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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.
Rutger Paulusse (@rutgerpaulusse)
A visual artist & art-director based in the Netherlands. In my work I play around with graphic shapes, soft textures, dimensions and space, resulting in a surreal and playful universe of my own.
Jacob Eisinger (@yippiehey)
Designer/Illustrator/Catlover 3D Illustration & Artdirection Based in Hamburg
Yaz Khabiri (@yazk)
Florian DKS (@florian_dks)
i make things.
Maker of software and 3D art
We are a Spain-based studio focus on branding, visual graphics and advertising.
I no longer update this.
Check me out over on Instagram.com/obbzart
Alan Tolentino (@alan-tolentino)
Ideas First. Style comes later but always design driven.
We are an Animation and Mix Media Studio. Our infrastructure is adaptive and fluid. A worldwide freelance network collaborating together orchestrated by a unique voice: Clim, an international award winning creative director, designer and producer.
Clim has been exploring different visual languages for the past 15 years. He hand picks the perfect dream team for each job. That’s how Clim is mastering the art of directing. Bringing together the best of the best exclusively for each specific project.
Our work is Conceptual, Vibrant & Joyful. Sometimes Funky. Sometimes Classy.
A Design-Thinking Approach
Efraín Vera (@verastudio)
Multimedia designer by heart, branding expert by accident. My career began with animation and video, but my love of abstraction eventually led me to the world of branding, UX/UI, and 3D Modeling. I thrive on developing and simplifying an idea to maximize the impact of a brand. I am a digital nomad who never stops exploring new styles, trends, and fashions.
Carmelo Barberá (@carmelobarbera)
Director & 3D Artist
Stef Thiele (@itsstefa)
Painter living in Hamburg || What motivates us to behave a certain way? Why do we have sympathy for one person but not the other? Living with an anxiety disorder has given me new perspectives on these topics. Observing and analysing the people around me has become a big part of my daily routine. With the help of my art, I am trying to get a better understanding of people's minds as well as my own. I am fascinated by human interactions (or lack thereof) with all the ups and downs that come with it. The human mind is an endless, ever-changing source of inspiration for me.
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.
Patricia Bingham (@pbingham)
From Chicago, landed in Idaho and here I stay
Bronwyn Lorelei (@bronwynlorelei)
Creepy, saggy, vaginal babes with no apologies.
Handmade silkscreen artifacts.
Katya Sikacheva (@varls)
Katya Sikacheva is a visual artist based in Moscow. In her practice Katya is looking for beauty in the everyday life. Open for collaborations and projects.
As a contemporary realist, I combine personal history with research on identity and culture. Concerned by a lack of interest in the local Malagasy population compared to the country's resources, my sensitivity focuses my work on the human aspect. I paint subjects that I question in order to offer an alternative and non-Western vision describing who the Malagasy people really are by totally avoiding the definitions offered in the literature. My passion for Madagascar leads me to understand how this people perceive themselves. I use the concept of ethnicity, far from being obvious in Madagascar, as a source of inspiration in respect of cultural plurality and
ingrid Tusell (@ingridtusell)
Nick De Pirro (@nickdepirro)
Artist and owner of PROTO Gallery NJ and partner at M E N Gallery NYC
Charles Parker Boggs (@charlesparkerboggs)
I compulsively litter empty spaces with marks and gestures that greet the absurd headlong. I remain hidden among the pines in the mountains creating a world where nonsense doesn't exist.
Fidel Évora was born in Praia, Cape Verde, but raised in Barreiro, Portugal. Here he had his first contact with street art and graffiti. Fidel studied Graphic Design and Motion Graphics but it was in 2011, when he featured in a collective exhibition with his conceptual piece Freedom’s exhumation that Fidel was able to mature his approach as a fine artist.
Keen about ancient artefacts that bring to light important memories that build on today’s collective identity and divided between the antagonistic languages that are urban culture and academic arts, Fidel has been developing his own language by creating either purposely or acci
Sébastien Bouchard (@sebastienbouchard)
visual artist & musician, Nantes France