Travis Winters (@tmwinters85)
An evolving independent network of artists. Artaxis is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that engages the ceramics community through promotional, educational, and networking programs while celebrating diverse artistic practices and being a resource of aesthetic values. Learn more at https://linktr.ee/artaxis
Hi-Fructose x Ello (@hifructosexello)
Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine is always looking to discover emerging artists, and Ello - the Creators Network - endeavors to provide visibility and opportunity for the abundance of talented creators on its platform. Enter the Hi-Fructose x Ello Emerging Artist Showcase - click on the link in our Bio for details.
Be sure to visit @hifructose as well and give them a follow.
Saskia Freeke (@sasj)
ART & CODE & PLAY / Daily Art since 01-01-2015 / Gif's / Patterns / Geometry
Vitalii Trykoz (@vtrykoz)
UI/UX, Algorhytmic, Parametric, Generative, Vector, Pixel, HTML5, CSS3, JS, Vision, Direction
Sya Reed (@sya)
See my art up-close-and-personal like in Detroit, Flint, Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky. Or see it online in one of the galleries below:
Ángel Sánchez Borges (@antiguoautomata)
Partly Mechanical, Hardly Human
John Bumstead (@rdklinc)
"Roadkill, Inc." I repair Apple laptops, and when I'm bored I make pretty pictures out of GPU/screen defects. Prints at society6.com/rdklinc
abstract / generative / street / fine + art
Miami via NYC
Ash White (@ash_white)
hello i'm rebecca balogh
i do experimental digital art and stuff
Turbogal on Ravelry (@turbogal)
Knitter, scientist, foodie
Weaver | Blogger | Chicago area | check out my site for weaving tutorials
Sara Auman Smith (@saumansmith)
Maker of woolly creatures and other cute things.
I am the owner of wrenbirdarts, a hand embroidered hankie business in Seattle (yep, that's a real thing). My specialty is making custom hankies. Check out my website to see more hankies or to shop.
Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon sews interpretative bojagi—Korean object-wrapping cloths historically created since the early Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910)—and wraps hollow human-scale figures with them to comment on the objectification of Asiatic female bodies. Further, she embeds patterns from contemporary sociopolitical events to challenge the notion of authenticity and examine the complexities of constructing identities within the context of cultural hybridity, intersectionality, and the collective struggle for social justice. Please visit wwwjuliakwon.com for more information.