally charged, experimental and responsive to the time and place she’s creating in. The artist’s work is both figurative and representational, compiled of layers, textures, and the energy felt in unaltered lines. Decidedly playing between a real and fantastical aesthetic forming a greater narrative pertinent to environmental change –informing herself as well as viewers, of the obstacles our finite world faces in light of our hyper consumption.

    Having graduated from Queen’s University in 2012 with a BFAH, Mielniczek completed a year long fellowship with The Living Arts Centre in Mississauga in 2014 and most recently was an artist in residence for a 9 week duration at INSTINC Studios in Singapore, 2016.

  • Bauchklang – Vocal Groove Project 
    Bauchklang – Vocal Groove Project  Austria

    BAUCHKLANG (literally „belly sound“) is a five-piece „vocal groove collective“ from Austria. With a unique mixture of human beatboxing, mouthpercussions and vocal sounds, they are covering a musical landscape stretching from Electro over Minimal, to Dub and Hip Hop, using only their voices on the way.  Formed in 1995, Bauchklang released their debut album „Jamzero“ in 2001. Not only the support from the Austrians (Bauchklang won 2 Amadeus Awards for „Best Album“ and the „FM4 Award“ in 2002) this album also brought them to the renowned international Festival „Transmusicales de Rennes“ in France. 

  • Boicut
    Boicut Vienna

    from Austria, lives and works in Vienna. He has big influences and has been inspired by skateboard graphics and popular culture. His work is intuitive and illustrative. Boicut passion combines impulsive lines and shapes.

  • Cario
    Cario Germany

    Cario aka Andreas Timm has been an active graffiti writer in the Hamburg scene since 1988 under the name Cario. From 1992 to 1999 he was editor of one of the first graffiti magazines in Hamburg called Daily Bombs. For many years he was a member of the team of Backspin magazine and also contributed to the book „Eine Stadt wird bunt“.

  • Chris Noelle aka TOFA Linz, Austria

    A creator whose interdisciplinary talent easily breaks with the common rules of a single jobdescription – his story is quiet outstanding from others and reads itself more like a myth: from a former bike-pro career in the 90s,- Chris Noelle merged all his knowledge into media related art, today working under the moniker TOFA. A complex artistic way of life. Chris has teached filmediting and crossmedia-design at different Universities, showcased his work at TedEx, Ars Electronica and appeard in magazines like Vogue, Fastcompany, IdN, Art Magazin, Men´s Health, Page and StreetwearToday and companies such as Diesel, Lacoste, Red Bull, Microsoft, Sony, Carhartt, Carlsberg, Warsteiner and Converse have booked his creativity for exhibitions and campaigns. Chris also spreads his knowledge by lightpainting workshops and tutorial series and he is Austrias embassador of the Light Painting World Alliance (LPWA).

  • Cix aka Antonio Triana
    Cix aka Antonio Triana Mugre Crew, Mexico

  • Claudia Kragulj
    Claudia Kragulj Austria

    Claudia was born in Vienna in 1972 and studied cultural and social anthropology and Art history in Vienna and Utrecht (1990-99). At the University of Applied Arts Vienna I completed the postgraduate course “ecm – Exhibition and Cultural Communication Management” (2006-08), which deals with exhibition theory,

    and practice. With the master thesis “Decolonizing the museum – strategies for a critical examination of ethnographic narratives” she completed the ecm training. With the topic “Post/colonial gaze, gaze regimes and gaze direction – aspects of the decolonization of the gaze in contemporary art” she finished my studies “Art and communicative practice as well as design, architecture and environment” at the same university in 2016.

    From 1999-2014 she worked at KulturKontakt Austria and was there for seven years in the field cultural mediation. Since December 2014 she has been doing practical art education at a grammar school in Mödling or working as a freelance art and culture mediator.

    Furthermore, by the side she is an initiator of the Gumpoldskirchner Kunstkreis and member of the association for Cultural mediators and intAct. Her work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Armenia.


    The style of the work is a collage built in a way similar to newspaper or magazine clippings. Each fragment belongs to a different style, influence or epoch, inspired by everything classical and arcade. Nostalgia, retrofuturism, classic American comics, pop art, and Memphis design are the attributes that define the work. The new with the old, the classic and the modern.

