Volcom's Featured Artist program builds on the brand's rich history of collaborations. Since its inception, Volcom has provided a creative platform for expression. From streetwear to accessories, Volcom Featured Artist brings edgy ideas & designs to new canvases.
Volcom's Featured Artist program stands in tradition with the brand. The focus is on regular streetwear collections in collaboration with artists, designers and other movers and shakers. Volcom Featured Artist brings you t-shirts, hoodies, longsleeves and accessories like beanies and caps with highly creative and unusual motifs.
Max Loeffler is an illustrator and graphic designer influenced by both classic surrealists and retro science-fiction book covers. Max Loeffler's illustrations are based in a surreal and melancholic parallel universe. They take a look beneath the surface and behind the supposedly obvious, making his works an exciting experience.
Freak City is an illustrator from Bordeaux born in 1984. He was influenced by the pop culture of his childhood, with the main influences that shaped his direction now lying somewhere between American comics and punk aesthetics.
Mike Mailman aka Pentagram Pizza was hired as the first graphic designer in Volcom's art department in 1996. It was his concert flyers for local punk and metal bands in particular that caused a stir at the time. Although he was more known for his collage art during the brand's heyday in the 90s, he now works almost exclusively with ink and brush.
Little by little, Elzo Durt has defined his own path by designing record covers and posters for numerous bands and labels. Elzo's cheerful, morbid universe can now be found on magazine covers, festival posters, record sleeves, but also in newspapers like Le Monde.
Animoscillator (Dan Haywood) uses modern vintage and retro technologies to create eye-opening and possibly borderline mind-blowing video art. Constantly experimenting with anything that can be recorded and distorted, Animoscillator creates new media artworks that are dramatic, intriguing and, at the very least, eerie.