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Roman Königshofer (@rawmeyn)
Professional Photographer | Filmmaker. Based in Innsbruck, Austria.
Brendan Lynch (@brendanlynchphotography)
ER Nurse / User of a Camera || What a Combo
↟Atlantic Northeast° USA ↟
Brooks Sterling (@brookssterling)
My adventures. 35mm film & digital. Enjoy.
Katie Leigh (@thekatieleigh)
Writer, Photographer, Artist • I Help Women Like YOU Feel Beautiful Inside & Out - Blogging Style, Life, Wellness + Design.
I’m a creative from Australia. By day I work as a freelance designer and photographer. After hours and on the weekend I run my blog driftandwander.com.au and explore whatever natural or urban wilderness I can find, camera in hand.
I always try and live creatively and photography has taught me to see everyday life in angles, lines of perspective and shades of light. The slight turn of a head, the subtle reflection of afternoon light, incredibly simple moments that most people would pass by inspire me to shoot, discover and explore. I’m never happier than when I’m wandering along a mountain ridge or coastline, camera in hand, seeing what can inspire me. It’s
Brian Wu (@rusticatlas)
Josh Thompson (@therealjoshthom)
Mixed product of the Smokies, Sierras, and the Rockies.
Brady Robinson (@brobinson7)
Photographer + Editor
David Arias (@davidarias)
Design, Art, Photography, Lifestyle, Adventure.
Matt Brodeur (@mrbrodeur)
Creative Director at umbrla
Matt Hanns Schroeter (@matthanns)
Illustrator, designer and photographer. Makes a mean cup of coffee. Doodles 👉 @heybop
Charles Pacqué (@charlespacque)
20 y/o freelancer - stills & motion - located in Belgium
Julia Kwon (@juliakwon)
Julia Kwon sews interpretative bojagi—Korean object-wrapping cloths historically created since the early Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910)—and wraps hallow human-scale figures with them to comment on the objectification of Asiatic female bodies. Further, she embeds patterns from contemporary sociopolitical events to challenge the notion of authenticity and examine the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity, and intersectionality. Please visit wwwjuliakwon.com for more information.
Labry Studio (@labrystudio)
Ada Olive Handmade (@adaolivehandmade)
L i a n ~ making art with rope and yarn.
Aussie macrame artist and supplier of Australian cotton
Working in partnership with the artisan weaver of rugs, GUR invites artists to express themselves on this support with a very specific technique using the same materials with the authenticity of a traditional kitchen rug but now much more fun. GUR can be the first place where you put your feet in the morning, a picnic friend or a frame in your living room. Hopefully the collection will keep on growing with new collaborations, keep on checking then!
Turbogal on Ravelry (@turbogal)
Knitter, scientist, foodie
Wild Standard (@wildstandard)
We make flags with our bare hands.
Rick Veerle (@rickandveerle)
Rick and Veerle met during their study at the Art Academie, they live and together for several years now. After a few years of making art separately they decided in 2011 to combine forces. This resulted in a colourful collaboration where paint and textile meet. Every work is an explosion of lively forms and colours that will shower the spectator with positive energy.