The Yes! Project is a celebration of creativity and good vibes. To bring it to life, we've partnered with some of the most inspiring artists today. Each collaboration is a limited edition print available only for a short while. Once they're gone, they're gone. But don't worry, we're constantly teaming up with new artists who are living the Yes! life.
Clay Hickson is a freelance Illustrator living and working in Chicago, IL. His work is influenced by 1980's post-modern design combined with a little Northern-California-New-Age-Hippy aesthetic and a splash of West Coast airbrush. Aside from doing Illustration work, Clay runs a small publishing company called Tan & Loose Press.
Maiko Gubler is a visual artist working with digital modeling tools in imagery and sculpture. After graduating from The Berlin University of the Arts in Visual Communication/Digital Media she has been working as an art director for over a decade before focusing on image-making and sculpting in 2013. Maiko lives and works in Berlin.
The Low Bros is an artist duo, which is made up of brothers Christoph and Florin Schmidt – formerly active as graffiti writers Qbrk and Nerd. Their work most often centers around stylized animal characters with human features, and addresses graffiti, hip hop, skateboarding and other elements which influenced and shaped the artists’ youth in the 1980s and 1990s.
It is the synergy of geometric and flowing organic shapes, cubic effects, expressive color grids and multifaceted patterns that brings their work to life. Influences from design and illustration can be seen, as well as the cool and abstract video game esthetics from the 80s and 90s, and the psychedelic shapes and colors of ancient cultures. Great attention is also given to technical precision and detail. The accentuated play of light and shadow intensifies the contrast and unites the seemingly un-unitable, such as street life and subtle natural mystique. This is done, however, in a rather light-hearted way, thanks to many humorous details, which become apparent upon closer examination. Ambivalence with a wink – this is how the world of the Low Bros could be described; a world where painted scenes are transformed into surreal places of wonder.
The artist duo Low Bros formed in 2011 and has since created numerous thematic series featuring their characters. Their mural, canvas and multimedia projects, as well as their installations have been featured in group shows and solo exhibitions around the world. The Low Bros live and work in Berlin.
Toronto based artist, best known for his sign painting and hand lettering. His work can be found in various bars, restaurants, tattoo parlors, barber shops and other locations across Toronto.