JONATHAN MORSE                      

Jonathan Morse uses digital process as an original printmaking medium. He has exhibited widely and his work is in numerous public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art Photography Department. His most recent solo show featuring the two recent print series REACTS and FACETS was presented at Byzantine Project, Santa Fe. A decade of printmaking can be seen at


I have been an artist my whole life.  My earliest memories are drawing from books.  The art I create is part of my essence and passions including: the female form, jazz, Marilyn, nostalgic, subjects related to the beach and ocean, landscapes, fantasy and site specific installations. I experiment a lot using oil paints, watercolors, acrylics, pastels, digital cameras, printers and computers.  My art has been described as "physiologically penetrating"


My name is Lawrence Lindell. I'm from Los Angeles CA, I create things and make music. I graduated from Otis College of Art and Design with a BFA. I have a music and art label called Noise met Sound.


Dana Bean is an illustrative painter and collage artist living in Los Angeles, CA. She uses a playful and dark humor to depict the anxiety caused my modern living. Her work has been published as CD art and exhibited in multiple group shows. Find more at


Amanda Wallace is a Los Angeles based visual and performing artist from Aurora, Colorado. Her colorful work is diverse in medium and includes mixed media installations, live muraling, performance art, film, theater, and music."


Justin Baker was born in Oklahoma City, OK and moved to Los Angeles, CA to pursue a career in Acting. Along the way he picked up a camera and started taking photos. You can fid out even more about Justin's acting, photography, and clown shenanigans at Thanks and have a wonderful day.


Sevag Mahserejian has become an artist of many means who fuses culture, theatre, writing, traveling, and film all into one. He has worked as an actor, musician, visual artist, and filmmaker. In 2011, he createdFORTree, a 12-foot interactive art piece for cARTel's FORT exhibition. In 2012, he starred in the indie-feature film Toastmaster and later created String Theory, an installation art piece featured at cARTel's GALAXYexhibition. In 2013, Sevag completed two murals for the Los Angeles Unified School District and looks forward to creating a piece for the film Planning Ahead at this years No Budget Film Festival.


Long Beach based Art Kid. Founder & Creative Director of digital art house & magazine, I spend my days making clothes & nights painting Moonchild inspired ladies. I'm a daydreamer & paint because it feels good to get away from reality for a little while.


Freelance props master, set decorator, art director, shopper, props and furniture fabricator, project manager, consultant, puppet fabricator, multi-media artist and puppeteer.


Michaela Jane is a Los Angeles based visual artist with a background in illustration, installation and filmmaking. Music, eavesdropping and repurposing discarded materials are at the core of her creative practice.

She exhibits her work locally and independently published her first comic book last year. She is currently pursuing a degree in digital media, but fully intends to keep her hands dirty and maintain a thriving secret life outside of design and commercial art. Her work can be viewed on her website:


I am an artist working out of Los Angeles California by way of Seattle Washington.  Works range from small to large scale pieces on wood or canvas.  My work is influenced by elements of pop surrealism, high renaissance and Baroque era painting and sculpture.  I also draw inspiration from emotive female portraiture.  My work can be viewed in local area gallery showings, artwalks and at the Venice Beach Boardwalk.  I am also available for independent commission work.



Regina Yazdi is a Los Angeles-based illustrator who grew up with a love of art and fashion. During her teens, she received a full scholarship to enroll at Otis College of Art and Design and study fashion design. After earning her BFA in 2009, she began working as a menswear designer in Los Angeles while freelancing as a fashion illustrator. She later redirected her career to focus on art and illustration.

In Spring of 2011, Regina acquired a teaching position at Otis to instruct fashion illustration and live model drawing courses. That following summer, she broke into the entertainment advertising industry and currently works to conceptualize print campaigns for major film and television networks. Regina’s recent commercial clients include Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, NBC, ABC, AMC, Disney, CW, NFL Network, FOX, FX and HBO. Her other clients have included Crooks & Castles, Guilty Brotherhood, Shadowplay Collection, Sketchers, Tanja S London, Textile Association of Los Angeles, Voom, and WWE.

Regina’s unique aesthetic and versatility enables her to create alluring images for both film and fashion industries. Today she continues to teach, sharing her industry experiences and techniques with the classroom.