You can call me a "creative". I have worked in TV - entertainment marketing for most of my career. That is where I do stuff like people see in the Richard Scarry Book -"What Do People Do All Day". In this context we call "art", I do things for no "good" reason. Here I play with ideas and how to manifest them. social media is a good place to take work beyond my garage or basement. As of late - I have been working in the clea space of flat graphics that coalesce into various shapes that hopefully bring a little joy or sadness into any viewers life.
Available for illustration and other art stuff,
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Michael Stehle (@eatious)
I love to photograph out of the situation, have mostly a small camera with me. But I am clippers, not a photographer.
Avery Nejam (@averynejam)
Lebanese American artist Avery Nejam also known as, ‘The Candid Observer’ was born in Jackson, Mississippi. At the age of five she became one of the youngest female recreational skateboarders in the South. Her love of skateboarding was the spark that ignited her deep passion for fashion and graphic arts. Since then, Ms. Nejam has been creating her own genre of Contemporary Fine Art at which she has coined Mod-Pop where she is taking the modern aesthetic of digital art and through her illustrative process has created a new form of Pop-Art. At the age fifteen Ms. Nejam left for NYC to begin interning as a design consultant with Radar Entertainment, hosts of t
Collage, Art, Gifs, Sciencey Stuff, Miscellany, Ephemera, Whimsy, History, Irreverent and Irrelevant Commentary. Some silly, some serious, some recycled.
Eclectic. A seeker of the absurd in popular culture. Explorer of the dark corners of the internet. Retired Civil Servant. Recovering Career Coach, Archaeologist, Artist, Shaman, Ethnobotanist, Grower of Weird Plants, Scribbler, Tangential Raconteur. Father. Culinary Explorer. A supporter of diversity in all forms (cultural and biological). Formerly in Santa Cruz, CA. Now in St Louis, MO. On since 4/16. For my academic papers, see link below.
Visual & verbal essays averaging 50 to 500 words.
Getty Images Creative (@gettyimages_creative)
James Lipnickas (@jameslipnickas)
Julia Wald (@juliawald)
I am an artist living in Seattle WA I like black pens and pho.
I've got a lust for life.
Paul Hyde (@paulie)
English photographer living in Barcelona, working throughout Europe.
Always looking for collaborations.
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Coffee is a Los Angeles based visual artist and photographer. His unique concepts and super weird content makes his work interestingly good and sometimes extremely uncomfortable. Coffee combines feelings and moments to create a visual utopia like no other.
ArtMoi makes cataloguing software for the art industry. Our mission is to empower artists and to make art more accessible to everyone. #artmoi
glen keep (@glenk79)
rum infused art and the beat goes on, be grateful for what you have and not hateful for what you haven't.
Andrew Hosner (@thinkspace_gallery)
Founded in LA in 2005, and located in the Culver City art district since 2009, Thinkspace is a catalytic conduit for the emerging New Contemporary art scene.
Jake Jackson (@realfakerapper)
Exploiting The Double-Edged Nature Of Fame, Beauty, & Ego
I Paint The Real U!
Check Out My Site For Shirts & Prints
Jasmin Dreyer (@jasmindreyer)
Hello! My name is Jasmin, I'm a freelance illustrator living in Hamburg, Germany.
I like space, dogs and drawing monster girls.
Nelson Calderara (@_pizzapirate)
Artist - Graphic Designer.
Italy - Los Angeles. Working at Vans.
I Like pizza, art and music.
Dean Roper (@superchillandcool420)
b. 1990 - designer
Moose Dixon (@moosedixon)
Practicing serendipitous photography for twenty years.
This was a daily post photo-blog for 5 years, from November 13, 2014 until November 12, 2019.
All 5 years of 1825 daily photos (no text) are archived at DropBox. This part of my Ello blog is now on sabbatical. I continue to post quirky photos, albeit sporadically. I spend 40 hours a week in healthcare and play with photography during my down time. My primary tools are a Nikon D7000, an iPhone 7+, GIMP, and caffeine. The Corona Virus has taken control of my schedule. I’m spending most of my free time making masks. I don’t expect to post much here until the crisis has been resolved.
Patrice Fuma Courtis (@patricefumacourtis)
Co-Founder, Art Director at SPOON Magazine | Creative Director | Photographer
Representation Wilhelmina NY | London
Freelance illustrator represented by Jelly London
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