Drew D. De Porter, AKA D3PO is an Asheville based graphic designer and visionary artist with a strong root in the path of understanding and depicting the connection between our planet, ourselves, the cosmos and the dimensions of which we perceive our consciousness.
• Macro & Micro
• Still Life
• Sacred Tree
Nicholas Rake, AKA Akasha was fascinated as a teen by books about Social Psychology, Sociology, and Conspiracy Theories. Two of his favorite authors are Timothy Leary and Robert Anton Wilson and he aims to apply their philosophies holistically to his ongoing study of complex systems and thoughtful skepticism.
Foremost in his interest of systems is a life long love of computers. He has released electronic music under the names kni knoo and Hieronymus Bots.
• Fractal Art
Rayland Felts, AKA Apollo Breeze has been in design since the age of 13. Creating shirts, flyers, and websites for his musical projects as a teen and through early adulthood.
Recently graduating with a B.S. in Digital Media, a concentration in Interaction, and a minor in Art. Apollo Breeze has come along way since those early days. He gathers influence from the practices and studies of Cosmometry, Sacred Geometry, Physics, Math, Biology, Color and Music Theory.
• Sacred Geometry
• 3D Animation
Krikko has applied his many talents to joyful ends. Not only is this practicing architect an avid saxophonist, he has also taken the art of drawing to monumental proportions. His pencil drawing of Manhattan, New York is like no other conceived. With the original measuring 20 feet in height by 15 feet wide (6x5 meters), it astounds all who see it.
His perspective drawing and pencil technique is unprecedented and his works are found in galleries and homes all over the world. With over 70 locations in New York City alone, his Super Big Apple drawing has become the fastest selling poster in New York. With such locations as the Statue of Liberty, the lobby of the Empire State Building, and the United Nations, the millions of tourists from all over the world are “just picking them up, picking them up,’ as remarked by the manager of the South Street Seaport Museum Gift Shop, another of his many upscale locations. His drawing of New York is quoted by the New York Times.
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