Melbourne based artist Loretta captures a desire for freedom, adventure and love using pen, pencil and oils.
She has spent years sharpening her compassion with her subjects while working across publishing, photography, and advertising industries.
Loretta has worked internationally featuring her works at the Vancouver Mural festival, Canada, 2017. Group Exhibition, Haven Gallery, New York, 2017. International wall - Wood street, London UK, 2017. Wall to Wall festival, 2016 & 2017 just to name a few.
Sydney born Cam Scale started his professional career as an artist in 2000 and is a now a well-renown fine artist and mural painter in Australia.
Cam’s works primarily with aerosol, oil and acrylic paint specialising in large-scale figures and portraits. Cam has exhibited work publically in galleries across Australia and the globe.
With a successful solo show at Juddy Roller Gallery and recently completing his largest work on 25x60m grain silos in remote Kimba, South Australia. He has taken part in popular mural Festivals including Wonderwalls, Woolongong and Wall to Wall, Benalla.
Cam also works regularly for Banyule, Geelong, Melbourne, Nillumbik Councils in youth engagement programs teaching painting techniques to at risk-teens.
Jimmy Dvate is a Melbourne based artist and graphic designer and his artwork can be seen on walls, canvas and in magazines both locally and internationally.
In 2014 Dvate completed a large mural in the City of Kingston, City Hall carpark and a huge mural for Harley Davidson in Ringwood, plus numerous smaller jobs.
Dvate was selected to compete in a worldwide street art competition in Tahiti in May and again in 2015.
2016 saw him produce many quality large scale murals and winning the Longview Vineyard live painting competition in the Adelaide hills.
Highlights of the year was when he was commissioned to paint the front wall of Adelaide Zoo.
Melbourne-based artist George Rose spends most of her time climbing up ladders and painting murals. Since abandoning her formal design training several years ago, she has opted to pursue her art practice to use colour, gradients and type to spread her message.
She has recently worked with CURVY, Good Cycles, Jansport, Lower Murray Water, Starbucks and YHA Australia to name a few. If she’s not completing work for commercial projects, she’s on the festival circuit including First Coat, Perfect Match, Roskilde, Tropica, Wall to Wall and Wonderwalls.
George has also been the recipient of some awards for her work, including the Borrowed Wall Art Prize for Liverpool City (2016) and the Skate Park in Canberra (2017).
Mike Maka a Melbourne based artist works in a variety of media, mainly on walls, canvas and illustration on paper.
At 20 Mike received a scholarship to study art in New York, he has travelled and created work around the world, painting the Berlin Wall to the River Ganges.
As an active member of Everfresh Studio since 2006, Mike has exhibited extensively throughout Australia as well as group shows in Brazil, Japan, Miami and New York, and has works in private and public collections locally and abroad, including aquisitions by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, as well as working in institutions such as National Gallery of Victoria and MONA Tasmania.
Phibs is one of the most respected and renowned names in Australian Graffiti/Street Art. His public art works are prolific in Melbourne and Sydney are widespread across the globe.
Originally from Sydney, Phibs came from a strong graffiti background and was active in community programs. Moving to Melbourne in 2001 saw Phibs exposed to an evolving Melbourne street art scene and joined the Everfresh Studio collective.
Phibs distinctive style has attracted numerous major brands and publications and several of his works have been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia for its permanent collection.
Now based in Sydney, Phibs continues to exhibit interstate and Internationally in galleries, on walls & at various festivals.