Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican singer, rapper and producer. Emerging in 2016, he quickly rose to national success on the strength of his early singles and is currently one of the most sought-after artists in the Latin urban/trap genre and making waves far outside the world of reggaetón and Latin trap. Bad Bunny has collaborated with some of the biggest names in rap and reggaetón. In 2017, he reached more than four billion streams on YouTube, and received his first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2018. His unique style and passion for the arts has led him to be a global icon in music, fashion, art and culture.
Alexander Mijares, Miami-born and internationally acclaimed artist with Cuban and Spanish roots, is known for his pieces created rich in culture. Mijares has collaborated with artists such as Pitbull during the World Cup, and has created custom pieces for Justin Bieber, Pharrell, Tori Kelly, and Alejandro Sanz. He also remains an active philanthropist with his charitable efforts spanning from Haiti to the Dominican Republic and Cuba. Mijares received accolades by publications such as GQ, Forbes,The Huffington Post, CBSand more, even being named one of the "Top Up-and-Coming South Florida Visual Artists."
Sabrina Yanguas, Colombian-born artist, moved to Miami to live the American Dream. With the beautiful weather, crisp air and beaches, Yanguas started exploring her artistic vein on the canvas and began sculpting and painting. Over the years, her talents have led her to exhibiting her works at Art Basel, partnering with Gallery CA’ d’Oro and Ducati. With a passion for giving, Yanguas collaborated with Give To Colombia, and auctioned off a helmet she painted for Indy 500 race car driver, Sebastian Saavedra, to give back to her native country. In 2017, she was commissioned by VH1 to collaborate with J Balvin to paint a guitar, which then appeared in a Rihanna and DJ Khaled video. When she’s not painting, she’s in the kitchen cooking –another one of her passions.
David Flores, Los Angeles-based artist and sculptor, creates art that embodies urban street culture. Flores started as a skateboarding illustrator, and then designed and produced his own limited-edition vinyl toys, clothing, and paintings with his unique self-proclaimed art style known as “stained glass.” His unique art style led to collaborations with brands such as OBEY, Stussy and Kidrobot. Flores continues to enjoy creating art as an urban artist and truly enjoys the street art movement since it allows individuals to speak their opinions out.