Adam Meyer (@adammeyer)
// mixed media artist \
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Budnitz Bicycles (@budnitzbicycles)
The fastest, lightest, and most elegant city bicycles in the world.
Madalyn Knebel (@madalyn_k)
👉🏻✨ stylist | design & creative direction | muse ✨ deeply loves gf food & cocktails & flowers & vintage 👇🏻💌 inquiries
Elizabeth Weinberg (@eliz)
Photographer based in Los Angeles !
Rich Burroughs (@richburroughs)
Art photographer, Unix geek, smartass.
Elise Mesner (@elisemesner)
Cross-Media Artist . Photographer . Dance Commander . Sager . Detroiter to LA.
Mark A. Milic (@modularlab)
Design Studio | デザインスタジオ
Mirella Marie (@mirella)
Owner & creative director of Vertigo.
Contributor for Women of Graphic Design.
The Bakery (@the_bakery)
Award winning graphic design practice from Moscow, Russia.
Tim Burley (@tim_burley)
Head of lient services at Organic
Ross Gunter (@rossgunter)
Independent British graphic designer living in London, working across print and screen.
James Greig (@greig)
Writer, designer, musician, human bean on a bike. Mostly drawing cats.
Believe in® (@believein)
A creative studio united by our love of the designer’s craft, and the power of a simple story well told.
Superfried – Award winning Manchester based studio. Delivering design + branding solutions for international + domestic clients, since 2007.
North East (@northeastco)
Online bookshop on graphic design and visual culture.
Evan Bluetech (@evanbluetech)
I like to make things. Music, art, 3D, web design and more. I produce electronic music as Bluetech (among other names) and I do freelance design and illustration as well as being a partner in Animas Creative Collective design firm.
Boscher Theodor (@boscher)
artist - cologne/germany
Arlo Jamrog (@arlo)
Anna Fischer (@annafischer)
Here at Sacred Phrases we are an outlet for an assortment of art forms, with a focus on recordings. We work with artists who continually blur the lines and call into question the very labels put on them. Ambient, experimental, current electronics, free-form, lo-fi, hi-fi are just some of these labels. At times apt, but often not, Sacred Phrases tries to encourage artists to resist the one-sided nature of genres and labelling and to explore the transmutable nature of art.