Design / Illustration
Marco Melgrati (@marcomelgrati)
artist & illustrator with a passion for photography, design and poetry.
Scott Balmer (@scott_balmer)
Marianne Rios (@angmaarte)
I love patterns, intricate designs and festive colors. Advocate of Filipino culture, women empowerment and children's right. Member of Gerilya Art Collective follow Gerilya.tumblr.com and anggerilya@instagram
Lizzie Lomax (@lizzielomax)
I am an Illustrator living and working in London, originally from the South West near Stonehenge.
My favourite themes are sustainability, the environment and animals.
Illustrator, artist, writer, journalist.
Mark Wang (@vryaznorange)
I can draw.
Anastacia Sholik (@sholik)
Mystic Kiki (@erikamorus)
Caitlin Boyce (@caitlin-boyce)
Illustrator/Musician/Student of fine arts at University of Michigan/Connoisseur of strange things
follow my instagram for more art--> https://www.instagram.com/spooky.toot/
Katrina Taule (@artbytau)
Alexis Price (@ipaintponies)
The world around us is transforming into the starkly unimaginable. Spacial and sensory understandings are breaking down and the universe we see every day becomes more and more the hideous reflection of our collective unconscious, both familiar and unknown. Pop-Surrealist painter and illustator Alexis Price creates a vivid and provocative body of work that encapsulates this contemporary phantom duality. Self-cannibalizing twins, hermaphroditic archetypes, twisted amputated physiological human forms, grotesque and profane taboo, shapeshifted part-human/part-animal beasts and cosmic alchemical symbolisms populate her artworks dancing alongside lush rainbows and
Sonya Fu (@sonyafu)
Artist from Hong Kong.
creative duo Nadiuska & Priscila Furtado.
Antonio J. Vallejo (@antoniojv)
Spanish artist (Cádiz, 1987) living in Galway, Ireland. Studied Fine Art in the University of Granada and a masters in the University of Sevilla, Spain.
Brooklyn-based; not flippant.
Claiborne Colombo (@claibuco)
mixed-media abstract artist.
mark-making, color and form.
Julika Geissler (@julikageissler)
Megan Buccere (@meganbuccere)
art, things, suff, whatnot Pronounced (bus era)
Megan Hudson Buccere (pronounced bus era) is a narrative painter who works primarily in soft pastels and oils. She attended Louisiana State University, holds a BS in Art Education, and has taught advanced and talented high school art for the past 15 years. Buccere's painting style features soft surreal works that blur the line between beauty and fear, creating stunning pieces with an edge. Her use of coincidental, accidental, and unexpected connections, such as her use of strings, multiple hands, and all knowing eyes, often leaves viewers orphaned with a mix of conflicting feelings and thoughts. Megan i
Onna Voellmer (@onnavoellmer)
Artist ...exploring self as a reflection of nature, and nature as a reflection of self.