Jeremy Tourvieille (@jeremy_tourvieille)
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Heather Black (@quiltachusetts)
Maker + lover of modern and contemporary quilts with a focus on crisp-clean geometric designs
Kim Bertoe (@bertoe)
// conceptual artist // philosophy student // traces\traces // deconstruction
Ghouling around in the woods of New Jersey
👻 @yourgothicgranny on instagram
Luksie Wipriyance (@whoisluksi)
Maria Paredes (@mariaparedes)
Maria Paredes is an emerging artist from Los Angeles. She is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and also studied at the California College of the Arts in Oakland and San Francisco. Her work is mixed media, though she is at her core a painter. She incorporates photography, both her own and found, as well as a rich palette of papers, textures, inks, and adhesives to create rich, multi-dimensional worlds.
Claire Martine (@claire_martine_)
+++ Analog collages +++
Prints, postcards & originals available
20 years young working with digital collage and paint
Brianna Bliss (@dandyblisscandy)
Writer, art-witch, love-maker, norm-breaker.
Producer of psychic graffiti.
La cara de nadie. (@lacaradenadie)
Collages from the under desire of my broken side
De todo un poco, o un mucho.
Documenting transparent things
.. an area guide to things i make
and disappearing between the lines
ᴰᴬᴺ ᴾᴱᵀᴱᴿᴷᴬ (@frank__pantera)
Manu Duf (@manuduf)
I'm a collage artist, I like to make things ...
Minimalism is a quest to expose the essence to communicate the value of an object. Explore an inspiring and striking curated series of minimalism in art and design. Curated by Carl MH Barenbrug and Rachelmauricio Castro.
Marc Johannknecht (@marc_jo)
aspiring cinematographer | photographer
based out of vancouver
focusing on the important things
Phases Magazine (@phasesmag)
Phases is an online magazine that focuses on international contemporary photography which is publishing weekly a selection of 3 portfolios from talented artists.
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.
Jaime Alvarez (@jaimephoto)
Photographer, Philly based.
organic + fair fashion with a special pinch of independent style