Savannah College of Art and Design
Photography major/Fashion Journalism Minor
Rafaella Ferreira (@rafaella)
Kai Kousa (@kaikousa)
Making it up as I go. In love with film photography.
Homebase in Helsinki/Finland.
Jon Fisher (@jonfisherphoto)
London based photographer
Sentido Velocioni (@sentidovelocioni)
Pedro LP (@lostdecember)
The photo diary of a creative thinker working in Dubai.
Conrad Valone (@conradvalone)
visual designer / tech / LA
✧ posts are my work - mostly photos I’ve taken & edited with PS AE & C4D ✧
Ali Sahba (@alisahba)
Francois Verhoeven (@frv)
All images annotated with @elloiphoneography are taken, processed and sent to Ello straight from my iPhone. All other images are either by me or as stated other wise.
Gustavo Viso (@the_visography)
Follow me on Instagram for more @visography
Daniel Zuliani (@zuliani17)
DEGANN(1989) graduated from hogeschool voor de kunsten in Amsterdam(2011).
My paintings and watercolours are vivid and aesthetically liable images that sometimes disguise an atrabilious element. Mental vulnerability and transience are central themes in the work. The multiple layers in the paintings create an elusive form. Like light, the works are simultaneously fleeting and present. This corresponds with my perception of paintings as breathing organisms. This is why they are not made as mere artistic statements, but originate from a sincerely felt inner necessity. I search for shapes that intrigue and convince me.
Valentin Arthur Dubois (@valentinarthurdubois)
David Ohlerking (@davidohlerking)
Conceptual art studio in Toronto, CA. sculpture, art multiples, installations, art editions, neon. For more info on projects, visit the website below.
Bronwyn Lorelei (@bronwynlorelei)
Creepy, saggy, vaginal babes with no apologies.
Riccardo Sabatini (@riccardosabatini)
I just like to create visual worlds, and get lost in them. Follow me.
Tim Furey (@timfurey)
Tim Furey is an American artist. His work is done with pencil and colored pencil.
Alexis Price (@ipaintponies)
The world around us is transforming into the starkly unimaginable. Spacial and sensory understandings are breaking down and the universe we see every day becomes more and more the hideous reflection of our collective unconscious, both familiar and unknown. Pop-Surrealist painter and illustator Alexis Price creates a vivid and provocative body of work that encapsulates this contemporary phantom duality. Self-cannibalizing twins, hermaphroditic archetypes, twisted amputated physiological human forms, grotesque and profane taboo, shapeshifted part-human/part-animal beasts and cosmic alchemical symbolisms populate her artworks dancing alongside lush rainbows and