Janessas’ Fine Art, Illustration, Fashion Design, and Print ideas are all influenced by the flora and fauna we are surrounded by. She grew up in the wilderness, her passion is in snowboarding, and being surrounded and involved in the mountains, where she is engulfed by the beauty of a large and vast atmosphere.
Rips1 is a talented Swiss artist and illustrator whose artist portfolio includes murals, paintings as well as digital works. An important source of inspiration to his work has been his extensive travels abroad and to be able to leave some of his artwork at places he visits.
Ryan started designing for the ski industry back in college and left the Wisconsin ice for some PNW powder and a job after graduation. He has designed hundreds of skis, products, campaigns, trade shows, POP, packaging, print and digital collateral over the course of nearly 20 years.
Simon Riviere calls himself a full-on snowboard nerd and is freelance illustrator with a lifelong obsession with drawing. Living and working in the UK his creations pop up across the snow industry in editorial illustration, through apparel design, animation, packaging, branding and snowboard graphics.
As an artist Schoph is in a continuous state of creation, he is uncompromising and savage in his execution, using art to show how seamlessly beauty and dark matter can combine in the right hands.
He has contributed art and graphics to some of the most entrenched snowboard companies in the industry, Mervin, Dragon, Elm and now POW. He works closely with his peers in engineering collaborative exhibitions and renegade art installations all over the world.
Vanessa's creative process includes drawing from the natural world. Her passion for snowboarding has shaped her life. Her creative inspiration is alive when she becomes miniature amongst a cathedral of majestic mountain peaks or through the feeling of surfing snow through the magic of mossy, old growth trees. Vanessa's painting style has formed organically from living between mountains and experiencing this life-inspiration, this is an unnamed genre she refers to it as “Mountain-Style”.