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Since she began drawing as a child, Jacqueline Jun Ha hasn’t stopped. A Los Angeles native, Jacqueline currently studies art at Laguna College of Art and Design in Pasadena, California, with the ultimate goal of building a career . . . READ MORE
A New York native, Dillon studies illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Like most students, he’s struggled financially, but that hasn’t slowed his creativity. Spending most of his money on food and subway fare, Dillon has been fortunate to make ends meet through side jobs. “I don’t wake . . . READ MORE
For Seattle artist Maya Milton, art and dance were the first two loves of her life. “I think when you love something, you want to help it grow.” That desire to get better was there and, early on, her path looked promising . . . READ MORE
Eric “Drigo” Rodriguez’s creative journey began in an unexpected way. “My very first introduction to art was skateboarding and skate culture – from drawing on my grip tape to drawing on my homie’s tape.” In high school it started with doodles, but then, “I found paint, and that was that.” . . . READ MORE
Growing up in New Jersey, just across the river from Philadelphia, Charles Werbany was introduced to art by his grandmother, who taught him about artistic perspective at a young age. Today, he studies illustration in Philly, and has found . . . READ MORE
Chandler Murphy began sketching when he was in day care. It was a formative part of his early years until life happened – his mother and brother moved to West Africa. Activities he had previously loved to do suddenly stopped being fun; as he shifted his focus to his personal life, he took a break from . . . READ MORE
Originally from a small town, Andromyda Wagenman started making art as an outlet to relieve stress. Now a student at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon, she still views her art as an outlet; however, it has evolved from doodles to . . . READ MORE
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