Bornstein used to deal in Asian and African art, and his living room is full of pieces, like this kimono, that nod to his many globetrotting travels. From meditating with Buddhist monks in Thailand's mountains to accidentally skinny-dipping with a swarm of jellyfish, his experiences have all informed his art — not to mention his other pursuits. (He's also a yoga and jujitsu instructor.) Masks aren't Bornstein's only artistic outlets. His home is filled with his oil paintings and figure drawings. The multidisciplinary artist holds a degree in painting and sculpture from Clark University and a master's in art history from Harvard, where he graduated at the top of his class.