  • David Leitner
    David Leitner El Salvador

    David leitner is a visual artist from austria, currently based in vienna.

  • DJ Maseo De la Soul
    DJ Maseo De la Soul Brooklyn – NY – USA

    Producer / DJ / part-time MC Vincent Mason a.k.a Maseo a.k.a Plug 3 from Brooklyn, NY and is a HipHop legend of De La Soul. Therefore, he was a founding member of HipHop history.

    They helped numerous other important acts in HipHop as they introduced to the world Mos Def, a Tribe Called Quest and were the first major act to work with deceased hiphop icon J-Dilla on a major single.

  • Dru Blair
    Dru Blair USA

    Dru Blair grew up in Columbia, S.C. He is photorealist airbrush artist and instructor. While his works are mostly, shirt-, high technology helicopter and airplane paintings, he has also been selected to portray many Star Trek novel covers, as well as such diverse subjects as the well known Budweiser Bullfrogs, and dozens of magazine covers. In 1988 he won the National Airbrush Excellence Award.

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  • DXTR
    DXTR The Weird Crew, Berlin (GER)

    DXTR started painting graffiti in ’99 and is an artist and freelance illustrator, currently living in Berlin/Germany. He worked with clients such as Amnesty International, Art Directors Club, Nike, Wired Magazine and Patagonia among many others and exhibited in cities like Berlin, Hamburg, New York, Washington, Detroit, Boston, Vienna, Rome and Shanghai. In September 2011 he founded the art collective THE WEIRD together with his friends, a group of 10 urban artists spread over Europe and focussing on large scale muralism.

  • El Lasso
    El Lasso Vienna, Austria

    Doodling and drawing has always been a passion of mine. Even today I recognize every page of my old school books based on my drawings around texts and images, including those pages where my my mind just wandered somerwhere else.During a trip to Germany at the age of twelve I became aware of graffiti. I started to invest my money in spray cans. Then I redesigned the garage of my parents as well as other sorts of things. Years later I painted a lot on the legal walls in Vienna. That’s when I met other painters and became a member of the Graffiticrew !Bande!, followed by exhibitions and graffiti assignments. In addition to graffiti, I also made a name for myself in art actions in street art in Vienna. Because of my carpentry apprenticeship I was able to combine a lot in terms of craftsmanship and art. My pictures are shaped by all kinds of situations and thoughts in my life. I try to use my pictures to handle things that concern myself. Refering to nature is important to me personally and also in my work. In addition, I spend a lot of time with sports (skateboarding, snowboarding, climbing and surfing). In sports you can experience a lot, which is also reflected in my work.

  • Farbenkind
    Farbenkind Vienna, Austria

    Currently I am studying graphic design and advertising and the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Moreover I also do freelance work as an illustrator and graphic designer.

    I am passionate about creating, old & weird things , fleamarkets, plants and coffee. My love for drawing and creative work has always been there “ I am basically drawing since I can remember. Dedicating my life to creativity and art was probably the best decision I`ve ever made, even if I am not sure where this will lead me. But I know that drawing and painting is what I really enjoy right now, where I can express myself or just create some random funny stuff.

  • Farid Rueda
    Farid Rueda Mexico

    Farid Rueda, a Mexican street artist, combines graffiti with

    Mexican popular culture and history. He is best known for his murals and large-scale works.

    Rueda was born in Morelos, which officially bears the title of the Free and Sovereign State of Morelos.

    He attended the famous ENAP – Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas or National School of Fine Arts.

    Although he learned a lot during his studies at this college, Rueda eventually decided that he was not satisfied with ENAP’s programme and made the tough decision to leave without graduating. Together with artist Seher, he began his career as a street artist. Inspired by artists such as John Baizley, Stuntkid, James Jean, Alphonse Mucha, Gustav Klimt and José de Ribera, he continues to find inspiration in various styles and moments in art history.

    Rueda’s work is full of subtle references to Mexican culture and heritage. But hey- make up your own mind….

