Joe Castro (@joecastro)
Pennsylvania-based collage artist, musician (Mighty Joe Castro & the Gravamen) and designer. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the United States and Europe and and featured in numerous books and magazines including "The Age of Collage (Gestalten), Glamour, GQ Style, Arkitip and The Baffler.
Ser Sinestesico (@sersinestesico)
Collage Artist, Digital Artist, Visual Ar
theoretically oriented hybrid practices
Tinca Veerman (@tincaveerman)
Are we capable of receiving new constructions, or are we always hooking it up to the 'thing' we know from real life and try to connect with that?
Arantxa Rueda (@arantxarueda)
Kathleen Reichelt (@kathleenreichelt)
Kathleen Reichelt's visual art is part of the permanent collection of the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, South Korea. Her work has been exhibited in Brooklyn, Montreal, Toronto and Quebec City. The artist's images and objects reflect an ongoing exploration and concern with contemporary colour, form, material and themes. With a background in Cultural Studies, and an ongoing pursuit of philosophy, the artist is compelled to communicate abstractly, with multiple meanings, puzzles, pluralism and thinking that visual art provokes.
Josep Santamaria (@josepsantamaria)
Artist / Palma (1989)
Lives and works in Madrid, Spain.
Gospodin Krugly (@gospodinkrugly)
Real World Is Not Enough
Wendy Fabels-Kruse (@wendyfabels)
Artist, mother, wife, earthling, no particular order.
Natalie Ciccori (@mrsciccoricco)
I am a Dutch illustrator and collage artist, living in San Carlos, California.
Growing up in The Netherlands, I have been creative in one way or another most of my life. In college I dedicated myself to art theory and film history, education and preservation.
The San Francisco Bay Area proves to be an inspiring environment for making illustrations and creating collages.
Zach Moldof (@zachmoldof)
My name is Zach Moldof and I make nature documentaries where we are the animals. I'm a Jewish Floridian living in Los Angeles. I started making art in 2000, and I've been taking my time since then. My work with Mishka, Wax Poetics, Noisey, Vice, and Complex, showed me how art and business can mix to make me rich and famous.
But I'd rather walk 1,000 miles where no one has been, than earn 1,000,000 dollars where money gets spent. My art invites you to participate in something unlikely, and you're just as likely as I am to decide the meaning.
Je suis beau.
Luis Martin (@theartengineer)
I am a New York artist originally from Los Angeles. Collaging, to me, is the ultimate democratic and political art practice. It’s source material can be anything and everything available to the artist. Every choice the artist makes gives new meaning and context to the images being collaged. By exercising appropriation, an act usually limited to those with absolute power, I give meaning to the images around me instead of it being imposed on me, through the media and advertisement.
Irina & Silviu Székely (@irinasilviuszekely)
Duo of self-taught collage artists & photographers. UK
Vesna Vrdoljak (@vesnavrdoljak)
Hyper Glu (@hyperglu)
I write algorithms that generate art. I create autonomous systems that take their own artistic decisions. I use mathematical patterns and programming languages to scale up things.
Frederik Vanhoutte (@wblut)
At night, I find myself behind the computer. When I blink, code is drawing random structures on the screen. I spend the rest of the night staring.
Karin Karst (@karinkarst)
'' define success on your own terms,
achieve it by your own rules''
for any inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Ning (@tracyning)
Editorial Art / Design / 3D
My body of work is largely 'Visual Arts' focused with 'Graphic Design' sensibilities.
Keith Peters (@bit101)
Makes art with code. Or metal and wood sometimes.
Creative coding & design
Dražen Jerković (@drazenjerkovic)
I am a fractal like everything around me
Laura Grace Marchi (@lauragracemarchi)