don't tax my gig so hardcore, cruster.
christian french (@xfrench)
While studied and worked within marketing/PR/communication my entire life, a passion towards anything and everything creative has always sparked a fire within me. On the side, creating has always helped me either financially but also creatively and spiritually.
Michele Federico (@cinemich)
It's the unspoken truth of humanity, that you crave subjugation. The bright lure of freedom diminishes your life's joy in a mad scramble for power, for identity. You were made to be ruled.
Bill (William) Kirk (@firstassistant)
In Films, Television for a very, very long time.
I like you. And wine. And puppies. But I like you most. Well, maybe wine most and you second. You're at least third. Oh and guaccamole. Shoot. You're definitely high up on the list.
Μου αρεση να φοραω τα εσωρουχα σου μωρο μου
Marion K Nowak (@mknowak)
Multimedia Artist and freelance Content Creator
Matthew Parsons (@fanboy30)
An Englishman now living in Canada. Geek, Artist, Toy Collector and Photographer. This is my own space to share thoughts/ideas, news, sketches & designs.
Rachel M. Bray (@rachelmbray)
artist . writer
Doldrum Philosophy (@doldrumphilosophy)
Waqar Ahmed (@theangrylawyer)
Corporate & Banking Lawyer and love Glof
Instagram -> @ru
Pame Santos (@pamesantos)
Brazilian photographer based in São Paulo. Instagram: @pame.santos
Millia Klarck (@milenaklains)
look at my pussy
Gabriel Marquez (@gabrielmarquezart)
As an artist Gabriel has been drawing for most of his life. He explores art of all mediums but focuses specifically on murals, drawings and paintings. His artwork explores themes of an illusory motion trapped in frames of stillness. His characters are fixed in a surreal motionless state, as if frozen in time. The aesthetic of his imagery makes the eyes drift and flutter through the use of continuous lines. The progression of linear contours in his characters keep the attention of the viewer. His collaged charcoal illustrations float above a blank white creamy surface, separating the composition from the background. This makes his work feel as though each cha