Mark Gavillet (@mkgv)
Pablo Aguilar (@copio)
Full time artist, self taught. Currently existing in San Francisco.
Anuli Croon (@anuli_croon)
is a visual artist based in Rotterdam NL.
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.
Artist, designer and illustrator
I'm 22 years old self-thought graphic designer based in Poland.
Prints, Phone Cases, Wall Tapestries...
Carlo Accattato (@locreates)
John Dukes III (@johndukes)
It’s all love.
Sofía Viders (@sofiaviders)
I'm Sofía and I love experimenting with color contrasts and shapes. I constantly try new styles and techniques with my work. I hope you enjoy my art. Besos from Buenos Aires.
Meredith Marsone (@meredithmarsone)
Artists have always contributed to social commentary, holding up mirrors, reminding of things often overlooked or ignored. In viewing this work, my extended-hand is for you to remember your connection to the land.
We are in an unprecedented time. Whether you believe in climate change or not, we are violating our relationship to the ecosystems that sustain and nourish us. Some on our planet are already experiencing massive disruption. This body of work aspires to remind us all of our origins, our intrinsic residence in this natural world. We all come from the earth, and we will return to the earth.
Brittany Loar (@britt_loar)
Designer • Artist • Lost in the Right Direction
"How odd, I have all this inside me and to you it’s just words.” ― David Foster Wallace,The Pale King
mancini horan (@mancinihoran)
Just a girl, standing in front of a canvas, asking it not to suck.
Painter from NY. Uses fingers instead of paintbrushes. Searching to unravel the ancient question : are dogs truly better people than humans?
Cor Lap (@corlap)
Typical, warm and human, Cor Lap's work aesthetically takes control of the subjects. As a portrait painter, Cor is a critical observer and a empathetic intermediary between the subjects he portrays. He searches for the essence of the people he paints and reinforces that through his style of painting. We are retracted by the details, the light and the warmth. We get admiration for the subject. Through his craftsmanship he builds, by means of transparent layers of oil paint, subjects are turned into an exciting colors.
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