Erosie

Eindhoven-based Jeroen Heemann also known as Erosie, is a visual artist, known for his colourful and abstract style that could be interpreted as Matisse-inspired by aficionados of Expressionism. Erosie’s art can be found on concrete as well as on canvas and all over the world. Erosie collaborated with URBAN NATION on Project M/12 in 2017.

Sweetuno

Born Cédric Pinterelli in Basel, Switzerland, Sweetuno is a versatile street artist who is heavily involved with the performing arts, working as a director and stage actor in the South-German town of Heidelberg. Influenced by Basel’s graffiti scene he started writing and spray-painting classic old-school graffiti on walls in the early 90s. Working within the street art scene for over 20 years, he stuck to his style but tries to look for ways of continuous improvement. His works can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/11 in 2017.

Patrick Hartl

Freelance artist and illustrator Patrick Hartl’s graphic studies reveal his passion for calligraphy and handwriting. His works connect old craftsmanship and modern street style and can be found on this collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/11 in 2017.

Word To Mother

Word To Mother is a London-based graffiti illustrator, tattooist and artist known for taking his influences and painting them over salvaged wood and finally adding a unique lacquer turning them into exceptional works of art. Word To Mother has contributed his talent in skill in URBAN NATION’s Project M/8 and more recently, in the 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.

Sickboy

Along with the likes of Banksy, Bristol native Sickboy is recognized as one of the best street artists of our time and has rose to fame through the Oscar nominated ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’. While his identity remains unknown, his humorous artworks, which he signs with a logo instead of a nametag, have rewarded him with global recognition. Sickboy’s works can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/5 in 2014.

Eine

Most famous for his colourful alphabet lettering on shop shutters all around East London, Ben Eine, who goes by Eine professionally, is one of the world’s most famous street artists. Interested in letters and the way they would change shape when combined into words, he has integrated that approach into his work, which eventually rocketed him to fame when British Prime Minister David Cameron gifted one of his artworks to US President Barack Obama. Eine’s work can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/5 in 2014.

Cryptik

Spirituality and consciousness are central elements of the South Californian artist, Cryptik and his artworks. Whether acrylic on multi-layered wood panels, canvas or as murals, his works are truly mesmerising. Cryptiks works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.

Alex Yanes

Street artist Alex Yanes is known for his vibrant and colorful artworks that he draws from his main inspirations. His Cuban roots, his hometown Miami and skateboard-culture, his unique and colorful works come in three-dimensional shapes of intricate detail. Alex works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.