Oriol Barberà Masats (@oriol_barbera_masats)
Director. Born in Barcelona, slacking off in Brazil.
Anika Juliane Neubauer (@anikajuliane)
Anika Neubauer is an architect and graphic designer based in Berlin.
Since 2013 she is holding a position as Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture at the Technische Universität Braunschweig. Her research and teaching activity emphasizes concept development and communication. Currently she is working on a trilingual compendium for architects to systematically analyze, understand and create landscape and urbanistic projects through pictograms together with Prof. Gabriele G. Kiefer.
Her professional work focuses on graphic design and conceptual planning. Anika collaborates with raumlaborberlin and is a permanent member of the architecture col
viveca johansen (@vivecajohansen)
follow me on instagram @vivecajohansen
Oliver McPartlin (@omcp)
It ain't art, but it sure is ugly.
Lauren vridl (@laurennab)
AR Visuals (@arvisuals)
Kristyna Archer (@kristynaarcher)
Kristyna Archer is an award-winning advertising photographer and director with a knack for telling stories through her images. Her body of work is conceptual and compelling, highlighting offbeat moments with a nod to the idiosyncratic human condition. Her photographic accolades include awards from the Telly Awards, AI-AP, Lucie International Photography Awards, Communication Arts Design Annual, and the APA awards. Her clients range from Leo Burnett and Ogilvy to The New York Times and VICE.
Patrick Woolf (@pwoolf)
Parsons School for Design BFA
Graphic Designer and Illustrator
Pierce O'Reilly (@reilly_art)
My recent practice looks into environmental anthropology, so I am interested in the relations between human beings and their environments.
I'm Lune van der Meulen (1991), an artist & all-round creative from The Netherlands. As an artist my main inspiration is still the human being and the rawer, darker sides of this being and of our lives. I'm fascinated by people's dualities and contradictions, by the choices we make and by what is good and what is evil in our eyes. I'm always searching for ambiguity in my work, for something beyond a first glance or first impression, and for a certain vulnerability in the hope that it might tell something about what it means to be human. To me and to anyone who looks at my work.
Bevin Palmer (@wavypixel)
French photographer based in Barcelona - Fashion & portrait
Jen Cuenco (@jencuenco)
Artist/photographer, lover of the weird.
Justine Vanderpool (@justeeeeeny)
Mostly concerts, sometimes other stuff.
Available for hire
All photos are mine
Azikiwe Aboagye (@thereallifedocumentarian)
Jamaican background, New York state of mind, California Soul
grant spanier (@grantspanier)
Geoffrey Stein (@gsteinnyc)
Geoffrey Stein is a recovering lawyer, who has been painting full-time since 2000. He received an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art, London in 2007. Stein lives and paints in New York City. He is represented by the Minster Gallery in the UK.
"I paint to find out what I think about the world; to discover the things I do not have words for. I savor the slips of the hand that reveal my unconscious feelings about the person being painted. I am interested in the conversation between abstraction and realism. My paintings explore the tension between what needs to be shown and what does not, the seen and the unseen."
Sean Edward Whelan (@seanedwardwhelan)
valentin fischer (@valentinfischer)
Full time photographer and videographer who enjoys scheduling meetings at coffee shops way too much.