One World Artist Gallery

Schooled by Paper is grateful to all the talented professional artists around the world who have collaborated with us over time and in a variety of ways. Below are some of those who have helped us continue to expand the possibilities of what we are and what we can do together.

If you are a working artist who would like to collaborate in a unique way, contact us. We especially dig countries and cultures we have not yet represented.

Zharia Shinn (Brooklyn, NY, USA)

Zharia Shinn is an American animator, illustrator, and artist based in Brooklyn, New York who explores the distortion of pre-existing visual aesthetics used to depict people of color in her paper and fabric portraits. She was the first to sew fabric into the paper-leather body of the Classic DrawBag in an original design pictured above. An interview with Zharia can be found here.

Swoof One (Bali, Indonesia)

Wayan Subudi (aka Swoof One) is an Indonesian street artist and designer whose themes and style embrace the spiritual and the ornamental. He was the first to design a Classic DrawBag in a reductive style by masking areas and then spray painting the exposed paper. He also has collaborated on an unreleased LunchKraft lunchbox print (pictured above on the top left) and a new shoulder bag design print (on the bottom left).

Ches (Moscow, Russia)

Evgeny Dolzhansky (aka Ches) is a Russian painter and graffiti artist. He was the first graffiti artist to hand paint a Classic DrawBag (seen on the right) and has since then collaborated on several brand video projects. He is also the designer of the LunchKraft lunchbox logo.

Natsuki Otani (Japan)

Natsuki Otani is a Tokyo-born illustrator working in Sweden whose hope is that her illustration can make people happy even if it is for a moment, uniting dreams and reality in a feast of color and complexity. Her hand painted design on a Classic DrawBag can be seen above on the left, as well as her original LunchKraft lunchbox print on the right. An interview with Natsuki can be found here.

Daniel Padure (Romania)

Daniel Padure is a Romanian illustrator and street artist based in Porto. Seen above on the left is a hand painted design of Daniel’s on a Classic DrawBag and a currently unreleased LunchKraft lunchbox print on the right.

María Uve (Spain)

María Uve is a Spanish illustrator, photographer, and digital artist, whose style is easily recognized in her hand painted Classic DrawBag. You can read an interview with her about her and her work here.

Sirock (Mexico)

Angel Huerta Flowers (aka Sirock) is a Mexican urban artist who paints on canvas and in the streets. His style relies heavily on caricature and original character creation, integrating the techniques of stencil, spray, & illustration. Seen above on the right is a hand painted design of Sirock’s on a Classic DrawBag and a currently unreleased LunchKraft lunchbox print on the left. An interview with Sirock can be found here.

Jesuso Ortiz (Spain)

Jesuso Ortiz is a Spanish designer, illustrator, artist, and humanoid, with his abstract painting style seen in his Classic DrawBag above. An interview with him can be found here.

Giobi (Italy)

Giovanna Buonocore (aka Giobi) is an Italian illustrator and graphic designer based in Milan. Her hand drawn style can be seen in the Classic DrawBag above.

Addy Debil (Bandung, Indonesia)

Addy Debil (aka WHOP) is an Indonesian illustrator, street artist, and doodler whose distinctive style can be seen in his Classic DrawBag above.

Fumui Wong (Hong Kong)

Fumui Wong is a Chinese painter, illustrator, and ceramicist who combines eastern and western themes frequently in her work. Above is her hand painted Classic DrawBag.

Draks (Italy)

Benedetto de Stefani (aka Draks) is an Italian illustrator, graffiti, and street artist. His hand drawn Classic DrawBag can be above on the left as well as a currently unreleased LunchKraft lunchbox print on the right.

Jade Beale-Linklater (New Zealand)

Jade Beale-Linklater is a Kiwi artist and art teacher. Her works use intricate pattern-work with some stenciling and a splash of color. An interview with her can be found here.

Mario Jin (Italy)

Mario de Stefani (aka Mario Jin) is an Italian graffiti artist and illustrator whose painting style blends illustration, cartooning, and street art along with realistic representations. He has designed a currently unreleased print for the LunchKraft lunchbox (seen above on the left) and hand painted his own Classic DrawBag. An interview with Mario can be found here.

Eka Mardiyasa (Bali, Indonesia)

I Putu Eka Mardiyasa is an Indonesian tattoo artist and illustrator based in Bali who hand painted a Classic DrawBag for local arts fundraising.

Acer (Portugal)

André Perreira (aka Acer) is a Portuguese model, illustrator & street artist (graffiti) specializing in 3D and character artwork. A hand drawn Classic DrawBag by Acer can be seen on the right as well as a currently unreleased print for the LunchKraft lunchbox on the upper left.  An interview with Acer can be found here.

Claudia Sahuquillo (Spain)

Claudia is a Spanish artist, feminist, and entrepreneur living in Barcelona who has hand painted a Classic DrawBag in brush and ink.

Abdelaziz Hounti (Morocco)

Abdelaziz is a Moroccan artist working in Casablanca whose style focuses heavily on figurative and abstract painting. You can see his distinctive painting style in the Classic DrawBag he painted above.

Indrė Šidlauskaitė (Lithuania)

Indrė Šidlauskaitė is a Lithuanian photographer and designer who has spent her recent years exploring the similarities and differences between world cultures. Her Classic DrawBag seen above was hand drawn with an ink pen.

Harry Bones (Spain)

Harry Bones is a Spanish graffiti and street artist and designer working in Barcelona who hand drew the Classic DrawBag above using black and red permanent maker.

Sune Nesu (Mexico)

Antonio Emmanuel Hernández Torres (aka Sune Nesu) is a Mexican painter and street artist who creates fantastical creatures of color and pattern. AN interview with Sune can be found here.

Marioky (Italy)

Mariella Gentile (aka Marioky) is an Italian architect and street artist who hand drew this nautical-themed Classic DrawBag.

FLOP (Brazil)

Fábio Panone Lopes (aka FLOP) is a Brazilian architect and artist who mixes the expressive lines of his architecture with the super colorful fills of his graffiti art. He produced this reversible “Guardian” design on a Classic DrawBag during his participation in the Lusofonia Festival in Macau.

Derek Brown (South Africa)

Derek Brown is a South African mixed media artist and illustrator who produced a unique design on a Classic DrawBag using biro pen and white paint. An interview with him can be found here.

Elena Pancorbo (Spain)

Elena Pancorbo is a Spanish illustrator whose work focuses on the female figure and decorative patterns from nature using a technique combining pencil and pastel colors. You can see her technique used on her Classic DrawBag above.

Psychosomy (Amsterdam)

Nahil Yuser (aka Psychosomy) is an artist and illustrator based in Amsterdam whose abstract style can be seen in his Classic DrawBag above.

El Mordi (Mexico)

Jaime Garcia (aka El Mordi) is a Mexican graphic designer who has always loved to draw and likes to express himself by doing so. He has collaborated on several projects with Schooled by Paper, including a LunchKraft lunchbox print (seen on the top left) and illustrations for a children’s book in progress (on the right). An interview with Jaime can be found here.

Ivan Fans (Russia)

Ivan Fans is a Russian graffiti and street artist whose unique hand lettering style is widely recognizable throughout his work. He has collaborated on several projects with Schooled by Paper, including the very first LunchKraft lunchbox print (seen above on the bottom right), various original designs on DrawBags, video production, and a large scale mural for Magic Kindergarten in Shanghai.