  • Fefe Talavera
    Fefe Talavera Brazilian, São Paulo/ Mexican

    Born in 1979 Fefe was brought up as a native half Mexican, half Brazilian in São Paulo.

    Interested in all kind of underground movements, the typical and unique stylistic freedom of the internationally renowned Street Art and Graffiti scene of her hometown made an important impression on the artist. Fefe Talavera`s monster paintings are metaphors for strong and subconscious human emotions like anger, fear, dreams or desire. Inspired by the darkness and the light innate in the dualistic world we inhabit, the colourful fantastic beasts which she connects with the dark side of her inner self stand for the artist`s cultural roots as well as the primary and powerful energy of her work in the streets all over the world and the light she finds in the darkness. Fefe, who is influenced by Mayan or Aztec mythologies and her Mexican heritage, is most well known for her monsters made of cut out letters from concert announcement posters found all around the streets. The glued collage like figures are related to the artist`s admiration for typography, books and prints, but also to her will to somehow free the letters from their fixed meaning as words, sentences or texts, by showing their formal qualities as well as by reminding us that all kind of language is rooted in the direct expression of human affects, not in the function to command them.

  • Fio Silva
    Fio Silva Argentine

    Fio Silva is an Argentinian artist and muralist born in Buenos Aires. Her dynamic and organic-looking figures and works are influenced by nature, time and power in combination with animals and elements.

  • Flix
    Flix El Salvador

    Venezuelan Rafael Fernandez, aka Flix, was born in 1976. His geometrical colourful shapes has an evident Aztec influence. His precised, distinct style of transforming objects, walls and places into strong geometrical colourful art are influenced by an evident Aztec culture. He has been active for years on his local streets, and has created many stunning street art projects using a wide range of techniques. Flix’s first experience with street art began in 2003. Surrounded by an atmosphere of sadness and rejection due to the war, he decided to create some stickers with messages against the Iraq conflict and others for peace. He also created stencils in different sizes to emphasise his message. The choice of colours reflect the Venezuelan flag.

  • Franka Rothaug
    Franka Rothaug Mexico

    Austrian based artist Franka Rothaug likes to paint all kinds of animals, humans included. Working mostly with oil on canvas, but also wood, walls or cardboard she can  zoom into surreal stories. Next to painting she takes detours into illustration, design and performance. A common ground is that each work is based on a story that wanted to be told.

    (197) Living Studio 2019 Interview 9/15 – Franka Rothaug – Jan Arnold Gallery Vienna – YouTube

  • Frau Isa
    Frau Isa Vienna, Austria

    Frau Isa is working as an artist and illustrator in Vienna, Austria. She loves to paint in many different ways like oil, acrylics, digital-media or graffiti to create canvases, walls and other things into fairy-tales… Her works have a nostalgia touch and are influenced by her life . She is a tough and an optimistic woman and masters her life with her husband Oliver. Beside they have together a small company called WaldundSchwert  for  illustration and graphic design.

  • Fresh Max
    Fresh Max Austria

    Saim Aka Fresh Max from  Austria. He started with kind of photo realism artworks, in combination with „Chinese comic collages“. Nowadays he finds his inspiration in black and white psychedelic lines.

  • Fulvio Capurso
    Fulvio Capurso El Salvador

    Fulvio Capurso from Montevideo (Uruguay) is currently living in Lisbon, Portugal. He is known for his enchanting fairytale objects, drawings and paintings in pastel tones. Explore the streets and rooftops and maybe you will discover one of his works.

    GAMZE YALCIN Germany

    Shamanism, colourful, wild, dancing and cheeky…

    is what distinguishes the studied fashion designer.

    Visual worlds in which beings of different nature and cultures are combined with shamanism as well as spiritual worlds. Her enchanting works of art include murals and canvases as well as magical masks.

    GODMESS Portugal

    is a multidisciplinary artist devoted to: Illustration, Graphic Design, Painting Sculpting, Urban Art, among others. The young artist seeks for diversity in his work, as shown on the great range of subjects and expression media he uses. His attention to detail is the key to his inspiration which comes from is experiences and histories of people around him.

