Brandon Graham is a comics artist. He grew up in Seattle and at a young age decided his time was better spent drawing comics rather than going to school. His first comic got published when he was 19. He has been nominated for five Eisner awards, and is currently celebrating the launch of his new book ‘Walrus’ and exhibiting his work at Gallery 33. This is Brandon.
Yamandu Roos is a photographer. At an early age he trained his eye under the tutelage of Mario Marotta and Femi Dawkins. Wherever he is people and their surroundings fall subject to his third eye. This is Yamandu Roos.
The enigmatic Yoann Lemoine, a.k.a. Woodkid, is a French singer-songwriter, music video director and graphic designer. He recently released his debut album entitled The Golden Age, and put out a series of visually stunning, self-directed videos accompanying his songs. He’s known for his characteristically epic, yet melancholic sound and aesthetic. This is Woodkid.
Eternally curious designer, editor, curator and creative director. Joachim Baan is the father of fashion label Tenue de Nimes and Another Company. This is Joachim.
Technology enthusiast, advertising executive, blogger and author, Ken Segall started the i-frenzy by naming iMac and helped develop Apple’s famous Think different campaign. He worked closely with Steve Jobs over 12 years spanning NeXT and Apple. In 2012 he published his book ‘Insanely Simple’. This is Ken.