Daniel “R5” Barojas

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 by

Daniel Barojas (a.k.a. Rope5, R5) is a Mexican born artist who lives and works in St. Pete. He works in many artistic mediums including: watercolor, mixed media illustration, photography, graphic/product design, jewelry, toys & graffiti. He spreads positive messages with his art, using his cultural and street influences as inspiration. Barojas did a beautiful job

Alli Arnold

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by

Alli Arnold currently resides in Old Northeast St. Pete, and attended Parsons the New School for Design where she got her BFA in illustration. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Seattle to experience west coast life firsthand. After three years, she returned to New York City, where she is always able to find inspiration on

Justin Wagher

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by

Justin Wagher is St. Pete’s youngest wall muralist, with eight murals already that can be seen all around St. Pete. This 17 year old senior at Gibbs High School has been working on the murals as part of his senior project at the Pinellas County Center for the Arts program. “A building owner and a

Leo Gomez Studio

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by

Leo Gomez studio is a graphic design studio located in St. Petersburg, FL, specializing in custom hand lettering, brand identity, logo design and sign painting for small businesses. Gomez loves to work with passionate entrepreneurs to create engaging and visually stunning branding with beautifully expressive custom hand lettering. He translates their vision, passion and ideas


Wednesday, 01 November 2017 by

Allison Tinati is an Oakland based artist, who paints under the name ‘Hueman’, and has been drawing and painting all her life. She received her degree from UCLA in Design and Media Arts. Her style stretches from delicate canvased visions to tackling enormous walls with spray paint. Hueman creates colorful dichotomies in her art by

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Michel Mirabal

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 by

Michel Mirabal is an internationally known Cuban artist who lives and works in Havana, and is recognized as Cuba’s most popular artist. He strives to bridge the gap between Cuba and the US using his vivid imagery to renew relations. “The barbed wire is the thing we don’t like, the things we need to change

Daniel Mrgan

Thursday, 15 September 2016 by

Daniel Mrgan is a local artist, illustrator and graphic designer. After surviving years of armed conflict in Croatia, Daniel Mrgan moved to Pinellas County. His whimsical style is regularly a part of the local art scene. He also creates fantastical imagery through wood burning, giving his characters different dimensions. Mrgan’s illustrations were recently used for

Zulu Painter

Thursday, 15 September 2016 by

Zulu Painter, aka Carlos Culbertson, is a local visual artist who specializes in traditional mediums, special effects, body paint, and scenic art. Zulu Painter led the revitalization in the historic Midtown area, and his work can be seen all over Florida. His love of art began in elementary school, and he found that he has