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Series 10 has brought in some of the best work we have ever received. Thanks to the artists who have taken the time to submit their work to us! We are constantly amazed at the overwhelming response we get from artists from around the world. These are the experts that will sift through thousands of submissions to curate an incredible lineup of art and music. Coming from all areas of the beer, art, and music worlds, these respected individuals below will lend their trained and acclaimed eyes and ears to help us choose the Series 10 beer label art.
Now let’s get to it.
Brian Greif is the Owner and founder of 2:32 AM Projects has been active in the “Street Art” and “Graffiti” scene since 2007. Greif is an award winning documentary film maker. His 2017 film “Saving Banksy” was one of the most critically acclaimed documentaries of 2017. Greif has coordinated over 40 major mural projects with international artists including Guido Van Helten (Australia),
ABOVE (Germany), Curiot (Mexico), Rone (Australia), Herakut (Germany), Mars1 (US) and Niels “Shoe” Meulman (Amsterdam). Greif has coordinated major gallery exhibits featuring the world’s top “Street and Graffiti” artists.
Loch Ness isa Freelance Illustrator / Urban Artist from Bristol, UK, specialising in psychedelic surreal imagery. His artwork playfully disorientates you to a place that oozes a twisted harmony and Zen. Fall down the monster rabbit hole into a dream like dimension where anything is possible and colour has no boundaries. Taking the viewer on a trippy ride of feel good absurdity.
Some of his clients have included BBC Radio 6 Music, TATE Britain, Teenage Cancer Trust, Rip Curl, Posca Pens, BBC, Red Bull & Grolsh to name a few. Loch Ness has also exhibited in galleries around the world, from London to New York’s ‘Cotton Candy Machine’.Check out www.lochnessart.com and follow Loch Ness on instagram @lochnessart.
His band “HUMANS”, with partner Robbie Slade, released their first full-lengt in 2015 which was nominated for a JUNO that year and they followed up with a tour that included Osheaga, Coachella, SXSW and many more. The music video ‘Tell Me’ which he directed for HUMANS has been awarded a Leo Award and ‘Water Water’ was awarded a MMVA nomination for best MuchFact video. Peter Ricq currently lives and works out of Vancouver Canada.