Monish Khara (@monish_khara)
Monish Khara is a Designer, animator and creative working in New York and Melbourne.
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Scripts and PNGs (@scriptsandpngs)
i want more minimalism in my life
Jason Powers (@typefart)
Typefart is the typographic exploration of NYC designer Jason Powers—fragments of familiar forms squawk untethered from language.
Cole Rodriquez (@thecolelee)
Tolga Tarhan (@tolgatarhan)
Paul Guerrero (@paulguerrero)
Visual Artist, Art Director, G Designer .
Thanks for seeing my art
SIDAS // ATE (@sidas_ate)
Andrea Manzati (@alconic)
Illustrator from Verona, Italy.
jesse coons (@birenza)
Poet-cartoonist-illustrator || They/them/their
Sarah Schrauwen (@sarahschrauwen)
Graphic designer, curator & editor, specialised in books.
arts & design student, interested in visual, applied and digital arts.
Matt Reames (@spookymatt)
I enjoy finding angles hidden in everyday buildings, ceilings, and walls.
Sheena She (@thefilmbruja)
All photos are shot on film. No edits.
We communicate through visual stimulations for forward thinking clients.
Based in Porto, working globally.
Brandy Agun (@brandyagun)
Brandy Agun is an oil painter working in the Seattle area. She explores everyday scenes and mundane objects finding interesting shapes and color weaving them into a compelling composition. Working representationally her vision is more design based. Some objects are left flat and geometric while other elements are more atmospheric. The treatment chosen is premised on what is more compelling visually and less on what something is. Brandy enjoys building texture, brush strokes moving in various directions and interruptions in form to bring more interest to an image. This is how she perceives we actually see our world. Some things more fractured and ragge
Amanda M Jorgenson (@jorgensona)
Amanda is a Seattle-based artist, whose work focuses on the rare and elusive, as well as commonplace flora and fauna. Through use of pen, ink, gouache, colored pencil and acrylic paint, Amanda strives to bring elements of the wilderness into our everyday. Whether the viewer finds a moment’s escape from city life in the wildlife depicted, or if the art elicits curiosity in the indigenous species found within the Pacific Northwest, these are the forces which drive her work.
Amanda graduated with a certificate in Natural Science Illustration from the University of Washington, and her work has been shown throughout Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.
Angelita Martinez (@gritangelarts)
Seattle based artist who works mainly in acrylics, color pencil, and ink. Any reason to dive into history, icons, economic strife, allegory, lore, or ethereal flatulence is a good excuse to hit the library and studio table. Mix styles and ideas together and she hopes to produce a sustainable painting or drawing. She attended the University of Montana to learn a thing or two about the 2D aesthetic and concepts. She has shown in Montana, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada.
Zoe Roxanne (@zoeroxanne)
Death by disco, resurrection by techno.
Peter Koene (@peterkoene)
La peine quotidienne | The daily breath | Het dagelijks schroot