Over the past couple years I've worked on a couple different art related projects, revolving around illustration for a children's book and some photography, and thought it would be a good time to setup a place to showcase that type of stuff. I'm not super talented but am learning. I just switched from drawing on an Android tablet with an active stylus to a Surface Pro 7 and am looking forward to using the more robust applications available to improve my technique. I also have been practicing martial arts for 15 years and may post from time to time here or on my insta
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Laura Sissoko (@ateliersissoko)
I’m a freelance Digital Artist and Musician looking to create things that people will look at/listen to and notice all the good things around.
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Artur Parutkin (@dorian_gray)
Processing, Automatisation, Art
Grégoire A. Meyer (@z3rogravity)
Ash White (@ash_white)
Daniel Clark (@tv_pictures)
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Chris Coleman (@digitalcoleman)
Artist, professor of Emergent Digital Practices @ DU, gizmologist, digital fanboy, techno critic, open source advocate, critical arts engineer. WV->Denver CO
Run. Bike. Design. Creative Director at Amazon. Getting things done since AOL 1.0
Christoph Millotat (@strtvpr)
Currently situated in Kyoto, Kansai, Japan.
Architect & art director at nae-ark.
Crank + Cog (@crankandcog)
Bikes + outdoors + photography. Based in Sligo, Ireland.
The preeminent cycling 'thing.' TM
justin mckinley (@jjjjustin)
Art, bikes, Colorado, design.
Thomas Yang (@100copies_bicycle_art)
100copies is the brainchild of Singapore Creative Director Thomas Yang . An avid cyclist, he decided to combine two of his passions - bicycles and art - into 100copies. All of the products you see here are original designs created by him and are limited to, as the name suggests, 100 copies. Each piece of work will be watermarked, labeled with the title and edition number. As such, no two copies are ever completely identical.