Chris Fucile (@cfucile)
Portrait and editorial photographer with several publications both online and in print. Experience working with agencies in Portland, Denver, and Los Angeles.
Location: Portland, OR
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mandi smethells (@smoothhills)
Imaginative Fiber Art
Labry Studio (@labrystudio)
Contemporary handmade products.
Kat Howard // Book Meat Studio (@kat_howard)
Poet. Book Artist. Fiber Artist. Maker. // Text + Textile + Texture // Hudson Valley // firstname.lastname@example.org
Luksie Wipriyance (@whoisluksi)
ORE + WOOL (@oreandwool)
Modern fiber art made from natural materials, ethically sourced 🐑🌾
Katrina Craig (@katrinamjcraig)
Shedding our skins so we can see each other.
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
season evans (@sdevans)
ellen // @ellenbeezy (@fibrous)
• woven home goods & accessories • handmade by ellen bruxvoort in austin, texas co-curator of @elloweaving
Karen Burton (@runsewfun)
I run and sew for my heart. It's fun!
stephanie barker (@themakersheart)
•Home-textiles for the eco-conscious
•Made with natural, organic &recycled fibres
•Vegan range coming soon
•Online store opening March 2017
Aussie macrame artist and supplier of Australian cotton
Pj Smith (@pjsmith)
Art director and designer.
Curator at The Trotteur.
Curator at @ElloFashion.
MODERNISM IS CRAP (@modernism_is_crap)
◯ Cha Blasco
Explore the boundaries of what’s understood as contemporary art and not. A visual language where the relationship between the exposed works are in the intermediate space between the very obvious and very stilted, generating a direct subtle connection to each other.
Profile art by Bureau Mirko Borsche ©
Header art by unknown artist
Zach Moldof (@zachmoldof)
My name is Zach Moldof and I make nature documentaries where we are the animals. I'm a Jewish Floridian living in Los Angeles. I started making art in 2000, and I've been taking my time since then. My work with Mishka, Wax Poetics, Noisey, Vice, and Complex, showed me how art and business can mix to make me rich and famous.
But I'd rather walk 1,000 miles where no one has been, than earn 1,000,000 dollars where money gets spent. My art invites you to participate in something unlikely, and you're just as likely as I am to decide the meaning.
used to be a magazine designer
loving French fries, collage, life and still life photography
Jeanne Teolis (@jeanneteolis)
American collagist, Jeanne Teolis lives and works in upstate, New York. She is a collector of ephemera, scouring used book shops, yard sales, and junk shops to incorporate it in her collage work. Art has always been her passion, growing up she created many small masterpieces for her mother, drawing, cutting and pasting whatever she could get her hands on. To Jeanne, collage is an adventure, using found images from vintage magazines, and books, starting with one piece she lets the rest unfold with limitless possibilities. She finds inspiration in everyday life, and has much fun creating art to share. Jeanne continues to explore and experiment with new forms
Tanja Jeremić (@tanjajeremic)
Tanja Jeremić is visual artist based in Belgrade, Serbia. She creates digital collages and motion graphics by combining old photos she finds with contemporary styles. Her work is mainly composed of few unrelated elements from old photographs in which she recognises her thought. She filters those photographs through her personal designs and aesthetics thus giving us her surreal universe.
Curt Harbits (@gluefinger)
Collage artist / illustrator from the Northeast.
Trying to sort things out through cutting and pasting.
Vero Glezqui (@veroglezqui)
Visual artist, coffee and NatGeo magazines junkie, textile hunter and creator/designer of Hilvenik.