A Chicago native, Bozic uses the influences of the city to merge into his work. Constantly using a mix of mediums such as oil paint with spray paint, he redefines traditions to create a sophisticated yet rugged experience.
Bozic took the lead on the art direction of Sleigh Baby and his work includes the Snow White mural and mountainscape.
Louis De Guzman
Louis De Guzman’s geometric abstraction style often blends together images and stories that evoke his family’s immigrant struggle, and his own experience as a second generation Filipino American. Over the last decade De Guzman has proved himself as a prominent designer and creative director. De Guzman has been able to blend both traditional and experimental techniques in his work which have attracted attention from corporate clients and culturally relevant figures alike.
De Guzman provided three distinct looks of the sleigh booths and did the neon sign design at Sleigh Baby.
Anna Dominguez, The Queen of Tape
Anna Dominguez (Queen of Tape) creates pictures with only adhesive tapes. Dominguez has been commissioned by various olympic and professional athletes, Chicago businesses, celebrities, and TV personalities and is sponsored by The Duck Brand Tape. Queen of Tape makes her art believing it makes people happy, the most important thing in the world to her.
You can see Dominguez’s take on the holiday scene in Mean Girls at Sleigh Baby.
Asend’s work is both traditional and progressive. It has a fluidity and is capable of bridging otherwise disparate visual aesthetics to connect historic themes and realistic treatment with a bold and even gritty street aesthetic. Celebrated for his detailed line work and bold color palette, the artist can render realistic portraiture, still lives, and landscapes with the same intricacy as his graffiti work. Some of his most interesting work blends these techniques of visual language and have been commissioned by wide range of clients like Nike, Pandora, and Verizon.
Asend’s mural of Eleven from Stranger Things can be seen at Sleigh Baby.
Suico’s artistic career has ranged from writing, editing, producing and directing multiple short films which has garner praise from his peers. Suico’s paintings have been shown all over Chicago, Miami Art Week and Asia Contemporary Art Hong-Kong. His natural artistic eye has allowed him to curate multiple successful popups which involved; Michelin star restaurants, museum directors, gallery owners, and top nonprofit organizations.
Suico’s Stranger Things alphabet wallpaper can be seen at Sleigh Baby.
Revealing the fault lines that still exist in a swiftly changing America, multiracial artist, designer, and gallery owner Phillip Scott challenges implicit beliefs surrounding identity, issues of racial privilege, and marginalization. Through his signature color scheme of black and white, P. Scott seeks to expose the fetish for opposites as well as transcend these dichotomies particularly in their relation to race.
Scott will have a portrait of Gizmo from Gremlins at Sleigh Baby.
Mario INK has established itself as an professional extreme makeup and tattoo company headquartered in Chicago. We are a group of tattoo enthusiasts, body painters, and extreme beauty and HD airbrush makeup artists collaborating under the direction of Mario Ceja who is a Mehron featured artist with years of experience in airbrushing and body art.
Mario INK painted Edward Scissorhands at Sleigh Baby.