BART Sucharski (@bartsucharski)
The artist creating at the interface of forms, structures and domains. His works are often "extended towards the outside", while escaping from a flat surface. Space allows him to play with chiaroscuro, whereas the natural deposits such as dust or fines offer additional structures. He values geometry but likes the air in the plastic arts as well.
He gets inspired by all the stimuli and impressions he experiences. A Polish poster school, nature, New York passers-by, "Master and Margaret." Love. He closes them in a painted pictogram.
He feels his artistic world as isolated and more sensitive in a sense. For him the art brings together traumas and problems,
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Ștefan Șerbănescu (@stefanserbanescu)
Realizador, dibujante, escultor
Professional Scientist. Amateur photographer. Tumblr refugee
Creative studio dedicated to minimalism in art and design
Just Breast (@justbreast)
By Romina Moradi
Let’s leave a mark & embrace our (•)(•)
Sold artwork = 💸 to breast cancer society
✉️ DM for inquiries & workshops
Chiara G (@xchiaraglionna)
Freelance Photographer based in Milan
Mix media pop artist, Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil
NIEBIESKI ROBI KRESKI (@niebieski_robi_kreski)
Niebieski Robi Kreski
Painting / Illustration / Street Art / Tattoos
I believe that virtual anonymity promotes an open exchange of ideas. Having started my art career in the 2000s, I took advantage of the early Internet, encouraged anonymity, and became an anonymous artist. The Internet has changed since then. Social networks require transparency, which kills users' sincerity and raises questions about the collection of personal data. Therefore, I keep my anonymous artist profile, communicate via text messages, and avoid posting images of myself. Simultaneously, I take part in the life of the art community, regularly showing my work at exhibitions, participating in art residencies and personally meeting with colleagues.
Kervin Brisseaux (@brisseaux)
✦ ✦ ✦ Illustrator, animator, retro tech lover, overthinker... ✦ ✦ ✦
Alice Lin (@alice_lin)
Drawer / painter
Abel Lenz (@abellenz)
Experimental products you'll hate.
Left unfulfilled by a career designing cutting-edge, high-quality, user-friendly digital products for millions of users, I now use technology to create cutting-edge products that are low-quality, confusing, disgusting, and dangerous. These interactive "prototypes" are developed with similar processes as my past professional work, to different ends. In the rich world, consumerism and product fetish have lost their luster. There is nothing left to buy. These prototypes present a new way of buying products that activates less expected emotions. Loathing in place of envy, trepidation in place of anticipation, and disappointmen
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.
Andy Rolfes (@andyneapolitan)
I reconstruct people.
Painter, photographer, director and multidisciplinary designer. Co-owner of Team Rolfes.
Artist from New Zealand and currently resides in Fremantle, Western Australia where I have a studio at PSAS.
Follow me on instagram www.instagram.com/Jacobbayneart
Kira Fröse (@kirafroese)
„I have to touch this“
This is the essence of what drives me to make art. Glossy surfaces and structures, fluid forms and dynamic matter, the contraposition of stagnation and movement fascinates and inspires me. My work is emotive and focused on one’s desire for haptic experiences.
Subconsciously driven by the beauty of nature, I create static structures that depict motion and appear to be light despite the heaviness of their substance. Through the conceptual use of organic, playful, and dynamic shapes, my work invites the viewer to experience what is before them with their own senses and imagination.
The materials I mainly use are ceramics, plastic, glass a
POP MY EYES (@popmyeyes)
Image Maker. Get ready to get your eyes popped!
Follow my instagram for more of my art along with a curation of eye-popping art from all around the internet
Nathalia Suellen (@nathaliasuellen)
Artist of chaos, disturbing, painful, horror...although all this is foolishly hidden by some layers of beauty.