YENTA is an illustrative and figurative street artist from Oakland, California. She draws on sadness and mystery to create dark and whimsical environments that embody longing and desire as an emblematic archetype of urban, modern experience.Influenced by autonomy and theories of individuality, YENTA is an ambiguous female figure that questions her existence in the face of overwhelming social forces, her historically Jewish heritage, external culture, and on the technique of life. Luis Pinto is a conceptual artist, graphic designer, and muralist from Lima, Peru. His work draws on parallels between mysticism and contemporary cultural artifice in the face of an increasingly global milieu, wherein new meanings are constantly formulated and articulated and thus generate unique individualized forms of spiritual understanding. His work attempts to uncover these threads of meaning in order to examine the increasingly thin line between the mundane and the metaphysical.