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Amanda French (@amandajfrench)
Spinner. Dyer. Weaver. Knitter. Painter
I'm a French girl, based in Spain, crazy for crafting and designing softies and more!
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.
Loneliness, power, control, dependency and trust are recurring themes.
Lucy Engels (@skinnymalinkyquilts)
Artist, Quilter, Designer, Printmaker
Silvia Sutters (@astrangerview)
Fashion designer and patternmaker turned into avid quilter. Also @astrangerview on IG.
Ich mache Tücher als "Obstfabric"
Contemporary handmade products.
Douglas Knisely (@dknisely)
Engineer, photography enthusiast. Seattle, WA, USA. Photos are (c) D. N. Knisely, All Rights Reserved. If you are interested in using one of my images, please contact me. I'm almost always OK with personal non-commercial use. If you want to license an image for commercial use, I'd be happy to discuss.
Jake Gottman (@jakegottman)
Photographer, cinema and graffiti enthusiast, MAD magazzine (RIP)subscriber, pambolero do coração, hijo de las calles, de los mercas y pulgas… all photos by me :)
Bernd Schaefers (@berndschaefers)
Capturing moments in black and white.
Wanda Lotus (@wlotus)
NYC-based street and music event photographer.
We make stuff expressed through the nuance of skateboarding, music and art.
I'm the illest mutha fucka from here to Gardena...
Damon Way (@damon)
Play Music / Shoot Film / Build Brands / Skate Pools
briss photo (@brissphoto)
Monty Lukies (@syntheticorder)
Define myself by my career, something witty about cats, life philosophy in a hashtag, various emojis. Views expressed here are often of rad street art.
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