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David Heo Ariel Sinha Steve Seeley Langston Allston Kelly Knaga Sergio Farfan

December 6, 2021: David Heo

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Hat 1: David Heo

December 6, 2021 / Bulls vs. Nuggets / Buy Tickets /

David Heo (B. 1992, Georgia) is a Chicago-based artist. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In recent works, Heo commonly utilizes history, to illustrate a range of folklore from grand, mythic metanarratives to quiet frames of daily life. Heo renders the traditional into the contemporary as he processes his personal experiences at the moment.

Hat 2: Ariel Sinha

January 7, 2022 / Bulls vs. Wizards / Pride Night / Buy Tickets /

Ariel Sinha is a self-taught designer and illustrator based in Chicago. She specializes in illustrations featuring bold portraits, organic shapes, vibrant colors and a touch of humor to create pieces that are representative of people and stories from all walks of life. Ariel spends her nights and weekends chasing a side career as an improvisor in Chicago's world-class comedy scene, experimenting with clay and collage media, and kissing her two dogs, Blue and Jedi, right on their snouts.

Hat 3: Steve Seeley

January 30, 2022 / Bulls vs. Trail Blazers / Bulls Kid Nation Game / Buy Tickets /

Steve Seeley is an artist living in Berwyn, IL. His art has been shown at galleries and institutions both throughout the U.S and internationally. He is a founding member and co-owner of POP!NK Editions, a fine art screen printing company in Chicago. Additionally, he enjoys collecting unique and obscure things and dabbles in writing comics. His free time is spent with his wife Jenny, their two cats, and their awesome dog, Egg.

Hat 4: Langston Allston

February 24, 2022 / Bulls vs. Hawks / Buy Tickets /

Langston Allston is an artist and muralist with a deep love and an enduring connection to Chicago. His work has taken him around the world, but the city remains close to his heart as the birthplace of his career, and as an enduring inspiration for his work. Langston's work has appeared across the country, with murals on the Chicago Bulls Advocate Center, in community organizations like The Blocc, in Chicago, and on the facade of historic buildings, like the St. Rose De Lima cathedral in New Orleans. His paintings and drawings have been displayed in museum shows with the Contemporary Arts Center, in New Orleans, the New Orleans African American Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Art, in Brooklyn.

Hat 5: Kelly Knaga

March 4, 2022 / Bulls vs. Bucks / Women's History Month Game / Buy Tickets /

Kelly Knaga (she /her) is an artist, illustrator, and muralist living and working on a beautiful piece of land just outside of Chicago. She designs fun projects for her clients by day while renovating a house and building her dream vegetable garden with her partner and 2 beautiful kiddos on nights and weekends.

Knaga's work is influenced by nature, including her childhood growing up on her grandparents' farm and living on the west coast. Her works investigate flora, landscapes, and our relationship with the environment by layering shape, image, color, and story. The use of color exploits historical and sometimes fictional references through anthropological studies, mapmaking, and storytelling. Knaga is also a design educator and co-founder of Art and Action Community Lab. Knaga's work can be found in private collections, galleries, public art spaces, magazines, department stores, and on physical and digital products.

Hat 6: Sergio Farfan

March 21, 2022 / Bulls vs. Raptors / Noches Éne•Bé•A / Buy Tickets /

Sergio Farfán blends the experiences from his hometown in Peru with the life he’s lived in Chicago to create works that focus on the struggles, dreams, and emotions that people go through in their life. Farfán began to draw as a form of therapy as he struggled through his anxiety. Whatever was troubling him or whenever he just wanted to forget what was going on in the world around him, he found refuge in his art and would draw his favorite cartoon characters he would see on TV. As he grew up, he noticed that other people had their own stories to tell which he related to and uses as inspiration. Farfán’s creative process comes from utilizing a range of mediums and integrating stylistic techniques from realism to abstraction to create his pieces. He has provided artwork for public and private events, some of which included Chad Smith, from the band “Red Hot Chili Peppers”, performing in front of his work to designing the concert poster of Grammy Award-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma.