Silkie Lloyd is a Bristol based surface pattern designer. She launched her stationery company “Rosehip” in 2005, which has grown from a workspace at home to a thriving studio and warehouse on Bristol’s historic dockside. Rosehip products are sold worldwide to both top end independent boutiques and high street stores such as John Lewis and Waterstones. http://www.rosehipcards.co.uk/
Helen Ward is a Bristol based artist and designer.. Helen regularly exhibits her Paper Entomology work internationally and in several galleries across the UK. She has experience in stationery and giftware design. Her work as an artist has lead her to exhibit work all over the world and be involved in shows in London, New York, Paris and Amsterdam.
Anna Marrow originally trained in Fine Art at UWE Bristol and achieved a distinction at MA level at Central St Martin’s, London. Anna works from Spike Island Studios in Bristol. All her works are hand printed screen prints, which are hand finished with delicate touches of glitter, watercolour, acrylic and freehand drawing. This organic approach results in collectible one -offs being created. http://www.annamarrow.com/
Paris is a British visual artist known for his trademark abstract graffiti effects. Specialising in bespoke art, avant garde logo's, large scale decor , customisation & installation. He"s worked for musicians such as Coldplay, The Rolling Stones, Ed Sheeran, Dave Matthews Band, Robbie Williams , Jamie Lidell . http://paris1974.com
Duncan Jago is considered a veteran of the urban art and design community. He has been described as a pioneer of the Scrawl Movement. Mr. Jago’s skills lie in everything from painting and illustration to creating artwork and designs for some of the biggest international brands. Mr Jago has exhibited at Paris's Galerie Le Feuvre, New York's Opera Gallery and the Thinkspace gallery in Los Angeles. http://www.mrjago.com/index.html
Illustrator, graffiti artist and sculpturist. Feek makes his living mostly designing and building for 3D animation and paints with the TCF and AAGH! crews as often as he can. To him the graffiti scene is like a secret social club – “It’s an honour to paint with different writers and different crews, I just love doodling on a big scale, and having a laugh at the same time. There’s no secret to painting big, you’ve just got to draw. A lot!"