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Art is Beautiful is an art collaboration series between some of the festival’s most beloved performers and their favorite visual artists.

Limited-edition prints starting at $50 with proceeds to benefit a groundbreaking new initiative to support emerging creatives.

COLLABORATIONS


Each unique art piece was developed around the theme “Art is Beautiful”. Learn more about each collab and get to know each artists’ style, prior work, and start shopping below.

Dillon Francis x Chad Knight

What does Happiness look like at an atomic level? You could ask a scientist OR you could ask Dillon Francis and Chad Knight whose collaboration just may shed some light on this topic for you. And even if you don’t learn anything from them, you’ll still have yourself a dope piece of art from these two creative icons.

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ODESZA x ma-ko

How on earth did ma-ko and ODESZA manage to express such profound, specific emotions from an art piece that centers around epic and vast landscapes? Perhaps it’s because his collaboration with ODESZA doesn’t even take place on Earth in the first place. This piece makes you feel like you’re approaching something larger than yourself, putting life into perspective and bringing you back to the things that are important. Amen.

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Rebelution x Pedro Correa

A deep appreciation for both psychedelic art and Brazilian culture drew Rebelution to Pedro Correa’s distinctive work. This truly unique piece of art weaves together concepts of time, wisdom and finding peace in aging, which were among the central lyrical themes from the band’s recent album, “In the Moment”. You’ve never seen anything quite like this.

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Surf Mesa x Morten Lasskogen

Imagine if the physical puzzle pieces that make up our experience on earth — gravity, animals, mountains, climate, light — were re-assembled to present an entirely different experience of and perspective on your world. Well, with their collaboration, Surf Mesa and Morten Lasskogen have created just that and we hope this piece sparks your imagination.

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Big Gigantic x Lauren Martin

For Big Gigantic and Lauren Martin, the creative forces behind this collaboration, Life is Beautiful when we are hopeful and can look forward to our tomorrow — a brighter future, if you will. And as this light-hearted and colorful piece suggests, for life to be beautiful we need an abundance of music, love, positivity and good vibes.

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ODIE x Veronica Fernandez

A shared passion for finding “beauty in chaos” in their creative work is what brought these two souls together to collaborate. Featuring a canvas exploding with unique colors, this piece was created around the concept of a young man finding his creative path within his mind and throughout the universe.

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Alaina Castillo x Caitlyn Grabenstein

Close your eyes and imagine your front door opening into a parallel universe — that’s what Alaina and Caitlyn did for their collaboration. Their world is pink, purple, and black. It’s feminine and dangerous, floral and mysterious, and it unquestionably screams of growth and promise. No matter how your day is going, one look at this piece and your mood will be reset as you are reminded of all the possibility and beauty accessible to you with imagination.

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HOW TO BUY

Limited-edition 10×15” and 16×24” framed and unframed prints will be available to purchase. They will sell out quickly.

Prices start at $50 and proceeds from purchases will help provide artists in need with financial assistance.

ABOUT

Art is Beautiful’s core belief is that the health and advancement of humanity fundamentally depends on a thriving creative class.

Through our new initiative, qualified artists will soon be able to receive Universal Basic Income, a form of monthly economic assistance, enabling them to continue focusing on their artistic pursuits and making contributions to our lives with their work.

From the communities we belong to and how we express ourselves to the innovations and industries that improve our quality of living, modern society tends to take for granted the influence that artists and the arts have had on our identities, our ability to solve problems and how we live. So, while arts programs continue to have their budgets cut and the path to building a sustainable career as an artist has become increasingly challenging, it is our aim to provide critical financial support to the aspiring and working creators of today to ensure an even better tomorrow… as if our livelihoods depended on it.