When imperfection acts as a driving force for art and analog technology stands alongside digital evolution, the past, the present and the future are one! Polygon brings us into a glitch universe that represents his daily life; a distorted world where reality and imagination mingle.
Polygon is passionate about visual art, he draws his creative strength from the 80s & 90s culture and explores the infinite possibilities of creation using analog synths and video processors. Not only a video director, he is also a music composer and a visual artist.
Comic book enthusiast. Just an introverted girl trying to find herself in a world of chaos.
Hello! We are Seesaw - a multidisciplinary design studio.
We create visual storytelling with an emphasis on creativity, emotion and aesthetic of the works, through a variety of media such as illustration, motion graphic, film, projection art and installation.
Scott Balmer (@scott_balmer)
Anneli Olander Berglund (@anneliolanderberglund)
Anneli's illustrations combine a lush painterly sensibility with a darkly playful take on girlish fun and the remixing of fantasy with the everyday.
Davy Evans (@davyevans)
Multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Brighton. With a background in graphic design, Evans fuses analogue and digital techniques to create ethereal abstract imagery. He uses experimental photographic methods, combined with light and liquid to replicate colour, form, and distortions, inspired by those found in the natural world.
Tyler Spangler (@tylerspangler)
Psychology graduate & Art Center College of Design dropout—Ran illegal punk venue for 13 shows until police shut it down—Freelance artist.
Painter and illustrator.
Every day is magic.
Noah Greer (@vaderbreath)
David Welsh (@david_welsh)
I love buildings, my language is architecture with a mixture of art, and a bit of photography
artist, creator, photography, travel
Architecture photography from Barcelona
infosec // programming // arduino // android // gaming // hacking // etc
Jaycee Crawford (@jayceecrawford)
Portraitist & Intermittent Landscape Photographer / Global Traveler
Lu Cong (@lucong)
Lu Cong was born in Shanghai in 1978, and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of 11. He studied biology at the University of Iowa, and attended graduate school for Humanities at the University of Colorado. He’s been recognized as an original and influential American painter. His work has been exhibited at many institutions and galleries, including the University of Connecticut (Storrs), the University of Denver (Denver), Henoch Gallery (New York), Jonathan LeVine Gallery (New York), Corey Helford Gallery (Los Angeles). His recent projects include South West Light (2011), How Long Have You Been Gone (2013-2015), and Memory is a Future Tense (2016- ).
graphic designer. sci-fi fan. gamer. music maniac. blockchain & crypto enthusiast.
A collective of creatives living life with mental illness.