Damien Cifelli (@damiencifelli)
Shrouded from the eyes of the world, a hidden civilisation has long existed in parallel with our own. The elusive land of Tarogramma holds the promise of something far beyond our understanding.
Over the course of human history Tarogramma has been discovered accidentally on several occasions. All we know about the place exists in the artefacts and images recovered from expeditions and from the detailed testimonies of the few who have returned. Using this information, a vivid picture has been built of the people and their lives.
jenny lloyd (@jennyariane)
collage artist + designer. in search of beauty... natural forms, fine detail, colour, light + magic. open for licensing + commissions!
James Roper (@jamesroper)
Buy Prints: ICanvas.com/deandralee
Adam Robert Martin (@adamrobertmartin)
Illustrator based in the North of Ireland.
Illustrator and character designer.
Follow me to the stars!
Chuchu Briquet (@chuchubriquet)
Freelance illustrator based in France.
Tyler Gross (@grossillustration)
Freelance illustrator, artist & graphic designer
FRAN MUNYOZ (@franmunyoz)
frank gonzales (@gonzalesfrank)
Amber Vittoria (@amber_vittoria)
Amber Vittoria is a Forbes 30 Under 30 artist working in New York City; her work focuses on the portrayal of women within art, and she has collaborated with like-minded brands, such as NBC, Warby Parker, Gucci, The New York Times, and Instagram, on pieces that further said narrative.
Adrian Landon Brooks (@adrianlandonbrooks)
Adrian Landon Brooks (b. 1983) studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and currently lives and works in Wimberley, Texas. Brooks works predominately in the mediums of painting and illustration, using found materials such as wood, metal, and old photographs as his canvas. He has exhibited in Texas, Denver, Chicago, San Francisco, Portland, Germany , Spain and Amsterdam. In addition to his gallery work, Brooks has been included in museum exhibitions at The Contemporary Austin and Fort Wayne Museum of Art (FWMOA). Brooks has also been featured in Juxtapoz, VNA, Art Maze Mag and selected into the West #126 issue of New American Paintings.
Oleg Agafonov (@oleg_agafonov_artist)
His works are based on the history of power, disappointments, wins (victories) and broken dreams, big promises, and performances, beautiful and wise people. His art is based on the concept of how to be a child of big and great history. The artist was born in the Soviet Union but he grew on its remains, he wandered in withered villages that were surrounded with great space of blossom forests and herbs. He is the child who has got the Soviet's materialistic education and maintained a romantics entropy of "Silver age" feelings. His art about exploring worlds that come across Mysticism with materialism.
mandi smethells (@smoothhills)
Imaginative Fiber Art
Nadiuska Furtado (@nadiuska)
Half of @uinverso
Ryan Moon (@ryanmoonart)
Dispel [Zine] (@dispel)
Micropublication / Psychogeography, photography, and more / e-zine by the Ugly Collective.
Megan Koth (@megankoth)
Painter | Santa Barbara, CA + Phx, AZ
UCSB MFA 2020
Seamus Conley (@seamusconley)
Nicky Barkla (@nickybarkla)
This is the most uncomfortable coffin I've ever been in. | Available for commissions
What we save, saves us.
Rūta Matulevičiūtė (@rutavm)
“I am most inspired by my own mind at the process of creation, which becomes the way to express deepest experiences of divine nature of being. This is not about religion, it is about love and experience of bliss”
Rūta Matulevičiūtė explores human relationships to the environment which makes her artistic research focus mainly on holistic worldview.
Consciousness-based creation introduces the spectator with the subjective world and channels subtle aspects of contemporary existence, of both individual and collective consciousness. With the goal to explore dive into and gain from the transcendental, beyond the mind, cultural, theory cages.