Christopher DeLange (@ctrl-alt-delange)
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Matt Willis-Jones (@mattwillisjones)
Matt Willis-Jones (b.1973) is a British artist, writer and filmmaker. His portraits of transexuals in Mexico City incorporate digital photography with traditional painting and collage - a blurring of boundaries that echo his thoughts on sexual identity. 'There are too many rhetorics today about what make us different and I aim to speak to a broad audience, to allow those who might normally feel uncomfortable with the subject matter to engage with it. There is an inherent shock value with images of trans people which I work to eradicate through technique: integrating the familiar with the unfamiliar to reveal what is under the surface of the everyday.'
Graeme Jukes (@graemejukes)
Collage and Mixed Media Artist
Gabriela G (@pourpose)
Art Revolution (@joinartrevolution)
We feature art daily from the members of ArtRevolution.com. Contact email@example.com to submit for a feature. Todays artist: Amanda Beckham
Joe Castro (@joecastro)
Philly-based collage artist, musician (The Lift Up), oil painter and graphic designer. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the United States and Europe.
INDI 🌇ATL🌆 (@indiaelle)
Artist | Art Director based in Hong Kong
Julien Pacaud (@julienp)
Art | Illustration | Time travel
Ello Art Giveaways (@elloartgiveaways)
Follow Ello Art Giveaways to enter and win rad art from Ello Creators.
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
Sky Pape (@skypape)
Art maker, collector, culture hound and nature-nerd. Pom-pom waver for creative folk of all stripes. NYC. Specializing in abstract art / works on paper.
Dervin Batarlo (@dervinbatarlo)
Analogue collage artist • firstname.lastname@example.org • dervinbatarlocollage on Tumblr • dervinbatarlo_collage on Instagram
Mitia Krestov (@mitiakrestov)
The Evil Winters (@theevilwinters)
My name is Robert Schnettler. I create ambient, techno, shoegaze, noise, field recording, punk and goth, kind of all thrown together. thats the best way i can put it. no specific genre quite fits, i mostly just focus on writing the music that moves me. gotta stay true to the heart.
Photographer. Poetess. Writer. Music Bloggess. Creative. Curator. Also known as Music Before Breakfast but not killed off yet. My new side project is Helvetune | I'm also Lead for @ellomusic
Demetrios Zissiadis (@dzzzemi718)
Clovis C.M. (@cloviscm7)
Dark Beauty (@darkbeautymag)
Dark Beauty supports the designers and artist who have a lot to offer but are not always in the public eye.
MODERNISM IS CRAP (@modernism_is_crap)
Ello Curator In Residence:
◯ Cha Blasco
Explore the boundaries of what’s understood as contemporary art and not. A visual language where the relationship between the exposed works are in the intermediate space between the very obvious and very stilted, generating a direct subtle connection to each other.
Profile art by Bureau Mirko Borsche ©
Header art by unknown artist
Adel Ksk (@adelksk)
Artist, Korean, French, Belgian
HUMAN PAPER KILL building my world with collages (@magic_unicorn)
SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Announcing the 2nd edition of the Ello print magazine:
Not For Print, Issue 02 – Resist
We want to see who’s pushing the limits, challenging the mainstream, making work that says something important, and moving the world forward in a better direction.
Header image by @thomcat23
Chrissy Brimmage (@chrissybrimmage)
Illustrator based in Atlanta, GA
Brad Gray (@drabnail)
My works range from small, atmospheric oils to large, more complex compositions. The smaller pieces focus primarily on texture, creating mood and movement through the use of strong tonal ranges and loose brushstrokes. The larger works are often theatrical in nature depicting an array of peculiar characters thrown together in a world not entirely of our own. Influences of Bosch, Bruegal and Neo Rauch are evident in their compositional arrangements. I employ fantasy and satire to unravel the complexities of the human story. The works are rich in symbolism, reflecting life experience and issues of a wider nature. The paintings are often deeply personal that mir