Brayco Excavation (@braycoexcavation)
Dustin Bray began his career working in the telecommunication industry over 15 years ago. He was able to work with some of the industries best, from pipe layers, Foreman to machine operators and ultimately estimators and managers. Dustin was lucky enough to have great mentors around early in his career. Brayco Excavation was started in 2015 and has focused on building long lasting relationships, while providing the best product possible. We believe through hard work and dedication to our existing clientele, BRAYCO will be able to greatly expand its services and customer base.
Location: Pitt Meadows
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Photographer, rollerblader, cinema and graffiti enthusiast, MAD magazzine subscriber, pambolero do coração, hijo de las calles, de los mercas y pulgas...
visual universe TIKA by artist (@maja_hurst)
Matt Niblock (@mattniblock)
Graphic Design x Street Photography • London
Jamaal Keita (@keita-fli)
All photography is my work, with the exception of re-blogged workings.
Check out my blog!!
Robert SEIKON born in 1987, Gdynia
SEIKON is a artist based in Poland, who graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. His work revolves around paintings and sculptures. Active in the art world and public sphere since 1999.Throughout the years his style has evolved and his interests focused on geometry and lines. SEIKON specializes in creating unique geometrical patterns which transform diverse surfaces with the use of color and design. Currently the artist has a growing interest in project Rurales.
Wanda Lotus (@wlotus)
NYC-based street and music event photographer.
Darren John (@darrenjohn)
Award Winning Artist championing Curiosity and Joy.
I make and sell paintings to revive the creative imagination.
I'm a French girl, based in Spain, crazy for crafting and designing softies and more!
Silvia Sutters (@astrangerview)
Fashion designer and patternmaker turned into avid quilter. Also @astrangerview on IG.
Contemporary handmade products.
Heather Black (@quiltachusetts)
Maker + lover of modern and contemporary quilts with a focus on crisp-clean geometric designs
Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon sews interpretative bojagi—Korean object-wrapping cloths historically created since the early Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910)—and wraps hallow human-scale figures with them to comment on the objectification of Asiatic female bodies. Further, she embeds patterns from contemporary sociopolitical events to challenge the notion of authenticity and examine the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity, and intersectionality. Please visit wwwjuliakwon.com for more information.
Luksie Wipriyance (@whoisluksi)
Working in partnership with the artisan weaver of rugs, GUR invites artists to express themselves on this support with a very specific technique using the same materials with the authenticity of a traditional kitchen rug but now much more fun. GUR can be the first place where you put your feet in the morning, a picnic friend or a frame in your living room. Hopefully the collection will keep on growing with new collaborations, keep on checking then!
Choi Wong (@choiwong)
Artist (Collect - Disassemble - Create)
In my art, I study people and their mutual connections. These relationships are a recurring theme. My work is an ongoing study, and each single work is a link, a next step in my process. Each work teaches me something about my relationship towards others, about mutual connections and bonds.
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Labry Studio (@labrystudio)
Artistic objects & lifestyle