Wondering Boys (@wonderingboys)
1001 Digital Artworks
Wondering Boys is an Artist duo exploring Digital Art by creating 1001 artworks.
Graphics + Motion + Stills
Tara McPherson (@taramcpherson)
Scott Musgrove (@scottmusgrove)
J. Narowé (@narowe)
Brazilian visual artist, illustrator and graphic designer, lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. I worked as an art director at Plana Festival (feiraplana.org), the largest independent publishing event in Latin America. I also directed for a year the visual identity of Casa Plana, a space inaugurated by the festival for educational courses and events. I directed the graphic visual project of the Guelã tour, national and international, by Maria Gadú . As an artist, I participated in institutional collective exhibitions in Brazil, Chile, USA and Japan. See more at narowe.com and instagram.com/nnarowe.
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.
nsey is an art-project by Martin Koch & Peter Runkewitz, about all day life looked at from an extraordinary perspective.
This is about our fantastic, melodramatic, exaggerated, understated, quiet and very noisy vision of life as something full of different shapes, tones and colours that we all explore daily.
One of the more strong topics thriving our enthusiasm in this project is the subject of human behavior. Like waves at a beach a never-ending source of inspiration, in which we take a bath, (regularly and literally).
We welcome collaboration, If you get the impression there is something we should work on together, let us know.
Kzeng Jiang (@kzengjiang)
Nonude Libre (@nonude-libre)
Atelier d'expérimentation scénique, corporelle, visuelle et musicale mené par Sarah Cassenti depuis 2012 destinés aux danseurs, aux performeurs, aux dessinateurs, aux artistes et aux personnes se sentant concernées par leur corps, sa présence, la finesse et la perception de leurs ressentis. J'installe un entre-deux, espace de création doux entre moi et la personne qui pose, et les personnes qui participe, j'y fait entrer le corps, qui se met en mouvement, qui se saisit d'un objet et en même temps il est dessiné, nous notons, il se note, sans vraiment regarder notre feuille, certaines lignes se dessinent, un muscle, un cil, sa main, un regard se pose, sa text
Ula Einstein (@ulaeinstein)
Swiss born cross-disciplinary artist living and working in NYC
Vanesa Duque (@bitterswt)
Self-taught female painter, illustrator and graphic designer.
With more than 10 years of professional experience my artworks are inspired by the themes that concern me and go through as a woman and human: feminism, the mind and mental health, daily life, ecologism and veganism.
Philipp Zurmöhle (@philippzm)
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Elio Ticca (Italy, 1988) is a conceptual visual artist. His work explores the relationship between art history, heritage and time. Using primarily painting and sculpture, his practice questions the way affect is transmitted through image-making and cultural memory, representing the world as a simulacrum.