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Meet the SNO Designer: Steph Enciso

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Our very own Studio Number One designers will be having their original art on view at Power to the Parks, the upcoming week-long fundraising group exhibition to benefit the National Parks Conservation Association, in collaboration with Parks Project.

Introducing Stephanie Louise Enciso - Studio Number One’s Jr. Graphic Designer

Q. Where are you from?

A. Los Angeles

Q. How would you describe your art practice?

A. Medication

Q. What do you like to listen to while you’re working?

A. Recently Kirin J. Callian, Tyler the Creator, Tears for Fears & Kelis. (Or I listen to “Differences” Ginuwine and “Love Come Down” Evelyn King all day.)

Q. What inspired your artwork for the show?

A. My grandmother passing away and a trip I took to Joshua Tree a few week back with my partner

Q. Do you have a favorite national park?

A. Joshua tree and Death Valley

For more information about the exhibit, please visit https://subliminalprojects.com/exhibitions/power-to-the-parks/.

Meet the SNO Designer: Francisco Reyes Jr.

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Our very own Studio Number One designers will be having their original art on view at Power to the Parks, the upcoming week-long fundraising group exhibition to benefit the National Parks Conservation Association, in collaboration with Parks Project.

Introducing Francisco Reyes Jr. - Studio Number One’s Senior Graphic Designer

Q. Where are you from?

A. Los Angeles, CA.

Q. What’s your favorite part of working at SNO?

A. Getting to do what I love and get paid for it.

Q. How would you describe your art practice?

A. Efficient

Q. What do you like to listen to while you’re working?

A. Worldstar Hiphop.

Q. What inspired your artwork for the show?

A. Mother Nature.

Q. Do you have a favorite national park?

A. Sequoia.

For more information about the exhibit, please visit https://subliminalprojects.com/exhibitions/power-to-the-parks/.

Meet the SNO Designer: Ian Stoufer

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Our very own Studio Number One designers will be having their original art on view at Power to the Parks, the upcoming week-long fundraising group exhibition to benefit the National Parks Conservation Association, in collaboration with Parks Project.

Introducing Ian Stoufer - Studio Number One’s Art Director

Q. Where are you from?

A. Colorado!

Q. What’s your favorite part of working at SNO?

A. The people. I get to work with friends so it doesn’t always feel like a job.

Q. How would you describe your art practice?

A. Undisciplined.

Q. What do you like to listen to while you’re working?

A. Recently Girl Band, The Field, Perel, Thom Yorke, CFCF, Fort Romeau, Huerco S., Bright Channel.

Q. What inspired your artwork for the show?

A, The climate crisis, environmental domination and its correlation to gender and racial oppression, magical mushrooms, and glib refrigerator magnets.

Q. Do you have a favorite national park?

A. Sequoia. I’m a sucker for big trees.

For more information about the exhibit, please visit https://subliminalprojects.com/exhibitions/power-to-the-parks/.

Meet the SNO Designer: Thomas Wimberly

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Our very own Studio Number One designers will be having their original art on view at Power to the Parks, the upcoming week-long fundraising group exhibition to benefit the National Parks Conservation Association, in collaboration with Parks Project.

Introducing Thomas Wimberly - Studio Number One’s Graphic Designer

Q. Where are you from?

A. Louisiana, specifically just south of Baton Rouge.

Q. What’s your favorite part of working at SNO?

A. Building work that I can stand behind ethically.

Q. How would you describe your art practice?

A. Imagery condensed down to their simpler forms that can then act as a vehicle for discussion on current events and issues.

Q. What do you like to listen to while you’re working?

A. Music with a lot of energy. Oftentimes that means punk and rap.

Q. What inspired your artwork for the show?

A. The selflessness of certain park employees that chose to work without pay during the government shutdown. People who did what needed to be done - regardless.

Q. Do you have a favorite national park?

A. I really dig all of the paranormal occurrences that have been reported at Yellowstone.

For more information about the exhibit, please visit https://subliminalprojects.com/exhibitions/power-to-the-parks/.