Atlanta Artists We Love
We are beyond thrilled to have not one, but two stores in Atlanta, where we’ve been sharing stories and framing what Atlantans love. Our in-store gallery walls even feature local artists, whose work has introduced us to this artistic community. Here are some more Atlanta artists and glimpses of their work, that not only spans disciplines, but speaks to the creativity the city inspires.
Cam Kirk, Photographer & Entrepreneur
“What I am most known for is the work I do with Atlanta's rising artists and Atlanta's superstars. But what I love most is being able to work with a new generation of talent.”—@camkirk. Get an inside glimpse of Cam Kirk Studios in this video.
Dawn Trimble, Painter
“I want my work to initiate a dialogue that shifts subtly from the vulnerability of humanity to a critical reading and response to the world through architecture, design and faith.”—@dawnmtrimble_art. Read more about her here.
John Cannon, Photographer & Creative Director
“I would describe my work as hip-hop photography. I’ve shot candid moments, as well as photo shoots for some of the biggest names in hip-hop today.”—@thejohncanon
Davian Chester, Graphic Artist & Illustrator
“I illustrate the Black Experience. I love to create stories, taking inspiration from life events, what I see and experience myself, or work from other amazing creatives. I simply love Black art and Blackness!”—@real_toons. Read an interview with him here.
Angie Jerez, Illustrator & Painter/Muralist
“Since moving from Bogota to Atlanta, I have transitioned from digital graphic design to handmade illustration, painting, and mural work. I create pieces with detailed linework, drawing everyday elements and random abstract subjects surrounded by organic shapes, using colorful palettes and delicate graphite textures.”—@_angie.jerez
KIVENCHY, Photographer & Content Manager
“KIVENCHY is a photographer who documents the authenticity of culture and the brands who showcase that culture. My mission is for brands and creatives to expand on their own individual cultures.”—@kivenchy