Kaia Naadira (@strangebirdproductions)
Kaia Naadira is filmmaker and photographer originally from the historic city of Selma, Alabama. Kaia’s work is inspired by and almost exclusively centers stories from the black, queer community, often with an experimental twist. Believing in centering truth in all their work, many of their projects are informed by real moments in their own life to remind people that they are not alone. Their work has been screened at the BlackStar Film festival in Philadelphia where they won an Audience Award for best short in their age group as well as the Black Trans Media film festival and Revolve Film Festival.
v e t t 🌿 (@elgatoastronauta)
•writer + photographer + videographer•
@vett.who and @elgatoastronauta on instagram
Miguel Carraça (@mcmiles)
I'm a graphic designer and cool dude based in Lisbon, Portugal. Co-Founder of Halfazebra Studio, an independent graphic design studio that responds in various fields of visual communication like branding, packaging, editorial, typography and illustration.
fashion, minimal , photography, me
check out my ig @tiffyhsu below
Artist based in Gothenburg, Sweden. To learn more about me and my art please visit the web pages below. Love, Jenny
Marcel Boer (@smilefootage)
I am a Film Photographer & Creative Developer based in Cologne, Germany.
My first zine "smile forever" is now available in my big cartel shop.
Minimalism - 90s - Urban - Analogue
Giovanna Santinolli (@giovannasantinolli)
Liliana Saucedo (@lillipop)
Liliana is a Los Angeles based photographer whose early interest in analog photography stemmed from the raw beauty she found in 35mm and Medium format film. Her experimentation with film and various mediums defines her dreamlike aesthetic.
Chelsea Moll (@chelseamoll)
contact me for prints
Nick Counts (@nickcounts)
NYC > OSL
Mostly film. Only original work.
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
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Why let the self go?
To keep what the soul needs.
Yoga teacher | artist