Christina Papaioannou

Christina Papaioannou is an Athens-based visual artist from Thessaloniki, Greece. She holds an Integrated Master’s degree from Athens School of Fine Arts. In 2019 she received the MATAROA Award for upcoming artists at 4th Art Thessaloniki InternationalContemporary Art Fair. Her work has been exhibited in Greece, Cyprus, London, and Mallorca and is included in private collections. Her debut solo exhibition titled “Let the Lion Talk”, took place at Sianti Gallery, Athens, in 2022 curated by art historian Thanassis Moutsopoulos. She is currently working on her solo exhibition in Vienna in September 2023 at AG18 Gallery.

Anna Tzortzi

Anna Tzortzi was born and brought up in Athens. She studied painting and printmaking at the School of Fine Arts of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where she graduated in 2014. Later she focused on sculpture and continued her studies for a second degree at the Athens School of Fine Arts. Her love for illustration goes back to her childhood years when she enjoyed getting lost in the fictional worlds of picturebooks. Her interest in this form of art followed her through her studying years in visual arts and in the present she works as a freelance illustrator creating mainly editorial and book illustrations. In 2022 she won a merit in EBGE awards in cover illustration. In 2023 she won the EBGE award in book illustration for the children’s book “Myrto and the Smyrna of Wonders”, Patakis Publishers.

Konstantina Sidiropoulou

My name is Konstantina Sidiropoulou and I am a painter based in Kavala, Greece. I grew up in Kavala and studied Painting at the Edinburgh College of Arts. I took part in several exhibitions in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Germany, Athens, and Kavala.

Dimitris Papazoglou

Designer, Author
Member of the Historical and Ethnological Society of Greece.

Over the past three decades, Dimitris has produced integrated design solutions for some of the most renowned global institutions, including the: National Library of GreeceAthens and Epidaurus FestivalThessaloniki International Film FestivalMusée d’Orsay, Centre Pompidou as well as iconic brands, such as NikeHuaweiThe New York TimesVolvo and Volvo Ocean RaceThe Beatles, etc. Awarded with many international design awards and industry distinctions, Dimitris’ has been characterized as one of the most influential Greek designers of our time. In 2022, he was honoured to be announced as a member of the Historical and Ethnological Society of Greece.


Petroula Labrinakou

Petroula is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Athens. She is an independent creator, mainly working digitally. Petroula’s artwork is signed under the name Little Stone, which is a playful translation of the actual name.

She likes exploring vibrant colours and creating narratives through simple shapes and natural texture details. Body and nature elements are used in a way to reveal beauty, simplicity and joy. Petroula believes that all bodies and creatures are beautiful within their imperfections.

“Colors give me so good vibes. Most of the time my sketches are very rough. I can’t hold on to the joy of adding colour. When people feel reach deep feelings while looking at my artwork that is a moment of fulfillment”

Peace + Chaos

Peace + Chaos = Nefeli + Dimitris.

An equation of authentic style + evolving attitudes.
A marriage of spirit + love; cool + dynamic.
At the heart of this inspired marque de mode is a couple whose professional + personal lives are intertwined, and whose combined visionary talents have shaped + styled their path.

Their philosophy?

“Stay grounded + true to your authentic self.”

As a brand, Peace+Chaos signifies the strength of polarized energies where contradictions create the perfect symbiotic balance.

The Chaka insignia represents Peace+Chaos, which is inspired by the sacred Inca Cross, symbolizing the soul of life + the significance of spiritual transition to an elevated state. Thus creating a sense of holistic harmony – central to the Peace+Chaos ideology.

Peace & Chaos

Marianna Symeonidi

Marianna is an artist & graphic designer. Born and raised in Greece, she draws inspiration from the rich cultural heritage and scenic beauty of the Mediterranean. With a passion for exploring the idea of what brings people together, Marianna creates artworks showing pretty table set-ups, often depicting memories from her summers around Greece. With a keen eye for detail and a natural flair for design, she pushes the boundaries of traditional art forms, while staying true to their roots and cultural identity.

Patroklos Karantinos

Patroklos Karantinos (aka Harrison Nikiforos) was born and raised in Athens in 1980; since 2010 he lives and works in the US.

He started doodling on books and notebooks at a young age, but it wasn’t until very recently that he started exploring it further and sharing it with the world.

Most of his doodles are reminiscent of/inspired by his hometown of Athens.


Δeltakappadesign is an Athens-based collaboration by the twin sisters Dimitra and Katerina Tzivelos – who have come together to share their passion for art and design. Artist Dimitra creates the designs and emblems, while the Interior Designer Katerina gives them ‘life’, transforming the works into distinctive objects of art.

Artist Dimitra Tzivelos, employing a lyrical black-and-white technique, over the last few years has been presenting a series of original work of art and ‘giclee prints’, inspired by Greek folk tradition and architecture, as well as by the timeless beauty of Classical Greece.

A very different source of inspiration comes from Nature and its wildness, the Animal Kingdom, and the Sea World.

Δeltakappadesign is a concept design brand of high aesthetics, premium quality, and available in limited numbers. All Δk’s work, is designed, handcrafted, and produced in Greece.

A few words from the artist Dimitra Tzivelos:

All the designs and the entire process are done by hand.

Once the work has been sketched out, I begin to build the image by breaking it up into smaller sections using extra fine point markers (no. 0.1 – 0.2 – 0.3 -0.5). Each section is then filled out by combining several influences by different artistic styles / forms (i.e. Islamic, Gothic, Ancient Greek, Indian etc.), gradually giving birth to the final artwork. Once the artwork is complete, it is cut out by hand with a lancet. The cut out piece, is then placed upon a new piece of paper, in order to provide a slight height difference and create a small dimensional illusion

Nafsika Tzanou

Nafsika Tzanou is an architect based in Athens, Greece.

She holds a Diploma in Architectural Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (1995) and a Master in Architectural Design from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (1998).

Her artwork “The Analogue Collection” was presented publicly in 2020.

Her mottos are:

  • Inspired by culture and nature
  • Fuelled by ethics and aesthetics
  • Empowered by philosophy and science