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Chris Keegan (@chriskeegan)
I work as a freelance illustrator, printmaker and animator.
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.
Sterling Love (@sterlinglove)
Artist, Creator, Philanthropist, living life and having FUN @LoveArtFactory
Phil Clark (@phil_clark)
An artist in Dallas, TX // Polymer Peddler // Bicycle and outdoor enthusiast.
BS Photography, Texas A&M University - Commerce
Yancy Way (@echophon)
Artist exploring motion, nature, & design - making associations through code. Seattle WA
Creative Visual Art via Experimental Photography, Analog VHS Glitch, Dimensional Generative Synthesis
Laura Sissoko (@ateliersissoko)
Luka Lavrenci (@luka_lavrenci)
Ángel Sánchez Borges (@antiguoautomata)
Archan Nair (@archannair)
Filip Hodas (@filiphodas)
Víctor Santiago (@vypunto)
I'm Víctor Santiago an artist based in Barcelona (Spain). I love to create collages in which I mix colors and monochrome, old and news and matching elements, situations or places that aparently have nothing in common. I offers poetic creations, tinted of humor and irony and where element are associated with a purpose.
Juarez Tanure (@juareztanure)
Graphic designer. Collage artist. Album, poster and eitorial maker.
graphic artist / graphic designer / art director / Tokyo Yamada Dsign Office CEO
Emidio Bernardone (@emidio_is_here)
Will Jenkinson (@wrjenkinson)
Painting, taking photos, making collage and shooting films
get in touch @email@example.com
Mariana Bastos Collage (@marianabastoscollage)
Portugal, 1987. Mariana graduated in Food Engineering. She considers each of her works as a kind of living totemic figure, part of an intransmissible non-religion.