    GODMESS „pieces of a bigger story“ – YouTube

    „Pinta a tua sarjeta“ orientado por GODMESS – YouTube

  • Guido Palmadessa
    Guido Palmadessa Argentina

    Street Artist formed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and based in Berlin, Germany since 2018.  He develops painting, drawing, and mural, going from oills on linen, mixed media on paper, to large-scale public projects. Focused in the social component of art, he works in diffrent contexts over the world painting with his project „Migrant Dreams“. Raised in the street art generation and having an academic formation (U.N.A / BS.AS), his style is a mix of symbolic languages, imagination, and social realism – all about human condition-. He sees the world through painting, doing it everywhere, and considers art as a bridge that communicates people and creates community.

  • HNRX
    HNRX Innsbruck, Austria









  • HRVB
    HRVB The Weird Crew- Berlin, Germany

    I’m a freelance illustrator and graffiti artist located in Berlin. I’ve worked professionally since 2009 for several multifaceted projects, and my focus is on character design. These have earned her recognition including selection for ‘Best of British Illustration’, exhibition in London’s Saatchi Gallery and a client list spanning fashion, consumer and media brands.

  • Illunis
    Illunis Tlaxiaco Oaxaca, Mexico

    Inspired by the art and writing of our eras, Austrian artist Illunis combines street art with calligraphy and painting. Using text and symbolism, she creates images that can often be seen as ornamental, but also invite the viewer to observe and interpret them.


    Copenhagen based artist JACOBA, wants to make a positive contribution to society with her works and art. Her view is,- connectedness allows to get a better understanding of oneself, others and thus change bring about change. Exchange. The interaction of nature and man is her concern and transports this in her themes of the artworks. To approach/get closer and try to understand is the motto – „Basically we are all the same“.

    She painted her first mural when she lived in the US at the age of 18. Since then she has completed over 40 murals on four continents.

  • Janinski
    Janinski Vienna, Austria

    Janinski is an illustrator and designer based in Vienna. Her illustrations are playful and cartoony, mostly a mix of analog and digital drawing. Beside designing all kind of illustration related printed matters, such as packaging design or posters she also does window and wall paintings for shops and performative visuals at events (live drawing).

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  • Jelena Fleck
    Jelena Fleck Vienna, Austria/ Serbian

    Jelena Fleck is a serbian artist, educated in Italy and now based in Vienna. Her colorful and very detailed motifs can be found on walls  as graffitis or as artworks on canvas or even shoes. Unique and handpainted items from Vienna, wearable art, that can also be customized.

  • Jerson Jiménez 
    Jerson Jiménez  Vienna, Austria

    born in 1970 in the Dominican Republica. First exhibition in 1987 in the Dominican Republica. First trip to Europe in 1991 resident in Vienna. Since 1998 teaching as adjunct professor for sports at the University of Vienna.

    Member of the Austrian aggregation of interests for fine arts (IG Bildende Kunst Österreich).

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  • JUMU Monster
    JUMU Monster Germany


  • Katharina Löffelmann
    Katharina Löffelmann City Crime- Vienna, Austria

    I’m basically addicted to making things look nice. Digital, analog, small or large-scale, I love finding shapes and styles that communicate in the right way.
    Also I love painting walls with big letters.
    PS: Unfuck the world

  • Loomit Munich, Germany

    Graffiti crossed his life by the age of 14, meaning fun in the first place, but later on an obsession in painting. Big wall productions became the ultimative media in combining „style“, meaning lettering, with things that are all around him.

  • Los Metzicans
    Los Metzicans Mexico

    A collective called metzican, conformed by 3 mexican culture lovers, they firmly believe in Mexican culture and that is why all efforts are focused on rescuing, diffusing and strengthening Mexican roots through murals.

    One of the ideals is to bring art closer to society and integrate it into the recovery of spaces. The streets are a great medium for communication between society and the message they are trying to spread, with this seeks to generate in people an interest in Mexican culture and art in general.

    (190) Art for Estates: Los Metzican – YouTube

  • Mafia Tabak
    Mafia Tabak Austria

    Mafia Tabak from Austria

  • Manfred Baumann
    Manfred Baumann Vienna

    Over the past few years, Viennese photographer Manfred Baumann has become one of the most influential photographers of his time. His passion for photography began as a child at the age of 10 when his grandfather gave him his first camera a PRAKTIKA.

