Blue Starseed (@bluestarseed)
I paint visionary figurative portraits in oil. With thick, bright colors, outer space and the human form merge together.
Location: Planet Earth
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Justin Peters (@jstnptrs)
Digital Art by Justin Peters
I merge reality with my own imagination using Photoshop to create a perplexing and surreal world. ‘Everything you can imagine is real’ by Pablo Picasso is a quote I live by, especially when creating my work. I hope that when people experience my work, they discover a new and different world, which they can dive into to prove that everything is possible when you open your mind.
Alex Montaner (@gatomontaner)
The eye of the beholder is one of the main conceptual approaches that Alex gives his abstract works.
Through a cheeky palette of playful and primary colours, his work shows the struggle between reality, emotions and experience itself. Those who look at his work will see something different and can appreciate the colours, shapes or simply the fact that it makes them think.
The works incorporate collages, mixed media and paintings - developing and manipulating their personal experiences, emotions and fictional beliefs to create something that asks the beholder to look inside themselves in a psychiatric and primitive way.
With a frenetic and almost rough tec
Robin Mayoff (@rhmimages)
Robin. SF Bay Area native. Award winning photographer living in Grass Valley California. Landscapes, buildings, bridges, street photo. All images ©rhmimages Instagram: @rhmimages and @rhmstreet Twitter: @rhmimages.
My artworks are the result of blending different human portraits with landscape and architecture elements.
The mind-bending photo manipulations create new alternative and expressive vision at usual portraits or landscapes
Frederik Trovatten (@trovatten)
I’m doing a 365 Street Photography Project.
I’m Dane 🇩🇰 living in Mexico City 🇲🇽
Paige Margulies (@drelladarko)
I am a camera
Kristyna Archer (@kristynaarcher)
Kristyna Archer is an award-winning advertising photographer and director with a knack for telling stories through her images. Her body of work is conceptual and compelling, highlighting offbeat moments with a nod to the idiosyncratic human condition. Her photographic accolades include awards from the Lucie International Photography Awards, Communication Arts Design Annual, and the APA awards. Her clients range from Leo Burnett and Ogilvy to The New York Times and VICE.
• Playing with shapes, lines, form and perspective • iPhone/iPad • Londoner/European • firstname.lastname@example.org • 🇬🇧🇮🇹🇪🇺
Darren John (@darrenjohn)
Artist whose primary concern is the value of the creative imagination and it's suppression in everyday life.
J. bizzoni (@j_biz)
narrative and spatial design
storytelling and installation ◇
research on territory and identit
Francis Willmann (@franciswillmann)
Pierre Manning (@pierre_man)
My email is : email@example.com
Photographer, director of photography and associate, Pierre is known for his portraits, his lighting, his effectiveness, his organization, his speed and sense of humor. A Swiss army knife of the studio, he maintains the morale of the troops, does not keep his tongue in his pocket and sing the old hits. He would not change the gang, the cyclo, the terrace, his parking spot and team meetings. He is a founder and member of the workers of the image since 1989.
No. No. No. No. No. (@fivetimesno)
Beauty or GTFO
Younes Mohammadi (@youmoh)
Daria Amarath (@daria_amaranth)
Michaela D'Angelo (@michaeladangelo)
Crystal Fischetti (@crystalfischetti)
International abstract fine artist. Private and public collections. From Hollywood celebrity homes, offices, restaurants to murals in LA and museums worldwide. Back in London. MA at Chelsea College of Art commencing October 2018.
Eva Woolridge (@ewphotos1)
Photographer | Residing in Brooklyn | Black and Unapologetic AF
Azucar - Magazine & Art Gallery (@azucarmag)
Born in 2012 as a catalog for emerging artists, to be downloaded on smartphones and tablets. Using an open call the works for each edition. Under this format, we launched 6 editions with over 300 artists.
Looking for dynamic ways to distribute content, in 2013 www.azucarmag.com is born. A portal to distribute self-produced content, sell art online and showcase the works of emerging artists.
Azucar organized over 30 art events, planned especially to showcase the works of young artists and offer a professional platform to exhibit and sell their artworks.