Alex Montaner (@gatomontaner)
The eye of the beholder is one of the main conceptual approaches that Alex gives his abstract works.
Through a cheeky palette of playful and primary colours, his work shows the struggle between reality, emotions and experience itself. Those who look at his work will see something different and can appreciate the colours, shapes or simply the fact that it makes them think.
The works incorporate collages, mixed media and paintings - developing and manipulating their personal experiences, emotions and fictional beliefs to create something that asks the beholder to look inside themselves in a psychiatric and primitive way.
With a frenetic and almost rough tec
PhD student in psychology
Dave Towers (@t_o_w_e_r_s)
Art, Type, Graphic Design, London
karl-otto von oertzen (@karrrlo)
utopist telepath. choreographing ubiquity.
Michael Henley (@michaelhenleyart)
Artist/illustrator based in London.
Nicole Duennebier (@nduennebier)
Painter in Boston Area... that area
redTeam venice (@redteamvenice)
Artist Joey DeRuy (@joeyderuy)
Raised in both Montana and Kenya, self-taught painter Joey DeRuy has forged a specific, line-driven, figurative style all his own. His work combines the playfulness of late 20th Century street art with the geometric, African-inspired abstraction of Cubism, often with witty references to pop culture and geographic places.
Graffiti ~ Illustration ~ Motion
bases in Montréal, Qc, Canada
Tony Larson (@tonylarson)
Artist based in California.
Terry Hearnshaw (@terry_hearnshaw)
Graphic designer by trade.
Using Ello to share my personal artwork and photography.
Tristan (boivoid) (@tristan1)
rearranging of desires
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