Scott Lynch (@ocularics)
John Unwin (@junwin)
I started photography using a Russian 35mm to take pictures of my father's construction sites as well as a range of other pictures. After learning to push process and print at school, I sold theatrical and sports shots and had numerous photos appear in the college magazine.
After university, I became an engineer, which fueled my love of geometry, form, and computer graphics. I was fortunate to have done an art foundation course at Leeds College of Art and Design; my abstract works echoes the profound influence it had on my artistic work.
My current focus is on architecture, interiors, landscape and abstract work. I use a range of cameras from medium format
Dispel zine (@dispel)
Micropublication -- Psychogeography, photography, and more -- e-zine by the Ugly Collective
valentin fischer (@valentinfischer)
My work field is computational design working with algorithms.
For me, computational design is a ' navigation tool ', a knowledge tool to reveal the complexity and beauty of the 3d fractal world.
What's new about this media art is the humanisation of technology, and the emphasis on the philosophical research of the real and the virtual world.
The resulting images animations and installations are representations of natural phenomena at microscopic level and beyond.
Red Wolf (@red_wolf)
David Apfel (@davidapfel)
Photography has been my most enduring habit, followed by music composition and performance (drums, not exclusively). Holding a camera, I give myself permission to stop, stare, and enjoy things I'd otherwise pass by. I crave the scent of forest, sound of water, and openness of sky, and get far too little of each. Former engineering lab tech and industrial parts designer by day; husband, father, friend, and sponsor by night...one day at a time.
Digital Art Pictures and Pattern Designer.
A place for experimentation and recent projects. Chad Hagen is an illustrator, designer and artist.
Adwen Creative is an artistic collaboration that became a partnership in life. Through their art Neda and Wade Harrell explore the human need for finding patterns in chaos. By processing photography and illustration with computer software they manifest these patterns as visual adventures. The foundation of their work is the belief that a visual experience is a way to self program our internal pattern recognition systems.
freelance designer who sometimes escapes from the world of strict lines and geometric shapes to the land of abstract textures and experimental animation
Marco Raimondo (@marktought)
Set-taught digital artist in my own time
I live & work in Milan.
The artworks in my portfolio come form the digital blend of handmade sketches representing my real life interactions, ..thoughts.
Born in Italy in 1961.
I AM AN APPLE
Digital art platform exploring new ways to discover and collect art #artwxrk
alex eben meyer (@ebencom)
illustrator and actual piece of cheese.
Ryan Moon (@ryanmoonart)
C. Beeatrix (@cbeeatrix)
Hi, my name is Beatrix,I’m a mixed-media artist, with a strong focus on watercolour and linework. My practice consists mainly in experimenting with intricate flowing lines, which I often incorporate into abstract and/or fantasy pieces, mainly strange and at times eerie portrait.
For business inquieries, please contact me at : firstname.lastname@example.org or through ello.co app
perrito triste (@mestizoquerido)