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J. Courtial (@juliencourtial)
I'm a french graphic designer. Website under construction
Julian Lars Gosper (@julianlarsgosper)
Graphic & Interaction Design
Various projects in various stages.
Scripts and PNGs (@scriptsandpngs)
Long-time illustrator, currently working in animation and film. Continuous creation. crooked bones.
TOMLIN STUDIO (@tomlinstudio)
TOMLIN studio is a studio that explores art, design and technology.
We have created a 3D-printed prototyp of an art and design product called PRIMITIVS. With the playfulness of LEGO in mind, but instead of plastic made out of 3D-printed ceramics, we created a system of pieces that could be combined into more than one thing.
At the moment we are working on playful experiences for a better future. Soon we'll be able to tell you more at our webpage so stay tuned!
Based in Stockholm, Sweden but about to relocate to Barcelona, Spain.
\ o_Oˋ / Welcome any cooperation. //
Achieve more beautiful design together. Bring more value to what you believe. Solve the problem you are facing. Contact me:)
Support my art work
motion · graphic designer, I also love letters
• Branding • Logo • illustration • Specializing in old method of designing: hand-drawing style • email@example.com •
Gabriel Benderski (@benderski)
Graphic Design Community @graphicdesign
Anibal Garcia (@anibalgarcia)
Type, Lettering & Signs • Lover of modern form and traditional letters • Co-founder wearewoka
We do design and we love it. Out of Berlin, Barcelona & a small village in Austria.
Ben Wallace (@benkwallace)
Designer. Junior Hypeman.
Saprila Putri (@saprila)
Graphic Designer at Pande Studio
Any work on design related email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Hue (@designedbyhue)
📍 New York
💻 Graphic Designer / Digital Artist
🌎 Find me @ ‘designedbyhue’ on all platforms.
Communication designer working in Mexico City.
Zoë Williams (@x03)
Artist 🔮 zoewilliams.com
☁️ available works at Gallery 1988 (Los Angeles) Haven Gallery (Northport, NY) and POP Gallery (Santa Fe)
💌 inquiries 📥 email@example.com
Figurative Artist & Storyteller
Daan Noppen (@daannoppen)
Artist in drawing and painting
Armando Cabba (@armandocabba)
Artist and Owner of Atelier Cabba
Vincent Bakker (@vincent_bakker)
‘What really went on there? We only have this excerpt’
The worlds I paint are imaginative. The paintings originate from dreamlike ideas that pop up in my head.
The origine of these images can be texts, music or other paintings.
During painting, anything can arise and change in the painting. Eventually an image emerges in which the composition, use of color and figuration form a wondrous individuality.
Neal Breton (@nealbretonart)
Studio: San Luis Obispo, CA
A native of the East Coast, one of my first memories when I moved here in 1982 was the boardwalk at Venice Beach. There, I saw rollerskating guitar players, punks eating out of trash cans, palm trees and teeshirts. So many to-the-point and colorful graphics captured in my head so long ago havefinally manifested in this series of work.
Recent Exhibition History:
2016 Nov: C4W Group Show @ Gamut Gallery, Mineapolis
2016 Oct: How High @ Left Field SLO, curated by Ryan Travis Christian
2016 May: In This Together @ Flood Gallery Los Angeles, curated by Seonna Hong
2015 Dec: Flower Pepper 4th Year Anniversary show, Pasadena, CA
Sumner Crenshaw (@sumner_crenshaw)
Sumner Crenshaw (born 1984) is an American surrealist and figurative painter. Her art is a minimalist, narrative styled imbued with lines and movement. Hopscotching between genres, her work builds on a variety of influences, from Salvador Dali to Shel Silverstein.
Sumner received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2006 and earned her Master of Fine Arts degree with a focus on oil painting in 2009. She has been working professionally as an artist since 2005, and has shown in galleries across the US. Her work is housed in both national and international collections. Originally hailing from Northern Vermont, Sumner relocated to Frederick, MD in 2010.
Fidel Évora was born in Praia, Cape Verde, but raised in Barreiro, Portugal. Here he had his first contact with street art and graffiti. Fidel studied Graphic Design and Motion Graphics but it was in 2011, when he featured in a collective exhibition with his conceptual piece Freedom’s exhumation that Fidel was able to mature his approach as a fine artist.
Keen about ancient artefacts that bring to light important memories that build on today’s collective identity and divided between the antagonistic languages that are urban culture and academic arts, Fidel has been developing his own language by creating either purposely or acci
Culture & Creativity in Asia
Painter and illustrator from Boston currently residing