charlie bonallack (@ellocharliebquiet)
With the ubiquitous digital image taking centre stage and the decline of the printed photograph, Charlie (a british artist based in Montpellier, France) presents the printed photograph as a thin receipt or a fossil…a half truth, a trace, possibly a clue to the past.
“I never liked photography,” Robert Mapplethorpe is quoted as saying, “Not for the sake of photography. I like the object. I like the photographs when you hold them in your hand.”
Akira Umeda (@dl1dlo)
N./B. 1966. Artes/Arts.
Frank Plant (@hierroglyphic)
Catalan based Yanqui drawing in steel with a bit of jewelry on the side.
GIOTTO • Giovani Ngnoatto (@ngnoatto)
art + design + fashion
RECOVERING CAPS LOCK OFFENDER.
Chronic Sharpie abuser.
Analog drawing / illustration / painting
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Joshua Davis (@praystation)
I sell forms and colors for a living.
kaho aoyama (@kahoyama)
- The cup is okay, but the painting isn't?
Philipp Zurmöhle (@philippzm)
Emmanuel Signorino (@signorino)
The dreamy visual Artist from France. Street-Art, Pop-Art and Abstract-Art, i like to play and to create. Welcome to my world.
Alex Garant Art (@alexgarantart)
Official Ello of artist Alex Garant. Queen of Double Eyes. French 🇨🇦. Toronto. Oils. Copycat Violence. For exhibits list & available works visit:
Anders Tolergård (@tlrgrd)
Actor, Musician, Artist from Gothenburg, Sweden. Loves a good beer after a walk with the dogs.
Justin Bradshaw (@justin_bradshaw)
Justin Bradshaw was born in London in 1971, where he studied painting shortly before moving to Italy in 1994. An accomplished painter, Bradshaw’s technique has evolved through watercolor on paper to the use of oils on copper.
Bradshaw’s meticulous eye for detail and texture have remained a leitmotif, culminating in his latest work - a series of exquisitely detailed paintings focusing on the human figure and offering a modern interpretation of mythological themes.
- Michelle Von Buren
Artist / Designer @ Central Saint Martins
Creator @ To whom it may concern.
Designgraphik, est. 1999.