MEET THE 2020 winning ARTISTS

Prize winners receive their own mat and over $3000 in cash and prizes.
Kids winner receives their own mat plus $1000 of kids yoga mats with the winners design will be donated to the youth yoga program of their choice.

Zak Korvin
First Place Winner

Zak Korvin is an English artist creating hand-drawn art, filled with sacred geometry, to raise consciousness and explore the realms that can only be seen by those who seek. Zak discovered sacred geometry whilst on a sort of vision quest in the Peruvian Amazon in 2014. Ever since, he has had an unexplainable fascination with it and tries to incorporate it into all of his work in some way or another.

Moi Gomez
Second Place Winner

Hi, my name is Moi and I come from Guadalajara, Mexico. I study Geology and in my spare time I draw to relax. When you are doing yoga or drawing, you really need to focus on what you are doing.

Eleonora Tomassi
Third Place Winner

Eleonora was born and raised in the heart of Rome, Italy, but she has been living overseas for the past 8 years between UK, South East Asia and she is currently based in Melbourne. After graduating in Communication, Anthropology and Literature she moved to London where she took a Diploma in Photography and started her career as a Fine Art and Portrait photographer. She defines herself more of an artist, than just a photographer as her creative way of living manifests through various forms of art like painting, pottery and cooking. Along with creativity, yoga plays a big part in her life. Her holistic approach to life over the last year made Eleonora look at yoga not just as a practice but a way of living.

Josepha yoloha artist

Josefa
Kids Winner

My name is Josefa, born in a beautiful area of Bavaria in Germany. My hobbies are gymnastics, swimming and being creative, for example drawing and designing something. In the future I would like to be a graphic designer. While growing up, I was influenced by yoga because my mother is a well known yoga teacher. The inspiration of this design was during my last summer holiday in 2019 where every day we had such an incredible sunset on the beach and the elephant symbolizes the force and energy which I connected with yoga.

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Prize winners also receive

RADROLLER

Massage Tools

YOGIAPPROVED

1 Year- Unlimited Online Yoga Classes

APIS MERCANTILE

CBD Tincture and Hemp Honey

NECTAR

Sunglasses

Toadfish Outfitters

Can Coolers,
Eco-Tote, Eco-Canteen and
Coastal Kitchen Set

Lumi Basics

Scrub and Facial Oil

MEET THE 2019 winning ARTISTS

Aleksandra Yoloha Yoga Artist

Aleksandra Borisova
1st Place Winner

My name is Aleksandra, born in Vladivostok. My early penchant for drawing and painting which seems to be a family tradition, was heightened while at the University studying environmental design, where art was a big component.  My main source of inspiration is the love of nature, mostly influenced by my childhood experience, great part of which was spent in the country side. This love for nature in its different facets has led me into becoming a free-diving instructor. I found new resources of strength, inspiration and peace while holding my breath at the bottom of the sea.  Despite my different professional activities, drawing and painting have remained a major and important part of my life.

Mark Longenecker
2nd Place Winner

Mark Longenecker lived in Key West, FL and worked as a graphic designer, designing logos and other artwork for the local businesses, as well as Jimmy Buffett’s recording studio. Living in the Keys helped him develop a tropical island vibe in his artwork that he now calls “tropistyle”.
He then joined Goldie’s Tattoo, the shop where his roommates worked and got a spot as an apprentice. After a shop trip to a tattoo convention in Miami he was hooked for life. There he saw first hand what the lifestyle of a truly sought after tattoo artist was all about.
 Longenecker decided to settle in Cocoa Beach in 2004 and open up his dream studio, Endless Summer Tattoo. Mark has made himself a fixture of the Cocoa Beach community, donating his time and art to many local charity events and fundraisers. In 2014, was was a competitor on Spike TV’s show Ink Master. He made it to the semi-finals out of 18 artists and was recognized for his will to fight and never give up.

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Elaine Ng Sze Ming,
3rd Place Winner

Elaine is from Penang Island, Malaysia and works as a graphic designer and instructor. She created the Lotus mind design.