Hi-Fructose Magazine (@hifructose)
The New Contemporary Art Magazine started by artists Annie Owens and Attaboy in 2005.
"We choose to go to the moon ... and get our space sorted "
Scott Listfield (@scottlistfield)
I paint astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs.
Poster Project (@posterproject)
The basis of Poster Project is each member’s fortnightly interpretation of a single word, chosen randomly from the studio dictionary, as an A2 poster. A project by Front Page®, Glasgow.
Luke Choice (@velvetspectrum)
MSTRMIND (mas·ter·mind) is a West Coast-based artist whose artwork is characterized by bold lines and bright colors. Though this style is commonly associated with "friendlier" works, MSTRMIND’s favorite sources of inspiration (social issues, rap lyrics, propaganda, etc.) create an interesting juxtaposition of light-hearted execution and heavy subject matter.
Pip Craighead (@pipcraighead)
"Art is a form of play rejoicing before the face of God." Hans Rookmaaker
Eszter Mezei (@esztermezei)
I`m a freelance illustrator/animator currently based in Hungary, please feel free to email me for work based inquiries!
-- firstname.lastname@example.org --
Hello, my name is dave i do illustrations and other artistic things. Contact me for projects and stuff
Gerhard Human (@gerhardhuman)
Comic artist from South Africa
Angela Fox (@angelafox)
Laura Worrick (@wawawawick)
Art director, graphic designer, illustrator and collector of tiny things in Austin, TX. One half of WE Design Studios.
Follow my daily drawings and other illustrations on instagram @wawawawick
Cross The Pop (@crossthepop)
Say it with a needle !
Jessica Vaughan (@jessicavaughan)
Illustrator and Feminist
email me @ email@example.com
Bronwyn Lorelei (@bronwynlorelei)
Creepy, saggy, vaginal babes with no apologies.
Maria (Margot) Bacila (@reelc00lgrl)
horrifying sensitive postanime/designer++
Nicolas Monterrat (@ugdtg)
camera operator, dop, and gif creator
all the gifs here have been home made by your "serviteur"...
Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
marco puccini (@marcopuccini)
Raphael Salimena (@salimena)