Lauren Mitchell is a lettering artist, illustrator, and designer based in Oklahoma City. Midwestern-born and Southern-raised, Lauren enjoys creating work that embraces her roots, promotes equality and empathy, and overall brings people joy. She received her BFA in graphic design in 2020 and is currently a graphic designer and freelance artist. Lauren has an appreciation for typography and lettering that has heavily influenced her work and shaped her developing career. Although she often experiments with different styles, her personal aesthetic includes bright, bold colors, southern/western imagery, loose shapes, line work and unique letterforms. You can find more of Lauren’s work on Instagram: @lamitchh.



Greg White is an OKC artist and illustrator. His series of Oklahoma prints was a project that begun in 2016 and was inspired by his love of midcentury travel posters. His style, while diverse, is generally defined by his use of bold colors and a sense of humor. His other work includes illustrations for the New York Times Best Seller, "It Starts with Food," gallery paintings, movie posters, multiple children's books, murals, and an ongoing comic book series, "Aliengaged." His work can be found at DNA Galleries, Blue Seven, Literati Press, Human Interaction, and Chirps and Cheers. Follow him on Instagram @tightywhite or visit








Rose Lindo is a designer and illustrator whose designs serve as a quiet retreat in a world that’s often loud and much too busy. From the time she could hold a crayon, she used creativity to solve problems and translate ideas when words didn’t do the trick. After college, Rose moved to Texas for close to a decade but moved back to Oklahoma with a whole new appreciation for The Sooner State. She currently lives in Edmond with her husband, daughter, and two geriatric pups. Her work has been licensed to companies all over the globe as wallpaper, fabric, and stationery. Rose’s work has been featured in places like West Elm, Southern Living, & Shutterfly. To see more of Rose’s work, follow her on Instagram at @roselindoco.





Ashton Letton is an Oklahoma City based artist. Ashton graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2017 with a BFA in Printmaking & Ceramics. They primarily work with illustration and printmaking but enjoy learning new processes and trying new mediums whenever possible. Much of their art speaks to sadness, identity, and grief through easier to digest styles and characters. To see more of Ashton’s work, follow them on Instagram: @artbyhashlet.



Ryan and Wes Wilson are a creative team who also happen to be brothers. Ryan lives in Oklahoma City, OK and Wes in Denver, CO. They both are dads of hilarious kids and husbands of amazing wives let them stay up late dreaming up all kinds of creative ventures like books, songs, paintings, videos, and websites. You can find Ryan’s illustrations on walls of restaurants and shops in Oklahoma City and Wes’ music on Spotify. If you’re looking for a children’s book, check out their book, Silly Little Sleepyhead on Amazon. You can check out more of the dynamic duo’s work on Instagram at @wilsonbrosillustration or by visiting their website



Meghan Wallace is an Oklahoma City based graphic designer and illustrator. While at Oklahoma State University, Meghan studied both Apparel Design and Graphic Design. She is the creative mind behind Doodle By Meg LLC, that once started out as a passion project in college, but quickly grew to become her own small business. Meghan now sells her art on several online platforms and license to several large retailers including Urban Outfitters, Target, Pacsun, and more. Outside of her own creative ventures, Meghan serves as a graphic designer and social media manager at Oklahoma Shirt Company. To learn more about Meghan and her art, follow her on Instagram at @doodlebymeg.






Matt Magill is an artist, designer, and muralist based in Oklahoma City. After graduating from the University of Oklahoma, Matt moved to Austin, Texas where he worked as an experiential designer and got into trouble in local street art crews. He loves coffee, spray paint, screen-printing, and anything strange or bizarre. Matt's art and design work has given him the opportunity to collaborate with amazing brands like SXSW, Austin City Limits, Facebook, Google, and many more. You can follow Matt at @iammagill on Instagram or see more of his portfolio at




Sydni Nasada is an all-the-time graphic designer, illustrator, and creative problem-solver. Sydni grew up in Drumright, OK and graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a BFA in Graphic Design and a minor in Illustration during her time in OKC. Having started her artist journey at a young age in the traditional mediums of acrylic and pencil drawings, she now finds the most freedom and joy in digital art. Inspired by nature, food, and positivity, she uses attention to detail and color to show the humor in everyday life. To learn more about Sydni and to see more of her work, follow her on Instagram at @nasada.designs or visit her website



Shirlene Bender started quilting ten years ago to spend less time on technology and more time doing a craft that is creative and fun to do with others.  She connects with other quilters as a member of the Oklahoma City Modern Quilt Guild and quilters around the world on Instagram. She teaches basic quilting classes on the weekends at Oklahoma Quiltworks to share her love of quilting.  Shirlene believes that quilts bring people together in celebration, offers comfort when in need, and offers support in charity for the community. To see more of Shirlene’s work, follow her on Instagram: @solidnotions.




Jasmine Jones is a multidisciplinary artist and maker from Midwest City. She officially dove into the OKC art community while studying at Rose State, where she graduated with an Associate in Arts in 2016. She then went on to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art from the University of Oklahoma in 2018. Today, Jasmine explores various artistic ideas, methods, and materials – working with concepts such as spirituality, chains of memory, play, and interaction while utilizing her stylistic 2D and 3D tranquility and whimsy. Jasmine is a member of two artist collectives: Art Group and Factory Obscura. She has also worked with the Arts Council Oklahoma City and SPARK! Creative Lab. Both solo and collaboratively, she creates to show that art can be interactive, immersive, beneficial, and so much more – helping people find curiosity and beauty striking at any moment. Follow Jasmine on Instagram @artof.jasmine.