As part of their Self Made campaign, Square chose to partner with artists to create impactful murals that would empower Atlanta’s business owners. Through inspirational statements and collage-style murals, they created an authentic campaign that generated awareness for their vast array of products designed to support small businesses.
Originally from DC, Killamari is a freelance illustrator and designer living in Atlanta. Specializing in character-based illustrations and designs, this artist likes to create vibrant worlds by mashing together Khmer culture, street art, monster flicks and sexy foods.
Kate Lewis is a Chicago-based muralist and illustrator was originally inspired from studying masters of visual deception, like MC Escher, and taking note of the ways in which they used architecture as a catalyst for creating illusions. Learning to incorporate her own love of line work and making conscious use of negative space, she continues to experiment on every project with the intention of challenging the viewer’s brain to think differently.
Andrea’s, aka Queen Andrea, artistic style is influenced by an endless appreciation of typography, as well as themes of urban life, hip hop lyrics, the advertising age, pop culture, geometry, symbolism, sign painter lettering and super bright color palettes. This artist’s newest paintings are intricate and intense explorations of geometry, color and form which create fantastical, bright worlds of abstraction.