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Eric Dufourd (@ericbcn)
Creative Director Retail & Hospitality, designer based in Paris, France
David Joel (@davidjoel)
Portland, OR based painter and designer.
Robyn Janine (@robynjanine)
✎ Freelance Illustrator⌇Creative ⎔
↝ Stickers + GIF’s 🔎 using: ‘@robynjanine_’
✄ Zine + Workshop Person
▲ She / Her
Self care • Intersectional Feminism • Mental health
Cesar Medina (@docbrownillustration)
Screen print Jedi not yet a master. Traditional doodler
Valery Zarytovsky (@valerazaryta)
Julia Wald (@juliawald)
I am an artist living in Seattle WA I like black pens and pho.
I’m Anna, illustrator based in Leeds. I love the weird, dark and mysterious.
Jutta Kivilompolo (@jutta-kivilompolo)
I'm a freelancer illustrator and graphic designer. I make patterns for fashion decoration and events. My illustrations and animations have been used in different products such as books, applications and music videos.
Jeff Bartell (@jbartell32)
Illustrator / Artist / Designer / All around creative
Ivania R. (@redlipsivania)
MIA filmmaker & graphic artist
Lee Brenner (@leebert)
pixels + code + art.
Tom C (@tomscampsite)
Nottingham based Illustrator and screen printer
Elif Cesur (@elifcesur)
Fashion Accessory Designer, Illustrator
Josh Holland (@josholland)
Artist / Illustrator • Denver
Vintage Collage Artist (@marieconigliaroart)
Collage made the old fashioned way, with vintage materials and razor blades. Based out of Denver.
Yancy Way (@echophon)
Artist exploring motion, nature, & design - making associations through code. Seattle WA
Sorina C (@sorinacotea)
Matt Shurtleff (@matt_shurtleff)
Painter influenced by minimalism and design.
David Roskilly (@fullom)
I am an artist, designer and photographer living and working in London. My work explores the idea of the intertextuality that exists on every surface of the modern visual environment, mostly unobserved but always present and it’s historical and continuing communication. It's concerned with where this dialogue originates from and to where it extends. It is also concerned with the occurrence of the abstract against this backdrop. Most of the work is collage on canvas, board or paper. The material comes in most cases from the street, usually ripped off pieces of street art, advertising and anything else left on the walls. There is also a lot of photography.
Kathleen Skeels (@kathleenaskeels)
Artist, Ceramic Sculpture
Yue Chen (@yueloveit)
Seek truth • Make beautiful things • Solve boredom