David Lavaysse (@davidlavaysse)
ℳusic producer & Sound designer / France
CRPTC CHILD (@cryptic_child)
We are Audio Visual Concept Artist. Fu#k Genres. We Create Moods.
In our work we explore the awareness of our society and the artificial boundaries of our mind.
We use analogue & technological tools, to turn our ideas into a individual, manifested and bundled package.
Child who plays.
I mosly do music
DECIDE TO DANCE BECAUSE IT'S NOT IMPORTANT Eli Mishkin - Vocals, Guitar & Bass @JWS Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens - Electronics, Bass & Drums Jason Iselin - Guitar & Bass
Nicolas Canot (@nicolas_canot)
Nicolas Canot is a sound/digital artist, improviser, guitar player and teacher based in Reims, France.
Florian Meindl (@florianmeindl)
Florian Meindl is a multi-talented and multi-faceted artist, who is renowned for his technical prowess. Producing for over 15 years, Florian has become known for his diverse, powerful Techno productions, live performances and DJ sets.
2006 saw the inception of Florian’s label FLASH Recordings. The imprint showcases Florian’s musical vision, reflects his taste and gives him tracks for his DJ Mixes. A platform for artists that Florian likes, FLASH has had over 180 releases already including tracks and remixes from Radio Slave, Sigha, Stephan Bodzin, Lucy, Subjected, Jusai, Jamie Anderson, Flug, STRISC., Avgusto, Black Lotus, Twr72, Anml Mthr...
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Poisonous Birds (@poisonousbirds)
"Fucking spectacular" (Kerrang! Radio), atmospheric, synthetic. Bristol, UK. By @hello & @finnan.
Sergio Díaz De Rojas (@bonjoursergio)
I make music and direct @pianoandcoffee
Miguel Ferreira (@miguelferreira)
Building www.teardwn.com + www.heynishi.com. Entrepreneur & Marketing strategist by day. Record collector & ambient music lover by night.
Neon Music (@neonmusicnow)
Its all about music discovery
James Marshall (@dalek)
Figuring it out as I go
Michael van den Besselaar (@michaelvandenbesselaar)
Mashanda Lazarus (@mashanda)
LA based soft sculpture artist
We live in a system which finds convenient to raise insecure people. In Italy one person out of ten suffers or have suffered of Depressive Disorder. I’m one of them. As I started psychoanaltical therapy, everything went better, but yet I can’t say I will ever win this disease. I chase to build my University’s final project around Depression. This theme isn’t addressed properly in Western society, nor fought effectively. Every portrait is a self-portrait. Sometimes I find myself painting a self-portrait as a confused entity.
Kenji Hirata (@kenjihirata)
Lea Barozzi (@leabarozzi)
Lea Barozzi is a Portland, OR artist whose work has shown all over the world. Her illustrations have been featured on surfboards, skateboards, cd covers, books, jewelry, and apparel. Lea Barozzi's subject matter juxtaposes innocent doll-like maidens with distorted natural imagery and psychological symbolism. When she is not covered in paint, she enjoys exploring the Oregon coast, listening to punk rock, and devouring scifi/fantasy.
You can view Lea's work at
Hawtest Kitty (@hkart)
HK's art finds its roots in American abstract expressionism (1940-1950s). HK's paintings are meant to be visceral and messy, yet maintain varying levels of coherency through color, line weight, and composition. For full effect, the work is often best viewed at a distance. HK regularly uses handwriting and lettering to inform mark making; thus, the work can also be associated with Asemic writing.
Lin Tarczynski (@echo-of-newt)
Artist and poet, with a foundation in illustration and graphic design. Currently exploring a synthesis between three heirs of Dadaism: asemic writing, abstract comics, and visual poetry (vispo). Out of this exploration emerged Geranium Lake Properties, a single-panel abstract comic published online two or three times a week.
- A R T I S T
- H U M A N _ P E R S O N
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Choi Wong (@choiwong)
Artist (Collect - Disassemble - Create)
In my art, I study people and their mutual connections. These relationships are a recurring theme. My work is an ongoing study, and each single work is a link, a next step in my process. Each work teaches me something about my relationship towards others, about mutual connections and bonds.
Loneliness, power, control, dependency and trust are recurring themes.