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Lisa Grace Lombardi (@lisvgrvce)
we are the universe experiencing itself in human form✨
Anna Jacobson (@annajacobson)
snap snap click click
Jérôme Cortie (@j_cortie)
Ítalo Dantas (@italo_)
Ítalo - 1999 |°| INSTAGRAM -euitalodantas
Kayte Demont (@kaytedemont)
Robert Wagoner (@rbwgnr)
Julia Schroeder (@juliaschroeder)
Wannabe photographer, shooting with my trusty Fujifilm XT-2 and Olympus Pen-F. I’m self taught, and interested in capturing things that happen organically around me in my life.
📍: Washington, DC
Kaia Naadira (@strangebirdproductions)
Kaia Naadira is filmmaker and photographer originally from the historic city of Selma, Alabama. Kaia’s work is inspired by and almost exclusively centers stories from the black, queer community, often with an experimental twist. Believing in centering truth in all their work, many of their projects are informed by real moments in their own life to remind people that they are not alone. Their work has been screened at the BlackStar Film festival in Philadelphia where they won an Audience Award for best short in their age group as well as the Black Trans Media film festival and Revolve Film Festival.
photographer / creative artworker
Sérgio Garcês Marques (@invisiblegentleman)
ARCHITECT | PHOTOGRAPHER | HACKER
Pablo JimenezMoreno (@jimenezmorenopablo)
Architect by profession, researcher by practice, bearded caiman by nature, illustrator by times
Agustín Mejía (@boogaloop)
Architecture photographer, colombian based in Barcelona.
My mind wonders a lot about how architecture and comic books are so strongly related
russell buchanan (@russellbuchanan)
UP interiors (@upinteriors)
Minimal, timeless everyday objects, architecture and spaces. upinteriors.com
Aistė Gudelytė (@aiste_gudelyte)
architecture, interior design, art installation
jennifer dowland (@jenniferdowland)
designer/urban researcher/housing advocate/life long student of the everyday, banal or quotidian.
Researching imagination. Looking for what appears when wandering through the kingdom of endless (digital) possibilities. Thoroughly enjoying the vasteness of this realm and its very appealing qualities. I play and discover. As no rules, no laws, no budget nor schedule restrict my quest for the natural source of ideas I'm exploring absolute freedom. It's hard to explain the fun it generates.
Nothing I show here exists in our everyday reality. All models are generated electronically.
All objects however may be more real than the holographic condition we perceive as our daily reality.
Samantha Millows (@samanthamillows)