We're stoked on the art works of Jesse Moretti.
"Create surfaces that flutter between the flat and dimensional. Utilizing collage, design and op-art perceptual techniques, they exist in a liminal state, an active position between flatness and dimensionality, the real and imagined. These idealized images supplant reality and point to a lack of representational fixity with a continual play between the literal and illusionistic. The forms reference architecture, landscape, design and myth, reimagining them to become something other. I am interested in how historical references may collapse into the present and create a proposition towards an alternate conception of cultural objects. In so doing they act as points of departure from pure image and offer a parallax view."