  • Manfred Kielnhofer
    Manfred Kielnhofer Tlaxiaco Oaxaca, Mexico

    Manfred Kielnhofer is an Austrian painter, sculptor and photographer.

    He attended the University of Applied Sciences in Linz, where he graduated in 1995. He was engaged in technology and design and art in construction led him to his special kind of art. Since 2000 he lives as a freelance artist in Linz. In 2005 he opened the gallery „Artpark“ in Linz.

    Kielnhofer’s best known work is „Guardians of Time“.

  • Manuel Murel
    Manuel Murel Vienna, Austria

    Manuel Murel is an artist who grew up in France and is know living and working in Vienna. He found his first influence in street art and Graffiti. Whit his miscellaneous Works the artist try to reinvent oneself constantly. This is also the message in many of his works: To escape from the everyday routine. Manuel Murel is also working as a performance artist. Inspired by Magicians and clowns he uses paint or the light painting technique to amaze the audience. He has been studying at the academy of fine arts Vienna since 2014.

  • Marnie Feuerriegel
    Marnie Feuerriegel Berlin

    Marnie Feuerriegel is a Berlin based visual artist and illustrator from Australia

    Born in Tropical North Queensland, Marnie grew up surrounded by rainforest and reef. During this period she spent time living in the Daintree Rainforest. From a young age she felt a deep connection with nature, the life it is capable of sustaining and it’s striking fragility. Her creative work reflects the delicate state of the natural world, human interaction and the balance needed between the two in order to live in harmony.

  • Martin Krammer Vienna

    Illustrator and graphic-designer in vienna with pecific interests in wimmelbooks, Archaeology, traveling, labyrinths and ornaments.

    more about Martin Krammer


  • Martin Krusche
    Martin Krusche Berlin, Germany

    Hello, I’m Martin Krusche and an illustrator and artist

  • Martin Tardy
    Martin Tardy Vienna, Austria

    Martin Tardy was born 1992 in Vienna/Austria as the son of a French mother and an Austrian father. Due to the separation of his parents, he grew up living partially in Marseille / France, in Vienna / Austria and with 11 years even for one year in Abuja / Nigeria, where his french grandfather lives and works as an independent architect. He started drawing passionately with the age of 3 and never stopped ever since. Drawing became an essential part of his daily life and throughout the years he developed more and more his skills and therefore his personal style! Martin has to be considered as self-taught, which includes the intensive study of all kinds of anatomic books in order to get a better understanding of the structure of the human body, as well as several books about drawing techniques used for art. Since about 10 years he is very much attached to make drawings based on just one line. What started only as a sketching technique, turned slowly but surely into his personal style and therefore his appearance in the art scene! He gained high popularity on Instagram, where one of his videos went viral with about

    10 million views, showing him drawing with both hands asynchronously!

  • Mehsos
    Mehsos Belgium

    Mehsos is a Belgian based street artist with deep roots in the graffiti scene. A few years ago, he started his search for new ways to expressing himself with Spraycans and started what he calls an „evolution of style“: he paints faces consisting of emotions.

    However, Mehsos does not paint the face for what it is. His goal is to send only the emotions to the recipients. The face is the medium to convey it. Mehsos therefore often uses human and animal faces as models and then draws from them.

    He paints his portraits all over the world. During his last big tour through Europe he also stopped in Vienna.

  • Miss Led
    Miss Led London

    Miss Led aka Joanna Henly is an artist and illustrator based in East London. She is known for obsessively detailed and lushly rendered pieces across a wide range of media and scale including paper, canvas, murals, installation and digital.

    These have earned her recognition including selection for ‘Best of British Illustration’, exhibition in London’s Saatchi Gallery and a client list spanning fashion, consumer and media brands.

    MOITZ Vienna, Austria

    The young Viennese artist Moiz studies at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. For about two years he has been working with calligraphy and typography. His minimalist style is characterized by forms and the frequent use of black and white. His calligraphic lines are freely interpretable and have no closer meaning. They spring up from his pure imagination.

