Daniel Isles | DirtyRobot (@1sles)
Illustratior + Comic artist
Travis Hanour (@tjhanour)
Director of Film and Commercial
Uriel Correa (@undianuevo)
Uriel Correa is a Los Angeles based artist focused in painting and illustrative techniques. He pulls inspiration anywhere from Tibetan tapestries to 60s mystery novel cover art. While drifting into neon zones of psychedelic array he fuses premonition and pandemonium enhancing a chaotic complexion. His work is constantly changing and evolving into different storyscapes.
François Aubret (@francois_aubret)
I am a French photographer who capture the hidden geometry and patterns in overlooked urban scenes. My "Graphic Encounters" turn the mundane of everyday errands into extraordinary images. By revealing the invisible beauty and humor, I am hoping to make people dream in their own daily lives.
Stefania Tejada (Colombia, 1990) explores and studies the female spirit, an immersion within the concept of identity and her personal evolution as a human where fashion and nature unite. She is in constant search of capturing her subjects when they feel most vulnerable or most powerful.
The face of her subjects acquire a special pre eminence; an exposed place. Her subjects connect returning the gaze, establishing a relationship and allowing the viewers to question themselves about the role of women in today’s society, allowing them to see the trace of the past and the present; to see what’s hidden behind those eyes.
Cris Wiegandt (@criswiegandt)
Specializing in stop motion, I am a multi-award winning animation director & designer who mixes rhythm and colors to create fantastical worlds that reach far beyond the every day. As well as unique storylines and an outstanding dedication to detail, my work is inspired by the richness of cultures, creativity and imagination that I have experienced on my journey from Sao Paulo to Berlin.
As a freelance director, animator, and designer I am experienced in all aspects of conceptualizing and creating crafts for both illustration and film. My work has already inspired clients such as Coca-Cola, Ben & Jerry's, Disney, Pepsi and EVIAN, to name just a few.
Hi! I'm a freelance illustrator based in Russia. I'm drawing illustrations about fun situations, using fun characters.
visual artist based in Indonesia
We are a design studio from Hamburg and develop brands as well as print and digital projects. Our work is based on a strategic design process and a solid conceptual approach. We have a strong focus on typography, design systems and contemporary visual culture. We are available for projects, workshops, consultancy or freelance work for every aspect of the design process.
Elena Kulikova (@elenakulikova)
MODERNISM IS CRAP (@modernism_is_crap)
◯ Cha Blasco
Explore the boundaries of what’s understood as contemporary art and not. A visual language where the relationship between the exposed works are in the intermediate space between the very obvious and very stilted, generating a direct subtle connection to each other.
Profile art by Bureau Mirko Borsche ©
Header art by unknown artist
Franz Lang (@franzlang)
Illustrator based in London - open to commissioned work, opportunities and collaborations
Ryan ((R. THiES)) Thies (@rthies)
Creating cartoonism in the form of drawings, paintings, comix, and trippy weirdness, etc.
Esther JL Noben (@esther_toykyo)
Art Director @toykyo, a graphic studio based in Ghent, Belgium.
Everything abstract (@elloabstract)
Surfacing a little known and too often misunderstood faction of the art world: Abstract Art in the XXI Century. Community features creators who across disciplines - explore their contemporary modern takes via original visual compositions. Discover awesome.
avatar: @caldean / header + curation by @cgwarex
Ping @elloabstract to submit a project.
David McBride (@davidmcbride)
I am an Artist primarily using Photography to investigate it's abstract form stemming from a particular interest in our streets vernacular.
Andy Cunningham (@synd3tic)
Artist MFA Hunter College NYC '96 Lives in Sacramento California.
Adam Ambro (@ajambro)
Beginning with a recycled canvas of newspaper, layers of pen, marker and whatever else happens to be within arm's reach are added. The end result is a highly textured, imperfect interpretation of some of the world's most iconic adventuremobiles.