Santiago Caruso (Quilmes, Argentina 1982) cultivates a language of novel and personal rhetoric, although grounded in the symbolist aesthetics of the 19th century. Its production stands out as much for the discursive complexity as for the vigor of the technique.


Noah Scalin
Skull-A-Day is the creation of artist Noah Scalin. It began on June 4, 2007 as a personal daily art project and went on to become an international community of skull fans sharing their art.


Rhett Hutchence is an Australian born, Bali based sculptor. Along with Vera Ribeiro, he built the largest bricks and mortar skull gallery in the world.


Gary Kroman
A New York City native, Gary Kroman began working independently as a freelance illustrator in 1972. Gary worked extensively for ad agencies and magazines. In 1973 he met with the people at Relix magazine and began illustrating for the magazine. Inspired by Rick Griffin, Kelly and Mouse and most of the San Francisco comic and poster artists of the late sixties and early seventies he created volumes of posters, magazine covers, album cover art and original works of art.


Marshall Arisman
Arisman’s paintings are part of the permanent collections of, the Brooklyn Museum, the Smithsonian, and the Museum of American Art. His show Sacred Monkeys was the first American exhibit to be shown in Mainland China.


Caitlin McCormack
Caitlin McCormack received a BFA in Illustration in 2010 from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia PA. She lives with two cats in South Philly and crochets to forget the world, in the chaos of her slovenly, nest-like studio.