Delfina Venditti - Graphic Designer
Delfina lives in Buenos Aires, but her creativity travels the universe. She draws and designs all day long, and she possesses a magical talent that allows her to tell a story using only one image. It is thanks to Delfina that AIRDROP looks and feels so good. Using playful themes and colours, combining them with strong emotions and flawless taste, Delfina creates, and invites us to enjoy, her personal world, always animated.
Remolino, the famous Buenos Aires based design agency was mostly founded by Delfina, and acquired such reknown thanks to her unique vision. At the moment Delfina works very hard for her international clients, never following the trend, but always innovating.
Delfina studied graphic design in the Universidad de Buenos Aires, previously worked for important textile manufacturers, organising festivals for German cinema and collaborating with the Centro Cultural General San Martin in Buenos Aires.
Estelle Saint-Bris - Graphic Designer
Estelle was born and grew up in Paris, where she carried on her studies at Penninghen before transfering to Parsons New-York. She was influenced by the motion graphics of Saul Bass and started working for Première Heure Productions in Paris, putting her creativity to the service of music artists (Brigitte Fontaine, M, Julien Clerc) as well as working for Le Palais de Tokyo, Paris’ museum of Modern Art, and TF1, France’s first TV channel.
Later moving back to NYC, Estelle co-founded the company Wine’s Up, launching the first high quality wines distribution company with customized labels. The company features great clients, and an impressive growth thanks to her talent.
However Estelle saves some time on the side, to keep working on personal projects, as well as offering AirDrop clients and artists outstanding, edgy creations and visual consulting.
Bedoian - Street Artist/ Painter
Maria Bedoian is from Buenos Aires, she studied Design and Fine Arts at the London Metropolitan University, but she is now back in her hometown with an extreme activity going on. From painting in her own studio, to realising immense graphics under tunnels, to organising open live street art session where literally anyone can participate and paint on walls, Bedoian shows her work next to Eduardo Stupia’s, in the Borges Cultural Center, one of the most important in town. Recently, AirDrop asked Bedoian to realise a series of flyer for our events in NYC, you can find them in our gallery.
Anda Stelian – Ceramicist
Anda Stelian is a ceramicist, dividing her time between New York and Paris. Born in Romania, Stelian immigrated to Belgium as a child.
She studied architecture, receiving a degree from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et Arts Visuels, La Cambre and became a practicing architect in Belgium, France and New York. While working as an architect, she discovered clay.
In 2003 Anda decided to concentrate on ceramics and studied at the Institut Français de la Céramique de Sévres. She set up her own studio in Le Vesinet, near Paris and started teaching ceramics. Stelian has participated in competitions and thematic exhibitions in France.
In New York, Anda discovered Greenwich House Pottery where she was granted an Anna Siok award for her ceramics.
Fascinated by the restriction presented by the structure of the box, Anda continues to explore negative and positive space within it. Her “subject boxes” go from abstract composition to images inspired by everyday life. In the tradition of clay water vessels, Anda’s pieces have been conceived as receptacles for liquid, reflecting light and showing layers of depth and shadow. Her ceramic pieces are made of stoneware, of intricate slab construction. They keep the graphic quality of the original drawings that inspire the piece.
Maggie Wells – Ceramicist
A graduate of Rhodes Island School of Design (RISD), Maggie Wells has made her presence known out in San Francisco before settling more permanently in the trendy Soho area where she has set herself up in a beautiful studio to showcase her many works.
Her ceramics are made using either white matte surface or a black luster glaze so as to not distract the eye from the true importance of the work, which lies in the expressiveness of the form.
Through her ceramics she pursues novel forms with anthropomorphic associations to convey emotions in a more abstract way. Many of her ceramics are originally intended to be sculptures, but have been and can be used as vases, lamp bases or even table bases. Each piece is unique, one of a kind and hand built with coils. Maggie’s pieces can be seen here.
Stacy Teitel – Illustrator
Stacy grew up in the busy suburbs of New Jersey. In pursuit of fresh air and a creative environment, continued her art education in Portland, Maine. She graduated from Maine College of Art with a BFA in illustration in 2007 and a minor in drawing. Stacy now resides in Oakland, California.
She works in a variety of mediums and styles based on the individual concept of projects. While her preferred materials are pen and ink, she has much experience working in gouache, oils, and she uses Supersculpey for constructing 3D illustrated characters. She also enjoys working collaboratively on projects with others. Check out her work.
Note: For the sake of a clear website, we are unable to currently have all of our artists present at this moment, so if you are interested in a particular type of art or style, let us know.
If you are a visual artist of any type and seeking help with finding opportunities internationally, please send us an email with a bio and pictures of your works.