Bambi Kirschner (@bambi_kirschner)
Visual Artist. Made in London. Living in Toronto.
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
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Sarah Wearer (@ms_wearer)
Commission me: email@example.com
(You can also find me on Instagram search @s_wearer)
ArtMoi makes cataloguing software for the art industry. Our mission is to empower artists and to make art more accessible to everyone. #artmoi
Art & contemporary imagery
Photogrist magazine featuring articles and information on digital and film photography, as well as inspirational photos and pieces from around the world.
Mention @photogrist to share your inspiration.
Pow Pow (@mynameisindie)
Oussama Chafi (@wikpass)
I'm a self taught artist
lloyd galbraith (@lloydgalbraith)
Fashion Photographer / MUA / Visual Artist
Diego Rueda (@druc89)
Industrial Designer / Concept Artist
I Like Black
I like things that twinkle + glow ✨
Mohamed Suliman (@mos)
3d artist & designer from NYC.
Living in Stockholm.
Nate Shuler (@nateshuls)
Photographer based in Atlanta
WeTransfer is the simplest way to send your files around the world - allowing you to stay in your creative flow.
UnitedFutures an LA based multimedia artist working at the intersection of interaction and representation. firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Announcing the 2nd edition of the Ello print magazine:
Not For Print, Issue 02 – Resist
We want to see who’s pushing the limits, challenging the mainstream, making work that says something important, and moving the world forward in a better direction.
Header image by @thomcat23
Mayah Lanise Taylor (@mayah)
Giveaways Manager & Social Media Community/Influencer Specialist @ Ello
Contemporary artist/designer/image maker/fashion lover with a hazy state of mind.
Jenny Sofie Kasper (@kunstkasper)
ista : jennysofiekasper
Skip Dolphin Hursh (@skiphursh)
Designer, Animator, and Artist in Brooklyn, NY. Designer at Tumblr.
Avatar portrait by Tom DesLongchamp: https://ello.co/tomthinks
Liam Bosecke is an emerging digital artist from Adelaide, South Australia. Bosecke is creating distorted virtual realities through mixed digital media, manipulating physical forms in a destructive and experimental fashion. He is Investigating the extent of our emotional capacity through the manipulation of traditional perspective.
Bosecke’s work seeks to evoke an emotional connection from the viewer over anything else.