  • Mr. Cenz
    Mr. Cenz London

    Mr Cenz has been scribbling on surfaces since 1988 when he first discovered hip-hop culture and graffiti art. He soon became obsessed with this new and exciting art form and after a few brushes with the law he decided to find ways of developing his skills legally. Since his first commissioned mural at 11yrs old he has continued progressing and experimenting with his art through college and University. This has led to a career as a professional graffiti artist with several solo shows and high profile commissions internationally.

    His distinctive work can currently be seen all over the streets of the world, especially in his hometown of London. It features layers of intricate and flowing letterforms, shapes and line work, which are abstracted in a unique and aesthetically pleasing way. His style is full of funk and movement and fuses different skills together such as photorealism, illustration and graffiti letterforms. His work is open to individual interpretation and has been described as “surrealist graffiti art for the soul”. He works hard to make sure each piece he creates is very individual and distinctive in its quality. His influences range from the old school graffiti artists that inspired him as a kid such as Dondi and Mode 2 to abstract expressionist painters like Paul Klee and Roger Hilton.

    His new work focuses on female faces, which he distorts in his trademark style. He works from portrait and fashion photographs to create unique interpretations of strong and spiritual women, which are abstracted in a spontaneous and freestyle way to create interesting and mysterious compositions. Theses pieces are a melting pot of all the different influences and technical skills he has acquired over the years.

  • ndzw
    ndzw polish

    NDZW is a street artist and illustrator currently based in Vienna, Austria. He grew up in the grey Eastern Bloc reality at the end of the 20th century, looking at concrete buildings and reading comic books. Now he paints his own introspective comic book narratives on concrete walls and other available surfaces

    FAR//FERN – An interpretation of „The Hero´s Journey“ by NDZW – YouTube

    NONO SURVIVES Vienna, Austria

    nono was born as an act of critical examination and resistance. He is wearing the mask many artists seek to express their inner struggle. Their darkest opinions. Their most critical attitude. But he has found a way to gather all those intimidating thoughts to create what others call art… without thinking too much about style and technique. Based in vienna he’s currently working on murals, illustrations, drawings, paintings and prints hoping to inspire people on his inevitable journey.

    NYCHOS Vienna, Austria

    Nychos is an illustrator, Urban Art- and Graffiti artist who became known with his street concept RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT (REM) 10 years ago. The icon of the movement is a white rabbit, which has been breeding since then and has been popping up in the streets all over the globe for the past decade. This is exactly what Nychos thrives for – he travels the world to spread his art and his REM concept.

  • Obed Abraham Osorio
    Obed Abraham Osorio El Salvador

    « As an artist, I am lucky and committed to bringing a new vision of the world to society. »

    Abraham Osorio is an award-winning artist based in El Salvador whose paintings have been widely exhibited on a national level, as well as in Belgium and Austria. In his works, he seeks to „awaken and sensitize individual and collective consciences through the human being as the main axis of a society for a better world“. Osorio’s characters are represented with grey skin, representing emotions and experiences, encouraging us to live freely in the face of „social changes and differences“.

  • Obed Osorio
    Obed Osorio El Salavador

    The visual artist from Santa Ana, El Salvador, studied at the Centro Nacional de Artes. About five years ago, he started with graffiti and then started focusing more and more on street art and painting. He ran through a rapid development, works very fast and provides impressive photorealistic murals. His portraits represent the essence of the human soul, the dialogue of the moment and the ability to visualize life without limits. His murals arise from the Diaspora of the inner self.

    In 2017 Obed Osorio came to Europe for the first time. At the invitation of the Madre Tierra Amor Festival he exhibited in Mitterbach at Erlaufsee in Lower Austria and painted the facade of the community center. In Vienna he painted at the KunstBOGEN on Gaudenzdorfer Gürtel and then traveled to another project in Poland.

  • Oscar AXO
    Oscar AXO Tlaxiaco Oaxaca, Mexico
    PÉSIMO Lima. Peru

    He is painting together with Entes since 2000. Togehter they are a part of DMJC CREW.  His colourful paintings are influenced by the social, cultural and political environment that surrounds him and reflect his perspective of social and racial discrimination of minority groups inside the city of Lima.

