Jeff Klarin was born and raised in Los Angeles. Exploring and pushing the boundaries of conventional fabrication and visual representation is what drives his creations. Many of his mixed-media pieces utilize photography, painting, illustration and transfer techniques that create organic 'accidents' that unexpectedly alter and transform the creative process. Jeff has shown in both solo and group exhibitions in Japan and the U.S. and has received extensive coverage in British and European publications. He is in the collections of numerous film and music industry professionals.
"The collective iconography of our modern culture can be used in visual representation to unite people to question how we interrelate and thus create commonality and compassion."
Rebecca Johnson was born and raised in Los Angeles. Her medium is chosen by what is most appropriate for the subject and mood, ranging from painting to mixed media to photography. Her subject matter often has a dark, comedic sensibility.
Her political illustrations have appeared in the publications "The Design of Dissent", "Yo! What Happened to Peace" , "Reproduce and Revolt", exist in the permanent collection of the Center for Study of Political Graphics and have been exhibited in Europe and Japan as part of a traveling exhibition. As a designer, her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times.