Hedi Xandt was born in 1988 and is a mostly self-taught conceptual artist and professional multimedia - graphic designer. He graduated in Communications Design in early 2013.
He currently works as a freelance artist and Illustrator besides his work as a creative for TUSH Magazine.
Ville Andersson is a fine artist based in Helsinki, Finland.
A graduate from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Ville tends to produce canvases with gloomy tones that in his words filter even our darker feelings – the conscious and the unconscious. I admire how his portraits offer a warm feel through the use of varying shades of grey. Most notably inspired by 17th-century portraiture, Ville draws, paints, or photographs his subjects in a considerably formal way. The photographs, which are not featured here, can be viewed within his portfolio site provided below.
Tristan Pigott is a London based painter whose work explores human characteristics and everyday life. Tristan's ambiguous work draws the viewer in, allowing them to spend time working out the different connotations of the surreal narratives he has created. Tristan's paintings also have an interesting relation to photography, whilst keeping a distance from photographic realism.
Mariana Vassileva transforms still life and movement through visual representation into new energetic harmony. She is not interested in the physical act of the movement, but in the mental process behind it. In a minimal way, she transforms objects, situations and manners, and presents them in another reference on a lyrical level. The spectator begins to appreciate the work through the emotional movement into a strangely represented world. In this process, one is animated toward a heightened sensibility of daily variations.