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BKN Magazine (@bknmagazine)
Photography magazine exploring new talent and visual culture
Ken Tsunami Shep (@undergroundtsu)
Ted Newsome (@tednewsome)
Honey Leigh (@honeyleigh)
Professional nap taker & proud owner of a shadow
Itzel Villalvazo (@itzelvillalvazo)
Cancún, México | NYC
Utah based photographer
Ideas over gear
Paulo Abreu (@abreupaulo)
Fine Art Photographer and Visual Artist
Manuel Puhl (@k_f_k_o)
Freelance Communication Designer
Jeremy Tourvieille (@jeremtourv)
Photographe + directeur artistique travaillant entre Bordeaux et Genèeve
Kevin Focht (@kevinfocht)
Fashion/sportwear photographer based in Portland Oregon.
Rory Power (@rorypower)
35mm / 120
Carolina Caniuguir (@carolinacaniuguir)
Tobin Yelland (@tobinyelland)
Photographer & Director
Christian Wischnewski (@wischnik)
i'm a collage artist and illustrator from berlin / germany.
Chunbum Park (@chunbumpark)
In my art, I present beauty in the form of female nudes, flowers, and animals. I believe that beauty can represent a form of truth that is internal and universal because of the shared understanding and perception that beauty can provide. I pay homage to the female nudes because I find them beautiful and exciting; I paint flowers because I find them beautiful; and I paint the male counterparts to the female nudes as animals because I do not find the male body to be exciting, which is why I turn them into animals.
Anna Wypych (@annawypych)
Anna Wypych, based in Poland, paints realistic portraits in the traditional oil technique. Her art contains elements of hiperrealizm, surrealism and pure imaginative. Characteristic for her are philosophical texts, which always complements her works. Artist concentrates on human condition and her powerful women portraits, shows variety of inner strength which can be found in people seen from positive point of view.
Cristina Burns (@cristinaburns)
ᴡᴡᴡ.cristina-burns.okcx.ru -- еnтеr тhе ⅿаⅉеꜱтⅰс rоⅿаn lоᴠе то ⅿеет а коⅿаn ꜰоr ꜱех уоu ꜱееⅿ ᴘrоbаbⅰlⅰту тhеn.
Lydia Hamblet (@lydiahamblet)
My work is derived from a keen interest in the environment around me. Using a combination of printmaking, painting and drawing, I explore the relationship between place and memory, whilst investigating ways in which colour, lines and layers can inform the narrative of my work.
Adam Ambro (@ajambro)
Beginning with a recycled canvas of newspaper, layers of pen, marker and whatever else happens to be within arm's reach are added. The end result is a highly textured, imperfect interpretation of some of the world's most iconic adventuremobiles.
Gerson Cabrera (@gersoncabrera)