Michael Schwarz

Founder

Michael is a freelance photojournalist specializing in a wide array of photo and video work, as well as, written journalism, investigative reporting, and spot news coverage. His photos have been published by the Associated Press, The Guardian, Viewfind, and The Huffington Post. Michael's other hobbies include skiing, skateboarding, and traveling pretty much anywhere he can afford.

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Zach Nellis

Co-Founder

Combining my love for skateboarding with my full time job as a machine operator, I create recycled skateboard goods and much more.

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Derek Rudy

Head of Design

Derek Rudy is a graphic designer and Point Park University graduate. In addition to freelance work, he currently works as the in-house designer for Stage AE. His amazingly detailed pieces often show futuristic, dystopian, or aquatic landscapes that that suck you into a world of fantasy.

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Aimee Heinnickel

Aimee Heinnickel is a mixed media painter based in Pittsburgh. After receiving her bachelors in studio art, she began exhibiting work in the greater Pittsburgh area. Her work explores ideas of identity while examining the female experience and the permanence of beauty.

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Anthony Arcuri

Bismuth Cities is the project of artist, musician & material science enthusiast Anthony Arcuri. Someone who has always been drawn to the architectural anomalies left behind by ancient civilizations, Anthony quickly grew an interest in the crystallization patterns of bismuth metal and its tendency to form perfect stair-step, pyramid-like structures. Since the project’s beginning in 2014, Bismuth Cities has created hundreds of pieces using various processes. He is constantly experimenting new ways of affecting bismuth’s crystallization using everything from stones, crystals & fossils to the sound vibrations of Tibetan singing bowls. No matter how Anthony seeds the crystallization, he believes the most powerful tool is the intention he puts into the process.

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Bethany Krowsoski

Bethany seeks delicate objects to be shown with an ephemeral quality, such as a ripple in a koi pond, sunlight dancing across florals or a moth pausing to rest, in which all are depicted with contemporary realism. By using both oil and acrylic paint, fragility in the environment and encapsulating transient moments have become a great interest. Bethany went to college in Erie, PA, and was born in New Kensington. In addition to painting, she also teaches high school art.

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Bob Freyer

Durty is an urban artist from Pittsburgh. The art that he makes has a welcoming darkness feel to it. Surrounded by images of gas masks and the sounds of hip hop there is a different feel you get viewing his work. In 2016 Durty was votes as "Best Visual Artist" in Pittsburgh by Pittsburgh City Paper. Durty has had the opportunity to get his art in the hands of KRS One, Brother Ali, Talib Kweli, Jeremy Fish, Aesop Rock, Rob Sonic, and Adam COST to name a few.

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Brittany Brubaker

As a multi-disciplined artist, Brittany explores many mediums, styles, and subjects. She graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s in Studio Art. She spends her days designing, building, and operating test units and her evenings are spent working on her craft. Her act of creating serves two functions, release and purpose. Both intertwine as an outlet for herself and as a functional resonation with others.

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Cruz Newman

I am a Venezuelan artist / industrial designer based in Pittsburgh. I love diversity, traveling, art and Nature. I created Ikoa Design in 2015 as a way to express my creativity and share it with the world. Ikoa Design is brand of handcrafted accessories with a style full of character, color and texture. Nature is my inspiration.

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Danielle Eberle

I studied Communications Media at IUP and ever since then i've been painting, taking photos, and doing just about anything I can when it comes to utilizing my creative side. My first watercolor a year ago was terrible but i've worked out most of the kinks. I paint and photograph just about everything around me (mostly my cats). Enjoy my work!

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Dan Landau

Combining the techniques of drawing and papercutting, Dan Landau creates detailed artworks by drawing on paper maps and then cutting out the empty spaces around the drawing and the roads with a craft knife.

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Dawn Petryk

Dawn Petryk, owner and artist of PaperTrail, is trained in graphic design and traditional art and creates primarily in both watercolor and pen and ink. Within these mediums she explores the interconnectedness of all things through natural and spiritual themes. PaperTrail wanders through both the physical and metaphysical realms documenting the trail "between here and there."

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Dillon Koach

My name is Dillon and I am a 25 year old glass artist and connoisseur. If I am not spending time with my 3 year old daughter you will find me in my studio. I try to learn something new every time I turn on my torch for the future to really expand my skill set and create as many varying forms of glass art as I can manifest

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Dom Greco

My glass career started out in my backyard in Erie, Pa in my homemade shed called the "Dojo." Ever since moving to Pittsburgh, the "dojo" has moved to multiple locations and my drives increases each step that I take. I've done multiple live glass blowing demonstrations around the Pittsburgh community and hope to progress and keeping moving up as my experience expands. Help a struggling artist out and show your support, anything helps fuel the flame!

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Emily Saxon

I have a bachelor's degree in Fashion Merchandising and Management from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. While in school I took some jewelry making courses. I have been making all kinds of jewelry for over 10 years but just recently started selling it. My necklaces are made to look like you are wearing multiples but, in actuality it is only one!

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Hilary Lentz

Hilary Lentz is a papercut artist working under the name Steelcut Designs, and a freelance graphic designer living in Pittsburgh, PA. She enjoys making papercuts that reflect the big and small moments in life and combining them with other media, such as watercolor paintings. Hilary is a self-taught artist always looking to learn new techniques, but she also holds a BS in Mass Communication from Middle Tennessee State University and MBA from Robert Morris University.

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James Sabulsky

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Justin Celedonia

Justin is an artist and an educator. He has spent time teaching and exhibiting his work in different states, but currently lives in Pittsburgh. He enjoys working in a variety of different media but has developed one as the focus of his current series. Over the course of 30-50 hours he uses fine pen and ink in a process called stippling to create detailed and intricate portraits. Justin draws inspirations from the people around him and the people who have influenced them.

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Katy McManus

Born and raised in Pittsburgh PA, Katy McManus is a highly passionate Artist currently practicing Inn Saei. This practice helps her reflect her insights and interpretations of the world and space around us. She paints with the belief that these works of art will both inspire others and honor the subject matter of each creation.

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Keith Loughrey

After 35 years in the construction business, Keith Loughrey, decided to focus on his true passion: woodworking. He founded Burghwood in 2015 and has been creating one-of-a-kind craftsman-style furniture ever since. Burghwood uses rescued and dormant wood to create beautiful pieces that are built to last many lifetimes. Keith’s work is inspired by the Stickley Brothers and architects Greene and Greene. When Keith isn’t milling wood in his workshop, you can find him tending to his herb garden and spending time with his wife and pug.

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