Ashley Boling is an artist/graphic designer/maker of things based in St. Petersburg, Florida. She specializes in typography, printmaking, and other various forms of digital media. As a visual arts student, she is focused on discovering ways to strengthen the conceptual relationship between traditional and digital methods of communication design.
Alexa Flores is a 20-year-old interdisciplinary artist from Panamá City, Panamá. She first started creating through analog collages at the age of 16, and has since ventured into motion graphics, typography, and digital collages. Alexa’s art is deeply influenced by films and music, and she describes herself as an unfinished project—always in search of a concrete identity.
Vy Nguyen is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Virginia Beach. She’s loved drawing since she was a kid, but only started taking it seriously a year ago. Being born in Vietnam and having English as her second language, growing up she had trouble expressing herself to others but eventually found a voice in art. She uses art as a form of expression, opting for different artistic mediums including digital illustration, acrylic paint, and mixed media. She represents her art through the artist name v3raki, which is based off the word “meraki”—referring to the soul, creativity, or love you put into something.
Teresa Woodcock is a crafter who loves cats, chai tea, glitter, Harry Potter, and happy things. She currently resides with her brother and sister in Montreal, Canada, and you will most likely find her in the arts and crafts store. Her mission as an artist is to help the world feel a little less lost and a lot less sad.