  • Peter Tauber
    Peter Tauber Austria

    Peter Tauber and his passion Rostbrand.
    From Budapest to Vienna. For quite some time he runs the label „Rostbrand“. Here he combines his work from the fields of painting, sculpture Ellen positions, photography and design. The disassembly of objects, figures and scenarios into individual fragments and reassembles them – a game with chaos and order, past and present to contemporary contemporary art. Have a look at his comics and objects. It is always worth it.

    Peter Tauber – Portrait on Vimeo

  • Rico79
    Rico79 Halle. Germany

    From Halle in Germany is dropping lines since 1993.

    Together with the MOLOTOW TM  Family, the H.A.D.S. Crew and ionart.at he is developing his style on and on…

    His pictures are influenced by the City Jungel. Characteristic for him are animals like the monkey with its shaking graffiti can, the wooden fence, the stone wall and the barbed wire are funny, thoughtful, critical and sometimes a bit provocative.


    Back in the days in 2010 he decided to be self employed,- back than you can meet him also on some events like on Splash Festival, roadshows or maybe you saw him once in a MOLOTOW showcase Video…

    But what he enjoys most is to paint facades, bridges, interiors and from time to time some canvases.

  • Rob Perez aka Deadbeathero
    Rob Perez aka Deadbeathero Texas (USA), Vienna (AT)

    Rob Perez is an American artist from Texas currently living in Vienna Austria. He is best known for his illustrated characters called Sweatermen and has had many international art exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe. He is also known for his cartooning and mural workshops in collaboration with The Creative Fillip (creative-fillip.com) and the American International School (ais.at) and as the founder of ARTSLAM! the international live art event.

  • S.o.S
    S.o.S Germany

    The former Disney and Warner Brothers fashion product designer Sarah Gillings AKA S.o.S has brought her knowledge of „Consumer Products“ into her more recent art in order to make powerful street art statements. She sees herself as a performer of feminism who uses street setting as her gallery. Unfortunately, most marks and representations in streets are designed by men. S.o.S tries to tackle that with a „Look at me, I am here“ mindset. Since the beginning of her career as a muralist and street-artist she already has a large number of awards to her name. Most notably a Points Of Light Award from 10 Downing St for making a difference and being an inspiration through the medium of Spray-paint with her UK Charity named „U CAN Spray CIO“. S.o.S’s artwork from The Banksy Tunnel, London called Alice Against FGM  has been re-painted on numerous occasions in the UK & Vienna, where she was invited by the Austrian Parliament to present to the press about her powerful work subverting Alice in Wonderland for raising awareness to 65,000 girls at risk in the UK per year & 8,000 in Austria respectively.


  • Salzstein
    Salzstein Vienna, Austria

    Lis – Fairy Godmother of Vallanes

    "Start where you are, use what you have and do what you can."Throwback to a project we did in Iceland on an organic farm near Egilsstadir. We only had really old, shitty colours, one (1) brush and one (1) old marker. But you don't need much to brighten up the dark workspace of friends.

    Posted by SALZSTEIN on Samstag, 10. Dezember 2016

    SCKRE Germany

    SCKRE from Germany studied scenic painting but also has a graffiti past. Together with VIDEO, he forms the duo VIDEO.SCKRE, in which he emphasizes VIDEO’s characters with his ornamental and abstract forms. He currently works at the Kammerspiele Theatre in Munich.

  • Shiatsu Ki – YN ART
    Shiatsu Ki – YN ART Vienna, Austria

    Miss Led aka Joanna Henly is an artist and illustrator based in East London. She is known for obsessively detailed and lushly rendered pieces across a wide range of media and scale including paper, canvas, murals, installation and digital.

    These have earned her recognition including selection for ‘Best of British Illustration’, exhibition in London’s Saatchi Gallery and a client list spanning fashion, consumer and media brands.

    SKIRL Vienna, Austria

  • Stohead
    Stohead Berlin

    STOHEAD (Christoph Haessler) / 1973 / Germany, lives and works in Berlin. Through his years evolving as an artist, Christoph has gone through several stages of development in styles.

