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Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
Wanda Lotus (@wlotus)
NYC-based street and music event photographer.
Un jour j'irai vivre en théorie, parce qu'en théorie tout se passe bien...
Arne van Oosterom (@arnevanoosterom)
Photographer, Artist and Founder DesignThinkers Group and DesignThinkers Academy
Viktoria Georgieva / MOUSE is a Bulgarian artist with different interest generally in the urban art,painting and sculpture/installation/objects.
Caspar Menke (@casparmenke)
São Paulo, Brasil
work : ECOPORE social housing
hobby: street art
Thomas Tomas Tom Tommy Cawsterson (@tommy_cawsterson)
You're going to have to help me figure this one out.
Cody Ellingham (@cbje_tokyo)
⚡️ Photographer & Art Director in Tokyo. Creator of DERIVE ・ 東京人 ・ Wanderer
Photographer, rollerblader, cinema and graffiti enthusiast, MAD magazzine subscriber, pambolero do coração, hijo de las calles, de los mercas y pulgas...
Jamaal Dubose (@klearfade)
Street Documentary Photographer
All photography is my work, with the exception of re-blogged workings.
ANGKANA KENBUBPHA (@bbubphaa)
Nikita Sheth (@nikitasheth)
Weaving is my meditation.
I don’t like symmetry. I never have a set plan. Each weave intuitively evolves; an emotion, a thought, a narrative, converged into a tangible woven piece.
Lucy Engels (@skinnymalinkyquilts)
Artist, Quilter, Designer, Printmaker
Old School Embroidery & more...
Woodrow and Co (@woodrowandco)
weaver of one of a kind pieces
Maker @frontroomstitches in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I do embroidery + cross stitch.
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
Maker of woolly creatures and other cute things.
mandi smethells (@smoothhills)
Imaginative Fiber Art
Utah girl, born & raised. Started out crocheting, got addicted to spinning, taught myself to knit, then decided to dye both fiber & yarn.
My yarn stash is pretty much larger than it should be.