Creative Debuts (@creativedebuts)
"Creative Debuts was born out of the frustration Alex and I had while at school and university. We felt alienated by the lack of opportunities available for emerging artists so we decided to take matters into our own hands and start a creative community with the focus of putting artists first.
Our mission is to celebrate the incredible undiscovered artists that go under the radar and make art more accessible by bridging the gap between the creative and commercial worlds."
Calum - Co Founder
Header artwork by Alexy Préfontaine Aeforia
Location: London, United Kingdom
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Digital Decade (@digitaldecade)
Digital Decade is looking for Ello-based artists to submit artworks and imagine how we may reinvent and edit our identities in the future - Post Identity - Digital Decade 6
Ryan Laxton (@ryanlaxtonphoto)
Fashion Portrait Photographer based in London
I am inspired by the narratives of characters within art and fashion
Amber Young (@amber)
Ello Lead Curator
Colors, shapes, textures, and tastes.
Header art by @obographism
Todd Berger (@todd)
Berger of Berger & Föhr
Header art by @dia
Latin Talent (@ellolatintalent)
-LATIN TALENT DIARY IN THE MODERN AGE-
Lead by @papaissue (a.k.a. Teresa Jiménez). When contributing, please tag @ellolatintalent
Cover artwork: @Harsa_pati (a.k.a. Arantxa Recio)
Marco Gallotta (@marcogallotta)
Lucian Föhr (@lucian)
The Föhr of Berger & Föhr
Current header by @ brtleonardo
Alexander Grahovs (@grahovsky)
Spanish self taught artist. Oil and digital paintings.
Jason Ackerman (@jasonackerman)
I have been a professional tattoo artist for a number of years and have been feeling a compulsion to explore a new means of self-expression. By the first few strokes, I found that painting was the missing key that would free my creativity. This quickly grew into an insatiable desire to create exclusively with acrylic and canvas. By juxtaposing notable historical and religious figures in my paintings, I am leaving the viewer with an uncomfortable image to pick apart individually. I find it fascinating to see the reaction and how it varies from person to person. The paintings typically evoke a feeling of shock and confusion. The plastic appearance of my cha
Vasya Kolotusha (@kolotusha)
John Reuss (@reuss)
John Reuss - visual artist, born 1973 in Germany, now living and working in Denmark.
Richard A. Kirk (@richardakirk)
RICHARD A. KIRK IS A CANADIAN VISUAL ARTIST, ILLUSTRATOR, AND AUTHOR.
He exhibits internationally. Richard has illustrated works by Clive Barker, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Christopher Golden, China Mieville, the rock band Korn and others.
Richard's work is drawn from an interest in the forms and processes of the natural world. He explores these themes through the creation of meticulous drawings, which often depict chimerical creatures and protean landscapes. Metamorphosis is an underlying narrative in all of Richard's work.
Richard is the author of the novels, THE LOST MACHINE (Radiolaria Studios, 2010), and NECESSARY MONSTERS (Resurrection House, Arche Press, 2
Leslie Vigeant (@someladyvee)
ARTIST / EDUCATOR
Leslie’s work considers the hierarchies of "low" vs "high", expectations vs reality. Her studio practice focuses on employing a domestic visual language to critique the distemper of the perceived female disposition. MFA in Applied Craft + Design, Oregon College of Art and Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art; BFA 2D Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
EXHIBITIONS: LESLIE has exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at Soltesz Fine Art and HAP Gallery, Portland, OR; AIA, San Francisco, CA; Cambridge College, MA; Woodbury Art Museum, UT; University of Missouri, MO; and the Winnipeg Underground Film Festival,
VALENTINÉ -Artista visual.
Rob Unett (@robunett)
A hopeless romantic painfully pleasured cynic, an image-maker + artist. I appreciate all creativity exploring our world of sound + vision with an open mind + heavy heart.
Artist, surfer, snowboarder, shaper,designer,nature enthusiast, born in Athens Greece 1970!
Andy Dass (@andydass)
Andrew Da Silva is a Urban artist from Montreal, inspired by 90’s cartoons, comics and graffiti. With a penchant for clean bold lines, and vibrant colour palettes, Andrew paints monsters, and characters with a distinctive edge. His paintings are often humorous, satirical, cute and sometimes creepy.