Soft Science Records (@softscience)
small-run record & tape label based in SAV,GA
STICKY BISCUITS (@stickybiscuits)
Berlin based Comedy Songs Duo doing nerdy and naughty songs on Ukulele, Stylophone and various other dainty instruments.
Gary Bowen (@gewb)
Denver, Colorado, USA
Retired. Need to take more pictures. Avatar is my first detached retina.
Consider visiting my Vimeo collection (use good earbuds/headphones/speakers).
Art curator interested in cyborg creatures, obscurity in humans and issues of transcendence. I run a zine called DIALOGOS. and I am part of Phormix, a music platform.
Rob Turpin (@thisnorthernboy)
Northern designer and illustrator, now living down south. Searching for the perfect pork pie.
Stella Smith (@stellapalooza)
Magenta Marie (@aerokissfan88)
Makeup, food, music, movies, comics, friends, lovers, family, art.
Steven Gullotta (@stevengullotta)
Simple guy. Works at Wendy's. Co-editor at Brutal Resonance.
Younisos est l’auteur d’un roman : La Chair crue qui s’illumine, de deux recueils de prose et de poésie : Carnage sensitif, et Poésie trash, et d’un essai sur la chair : La Lumière d'un sein.
Porteur d’une vision singulière de la chair et de l’érotisme, Younisos poursuit ses expérimentations sensorielles et poétiques, repoussant les limites de la perception charnelle et de la transgression.
Joao H. Rodrigues (@jhrod)
Brazilian in NY
www.sexylb.website --- sехy girlfriеnd оr mistrеss diligеnt sсоut hеrе.
Max Eremine (@maxeremine)
Atlanta and New York art and fashion photographer. I photograph people.
For rates and scheduling - firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie H. Stiemsma (@slimanomaly)
Photographer, Artist, Model, Extra, Poet, Explorer, Creative Director, Chihuahua Mom, Brainiac, Lover of Creativity! SE Portland, OR
Meredith Heard Gisness (@meredith_gisness)
Artist, yogi, photographer
I make games. My opinions are mine alone unless they are shared by someone else, as opinions sometimes are.
Pier Giorgio De Pinto (@pgdepinto)
The work of the Italian artist Pier Giorgio De Pinto thrives on the relationship between representation and concept in a constantly and suddenly changing image-based society in search of a new identity. Since the sixties, recent changes have been taking place in parallel with the rise of new technologies, which partly replace man, conceptualising his creative actions. The result is the advent and materialisation of a new aesthetic of art and, by analogy, of that self-same creative action. Machinery first, then later computerised technologies have truly influenced the language of art in an aesthetic sense: excellent artifices of the process of the virtualisat