All Smiles Dental Care (@allsmilesdentistry)
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A M I T R A J I T (@amitrajitraajan)
SCRIBBLER, DOODLER, POET, WRITER, AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER FROM LONDON. DEVOUT ATHEIST. WEATHER-PERMITTING-KEEN-KAYAKER. ANTI-MONARCHIST DEMOCRAT.
wizzard shmergson (@cantusaboribus)
23 year young nebraskan manifesting and transmuting always.
love the skin you're in and enjoy nature.
it's okay to not be okay but is it okay to be okay with it?
anything you read is up for your interpretation. use it as a way to see yourself
24 . writer
When I find a place, where loneliness doesn't exist, will you come with me?
I don't know what's going on anymore.
Androgyne. Weaver of words, singer of songs. Sarcastic Sweetness in Doc Martens. Loves the idea of the human race. Tsundere Type A. Let's be friends!
Trenton Lee Tiemeyer (@trentonleetiemeyer)
Sascha Buschkühl (@vanderlylecrybaby)
the thing about writing is
i can’t tell if it’s healing
or destroying me
Helmer Poetry (@helmer_poetry)
Stories of depression, anxiety, hope, love, loss and everything in between.
Josephine Jimenez (@josietakestheworld)
Los Angeles, California
Founder of YOUNG IGNORANTES
I am a photographer and a writer who's just trying to make it through life without causing too much trouble. Just kidding, I love trouble.
Poetry by H. J. Cross (@hjcross_poetry)
My poetry is often the unraveling of my deepest thoughts. I find ordering them into poetry can give me clarity. I might also include the occasional short story. Sometimes, it is raw and transparent. Other times, it may be a way for me to release some destructive thinking with sarcasm. However, all of it is me.
*A few of my poems are featured in Thorn Literary Magazine: @thornlitmag in the Elloverse
Steve B Howard (@stevenbhow)
I'm a novelist, writer of interesting gibberish, a semi-pro comedian, and a teacher in Japan.
R.LEGACY is an open and continuous appreciation letter to our community, a formal invitation into other people’s lives, a window into our culture.
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Through research, in-depth interviews, compelling visuals, and helpful articles, our mission is to provide knowledge and inspire our community. Join us! Sign up for our newsletter, follow our other social channels. Let’s start discovering our legacies together. #rlegacy
Natasha Akery (@ladyakery)
Wife, mother, writer, apparently Presbyterian.
And high school English teacher.
Always stay gracious, best revenge is your paper that’s due on Monday.
Bill Petro (@billpetro)
Technology sales enablement executive with expertise in product management and marketing: cloud, IT service management, data center, storage, social.
Phoemes exhaler, writer, photographer, graphic designer and butoh performer
Sydney Rae Hass (@sydneyraehass)
On everything @sydneyraehass
Meryl B. (@merr)
I doodle, a lot.
Gerardo Almario (@rardalmario)
illustrator / designer
Poetic /skatehi /vegetarian /herbalist/ art poetry
Reinaldo Dimon (@reinaldodimon)
I only make jokes to distract myself...
Kervin Brisseaux (@brisseaux)
Lost in Space
Alberto Carlos Montana (@albertocarlosmontana)
James Jirat Patradoon (@jamesjirat)
I create high octane images that combine hot pink 80s aesthetics with Japanese cult anime influences, conjuring surreal visions of a sublime gothic paradise.
With a visual language informed by excessive amounts of unsupervised exposure to cartoons as a child, I fell into illustration after studying screenprinting at artschool where
I discovered my rapid production-line process of image-making which has lead to collaborations with Facebook, HBO, RVCA, FOX, Nike, and Microsoft.
My practice has evolved to include installation, animation, music videos, and murals.
Stefano Mntzuma (@mntzuma)
Piotr Kabat (@piotrkabat)
'Empire' had the better ending. I mean, Luke gets his hand cut off, finds out Vader's his father, Han gets frozen and taken away by Boba Fett. It ends on such a down note. I mean, that's what life is, a series of down endings. All 'Jedi' had was a bunch of Muppets.