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My artistic practice involves various investigations into my surrounding landscape/environment in order to re-visualise an experience of my own, and represent an experience for the viewer.
Combining my interests of museology, science, and the surroundings I find myself in, whether that’s where I walk everyday or places I visit for the first time, I investigate the re-representation of things that are very familiar to me, along with surroundings that are still very unknown.
Sadako Tchaikovskaya (@nunich)
What human beings want is each other
Paul Hearn (@paulxhearn)
Collagist / bricoleur.
Half of Pineapple Falls.
Co-organiser of Counter.
An array of non de plumes.
Leni Smoragdova (@lenismoragdova)
Smoragdova is the author of the Transaction Art’s ideas.
2015, Sep - Biennale, Russia
2015, July 15-25 - Venice Experimental Cinema and Performan
Jorge Chamorro (@jorgechamorro)
Graphic designer, teacher and collage artist
Víctor Santiago (@vypunto)
I'm Víctor Santiago an artist based in Barcelona (Spain). I love to create collages in which I mix colors and monochrome, old and news and matching elements, situations or places that aparently have nothing in common. I offers poetic creations, tinted of humor and irony and where element are associated with a purpose.
Graphic designer / Editorial art director / Mag lover /
Interpreting and representing realities through collage.
Alvaro Sánchez (@sanchezisdead)
Alvaro Sánchez is a self taught graphic artist based in Guatemala city, red wine drinker, and coffee addict. Compulsive buyer of books and records. Cinema and music junkie. He is a regular contributor for on line and print art and design magazines from around the world. He also writes about music critic in print and digital media
Beata Szczecinska aka Cityabyss Illustration
Art / Illustration / Design
Aria Anastasiou (@aria_anastasiou)
Architect + Creative @ IDEABAR Studio
Analog Wanderer in a Digital Universe
Minimalism | Zen | Wing Chun
Gospodin Krugly (@gospodinkrugly)
Real World Is Not Enough
Mikhail Siskoff (@keysgoclick)
I'm a visual artist and photographer living in Anchorage, Alaska.
My medium is collage on paper but I do some digital work as well. I have a collection of vintage film cameras and I self published a book on blurb with analog photography of cars in Alaska titled: Blue Tarps and Broken Windshields.
I've been featured by my local indie paper the Anchorage Press and provided several commissioned cover pieces.
First Friday June 2016 - Brown Bag Sandwich Co.
Past shows: IGCA 100x100 - Anchorage Alaska, December 2017
IGCA Members Show 2016/2017
Ada Olive Handmade (@adaolivehandmade)
L i a n ~ making art with rope and yarn.
season evans (@sdevans)
Hand embroidery, boho home decor and accessories.
Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon creates traditional and hybrid Korean textiles through quilting and painting to challenge preexisting notions of what it means to be Korean and feminine. She also explores community and personal relationship building through collaborative projects. Julia has earned her M.F.A. at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University and B.A. in Studio Art at Georgetown University. She has been actively exhibiting her work and won various awards such as the artist residency at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Vermont Studio Center, NARS Foundation, and Textile Arts Center.
ellen // @ellenbeezy (@fibrous)
• woven home goods & accessories • handmade by ellen bruxvoort in austin, texas co-curator of @elloweaving
Nikita Sheth (@nikitasheth)
Weaving is my meditation.
I don’t like symmetry. I never have a set plan. Each weave intuitively evolves; an emotion, a thought, a narrative, converged into a tangible woven piece.
Heather Black (@quiltachusetts)
Maker + lover of modern and contemporary quilts with a focus on crisp-clean geometric designs
Mónica Leitão Mota, mixed media and fibreartist (@monicaleitaomota)
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.
Andrea Forgacs (@andreaforgacs)
Hi, I am Andrea Forgacs. I am an illustrative designer and a world citizen. I create unique brand identities and playful illustrations while caring about cultural and environmental topics.