    Starting as so many of his kind with graffiti he naturally became accustomed to lettering and calligraphy.

  • Tin Eller
    Tin Eller Vienna, Austria

    a part time freelance graphic designer, illustration artist and hand-lettering artist from Vienna, Austria. I’m a pencil and marker lover with a weakness for black brush pens, beautiful paper and retro looking drawing materials. I’m an animal lover, cactus worshiper, a vegetarian, a coffee addict and a record enthusiast.

    I am super passionate about letterings, calligraphy and illustrations and I try to combine all of it them whenever possible. I love minimalistic line graphics and I do a lot of floral designs – I mean A LOT, simply because it makes me happy. My favorite flower is the daisy btw, so you’ll find it a lot in my works.

    When I’m not working as a freelancer, I work as a screen designer and graphic designer at Ben Pazdernik. He’s the greatest – as a person as well as a webcoder/designer. He just knows his work. Both of my websites are put up by him and my colleagues.

    I’ve been drawing since … well, forever might sound a bit cheesy right? But honestly – ever since I can remember I expressed myself through it. Music and lyrics have always been a big part of my inspiration and expression in art. That’s even the trigger nowadays most of the time of me starting a new passion project.

    Thank you so much for being part of this and for your support. If you have any further questions or requests, please do not hesitate to write me a mail.

    Blowing Kisses and sending virtual hugs,


  • Tinygraphy
    Tinygraphy Vienna, Austria

    illustration and printmaking studio in vienna.

    VIDEO Germany

    Julia Heinisch AKA Video from Linz, Austria studied art history and philosophy at the University of Vienna as well as sculpting at the Art University of Linz. Together with SCKRE she forms the duo VIDEO.SCKRE. The basis of video are her intuitive sketches, mostly depicting animal characters in motion. The two complement each other very well in their artistic work and find their common ground in the fictional idea of nature.

  • Viktoria Strehn
    Viktoria Strehn Vienna, Austria

    Viktoria Strehn is an Austrian illustrator and comic artist.
    Her main focus in on character design and storytelling, always with a sense of humor. Her comics were published in several comic magazines and she illustrates for clients, art exhibitions and sells her work at markets. If you want to get to know her better, you can visit her webcomic-blog about her life with her pug dog Egon: www.viktoriastrehn.com/comic-blog/

  • Vunik
    Vunik Belgrad, Serbia.

    The young talent artist Vunik was born in 1993 in Belgrad, Serbia. He now lives in Vienna, where he studies at the University of applied Arts. His works are a mixture of abstract graffiti and illustrative natural shapes.

  • Wake
    Wake Vienna, Austria / Thessaloniki

    Giorgos Beleveslis aka Wake, is born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1985. He holds a Master of Architecture (UTH/ Volos / Greece /2003-2010) and a Master of Science in Urban Strategies (IOA / University of Applied Arts / Vienna/Austria/ 2011-2013).

    He has collaborated with cutting-edge architectural firms such as Coop Himmelb(l)au (2013-2015) and Chalabi(2015-2017) covering a wide range of tasks : concept development, 2d and 3d design, technical drawings and 3d visualizations, informative diagrams, simulations and animations. Under the nickname “Wake” he has been an active street artist since 1999. Among numerous festivals, competitions, private and public commissioned walls, Wake has participated in several group exhibitions in the field of street art and architecture.

    This website is an anthology of works done in both a professional and academic context, as well as outcomes of an ongoing artistic research that attempts to blur the boundaries between architectural design and public art.

  • Yaguart
    Yaguart Bogota / Spain

    YAGUART is an artist born in Bogota, currently based in Spain, with a long history in street art (graffiti and stencil) passionate about technology, decides to enter the world of video projection and videomapping, taking his illustrations to another level, applying other techniques, such as painting with light, intervening the natural landscape and urban in real time. Inspired by the Land Art, decides to intervene natural spaces with ephemeral works, his nocturnal work creates a magical and unique world. Yaguar has participated in different festivals and cultural events collaborating with other artists, musicians, dancers and performance, just as it has been presented as video jockey.