ETEREA MAGAZINE (@etereamag)
ETEREA Magazine is a Lima, Perú based online publication committed to exploring the creative. Each story is a collaboration between editors and contributors which result in a cultural statement of individuality that transcends the ordinary and allows opportunities to evolve in an arena free of constraints. The result is a surprising curation of mixed talent.
ETEREA Magazine nace e inicia el viaje para apoyar, exponer y dar soporte a la creatividad, sensibilidad y al perfil artístico de iconoclastas alrededor del mundo.
Cover Photo by @hisnameisgianfranco
William Kesling (@willkes)
My Visual Trash Can -- Motion Design / Videography / Graphic Design / Music
Illustration student at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD).
male ehul 🐲✨ (@magdalena_ehul)
📩 mail: email@example.com
Curios videographer, digital art maker based in Oakland, CA.
Anca Gabriela Zosin (@agzed)
Passionate for expressive, beautiful and daring visuals.
Curating @CPHMXP together with @guido_chiabrera.
Header art by Louis De Belle & Michael Romstöck.
Sade Preston (@sadepreston)
Proud artist who's obsessed with aliens and pizza because I'm basic.
Debbie Clapper / gneural (@gneural)
I create the best damn geometric patterns you've ever seen, develop unique branding & packaging, & paint murals that make this world a little more interesting.
Tyler Potts (@tylerpotts)
Visual Designer & Artist
Chris Coleman (@digitalcoleman)
Artist, professor of Emergent Digital Practices @ DU, gizmologist, digital fanboy, techno critic, open source advocate, critical arts engineer. WV->Denver CO
Andrés de Barca (@andebar)
Illustrator. Designer. Bricoleur.
My names are plenty.
Designer | Events | Art
Partner / Experience Director with Astronauts & Poets
Love weird, cool and futuristic things, martinis, fun people, and always seeking more.
Carson Davis Brown (@carsondb)
Filmmaker // Photographer // Artist
Karan Singh (@madebykaran)
Australian illustrator and artist formerly in Malmö, Melbourne and New York. Currently living in To.
Jeff Kraus (@jeffkraus)
The work of American painter, Jeff Kraus, is characterized by loose, aggressive gestures and messy layers of swaths of color and anxious, minimal shapes, often resembling unspecific architectural surfaces and landscapes. Kraus’ paintings are the result of a performative process, a full embrace of chance towards a continually evolving series of experimentations into abstraction and the formalities of painting.
Independent Creative Developer, Musician, Multimedia-ist, Cyclist, Vegetarian.
One of the original Ello developers & co-founders.