Cruz marguetti (@cruzmarguetti)
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Zsolt Vidak (@zsoltvidak)
My name is Zsolt Vidak. I live and work in Budapest (Hungary). I make book illustrations, posters, comics, and I design stamps for the Hungarian Post.
Grew up among of inks, papers, pens and many scribbles on the wall on his House.
Fan of a minimalist lifestyle, the artist carries more than 10 years of experience in research and artistic development.
"My paintings look unfinished because that’s what people are, they are unfinished. Your Face, your behavior”
Tyler Scully (@specters)
Minimal Expressionist. From San Francisco live Los Angeles.
Tyler Spangler (@tylerspangler)
Psychology graduate & Art Center College of Design dropout—Ran illegal punk venue for 13 shows until police shut it down—Freelance artist.
Carlos ARL (@carlos-arl)
I draw and take photos
Yue Chen (@yueloveit)
Seek truth • Make beautiful things • Solve boredom
Yvonne McClement (@parkerandloulou)
artist & decorative painter
Berlin born / Shanghai based visual artist.
Executive Creative Director at The Hype / Pixomondo
Imanol Aizpuru (@imanolnaizni)
CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
Graphic designer / Editorial art director / Mag lover /
Michael McNeive (@mmcneive)
Co-founder and Design Director at Drexler. Posting random photocopy collages and drawings that I make in my spare time.
Sharon Butler (@butlers)
Awardwinning NYC blogazine about painting, painting, and more painting
charlie bonallack (@ellocharliebquiet)
With the ubiquitous digital image taking centre stage and the decline of the printed photograph, Charlie (a british artist based in Montpellier, France) presents the printed photograph as a thin receipt or a fossil…a half truth, a trace, possibly a clue to the past.
“I never liked photography,” Robert Mapplethorpe is quoted as saying, “Not for the sake of photography. I like the object. I like the photographs when you hold them in your hand.”
James Porschen (@jporschen)
This body furthers an exploration into the phenomenology of abstraction. These images concentrate specifically on color field theory, focusing on the interplay of lines and colors to create emotional responses. The neon tubes help further the work from its original geographic location. This enables the viewer a subjective interpretation rather than the dismantling of the image objectively. The images are not intended to reflect the location they were taken but rather the inner destination one creates while viewing them. With the loss of narrative associations, these images may then serve as vessels for contemplation.
Otto Gepko Pfannschmidt (@ottogepko)
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