Max Chestnut (@explorewithmax)
• Travel & lifestyle photographer & Sony Aficionado • 2018 7-day photo tour dates! Iceland 🇮🇸 April 24-30, Oslo 🇳🇴 May 5-10 •
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Blake Webster (@okblake)
Sometimes I take photos.
Brady Robinson (@brobinson7)
Andrew Wee (@andrewwee)
i don't know what I'm doing with this camera, but God's got my back,
Nicholas Copeland (@nicholaszane)
luke m newton (@newtonography)
art for me & art for you 🏔
lifestyle/portrait photographer 📸
dallas, tx 🏙
Brian James Gilman (@brianjgilman)
📍New York based
Photographer, skydiver, & motorcycle rider.
Katie Leigh (@katieleighhutt)
Blogger + Commercial Photographer • Helping Others Live Their Best Adventure - Mind, Body + Soul • Living Wild blog •
Benjamin Lim (@benjaminlim)
UI/UX - Seattle
숲, 산, 강, 봉우리와 계곡 - Forest, Mountains, Rivers, Peaks and Valleys
Jeremy Holliman (@jhollaholla)
Sharing photos from my travels to 60 countries and 7 continents | I love my coffee black and Sour Patch Kids green | Instagram: @jhollatravels
lover of @michael, the rest is really up in the air.
Mountain Standard is an independent outdoor company redefining mountain product.
The Field (@fieldmag)
digital publication for lovers of good design and the great outdoors
Sara Auman Smith (@saumansmith)
A creative engineer who found her passion in creating with woolfibers, textile, paper and wood, based in The Netherlands.
I'm a French girl, based in Spain, crazy for crafting and designing softies and more!
Woodrow and Co (@woodrowandco)
weaver of one of a kind pieces
Janna Maria Vallee (@jannamaria)
I'm a textile-based artist making primarily woven wall hangings in natural and naturally dyed fibres.
Experience designer, textile maker, photographer, vegetarian.
Bozena Wojtaszek (@bozena_wojtaszek)
textile artist, living in Lodz (Poland)
Carmen Vicente (@carmenvicentefibres)
Textile artist and teacher knitting, spinning, and weaving wool in Toronto, ON.
Mónica Leitão Mota, mixed media and fibreartist (@monicasthreads)
Mixed media and fibre artist in Canada.
My work explores the relationship between transparencies and opacities and their successive, infinite number of shades, textures and colours.
I make stitched drawings using recycled fabrics collected and preserved with the only intention of cutting, layering and stitching them in a way that aims to capture light, contrast and depth.
The tactile contrasts obtained by the graphic stitched lines and the source materials that I use, like the organza, translate the essential drive and inspiration of my current artwork.