United State of the Arts

Presented by Alex and Ani ~ Located in Post Park

Scott WadeScott Wade the Dirty Car Artist
Scott Wade, aka “The Dirty Car Artist,” is an internationally recognized artist with an unusual medium: the windows of dirty cars. Using fingers, brushes, and sticks, Scott creates detailed and shaded images on dusty car windows. His work has been featured in print and on television around the world, including Ripley’s, The History Channel’s Modern Marvels, TMC’s Country Fried Home Videos, and the CBS Early Show. The son of an Air Force officer with cartooning skills, Scott picked up drawing at an early age, as well as an interest in music. With skills in many mediums, Scott has taken commissions for sculptures and murals; free-lanced as an illustrator and graphic designer, and played as drummer and percussionist in bands for over thirty years. When he’s not traveling to create his unique Dirty Car Art at fairs and festivals, or for PR stunts and ad campaigns, Scott works as a GUI Designer at Airstrip in San Antonio, designs sets and paints scenery for his community theatre, and plays a few gigs each month near his Central Texas home.


Chalk Guys PhotoThe Chalk Guys
The Chalk Guys are Hector Diaz and Ken Mullen.  First introduced to street painting through the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, in Florida, Hector was hooked from the start.  He quickly paired with lifelong friend, Ken, to recreate a William Waterhouse painting, which would soon become the first of many collaborations.  More recently, they started a journey into the realm of larger-scale pieces, as well as the exciting world of 3D chalk art, and they have not looked back since.  In the past few years, having officially dubbed themselves the “Chalk Guys,” they have shared their 3D street paintings all over Florida and throughout the United States.  For these chalk guys, street painting is about more than an image on a street.  It’s about the process, the crowd interaction, and the great friends that they have met along the way. 

Daniel Pontet PhotoDaniel Pontet
Award-winning multimedia artist, Daniel Pontet has ignited South Florida’s cultural scene with his paintings, caricatures, political cartoons, and illustrations for the past 20 years.   Pontet is revolutionizing the art world with his Impulse Art, a live performance where he paints with his feet inspired by live music, and thus incorporating another point of view in this vast, ever expanding world of contemporary art.  In addition to having been awarded a variety of national and international prizes and acknowledgements, in 2013, he was invited to participate during Art Basel week at Miami River Art Fair.  He regularly performs his ‘Impulse Art’ monthly as part of Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk and has participated in various festivals all over the State of Florida.

RadamesRadames Perez
Radames Perez is a 34 year old Master Barber who started cutting hair at the age of 14 as an after school hobby.  He began entering barber competitions in early 2012 and went on to win 27 competitions, and is the two-time defending heavy weight barber champion. He was featured in Ripley’s believe it or not in 2013 for his unique haircuts. He also has been featured in The Palm Beach Post and on Right This Minute.  Radames Perez is well known throughout his industry as being the pioneer of intricate hair designs without the use of color.