Reasons I love Ello No. 4,791
Here are some people I enjoy following - and why:
@eugenesunjae - he makes beautiful rice paper and ink paintings. I've been following him for months and months and he never disappoints. Such graceful fluid strokes. Saying so much in so few strokes. Beautiful.
This image is of him working. To see his work... go to his page.
@tiroas - I've told you to follow him before - and I'm saying it again. His posts range from musings on his day to what he's listening to and watching... to his struggles with substance abuse and the day he was almost killed. Coming through the other side - and rising up and still moving a long. He's funny, heartwarming, and sometimes sad.
If you like jazz - you should follow @jazzcommunity
A really good egg running it - and he really adds a lot to the posts. History, sidenotes, videos, etc... makes me want to go the extra mile whenever I post about jazz.
@lnsexo makes me smile on a frequent basis... not just because she posts a "smile of the day" (example below!), but so many of her posts are joyful. You'll also get some "coffee of the day" pics from time to time that @choubacca posts - and those are lovely indeed... and a little NSFW (not safe for work).
Seriously - scroll through her feed and look for the smiling people - they will warm your heart. From all over the world. All kinds of people.
@rickwayne let's read Rick's bio: "I tell stories about dinosaurs and robot hookers and superheroes and stuff. I curate art and music. (Occasionally NSFW)"
Well, he's a lot more than that. His sense of humor. His knack for diving into the heart of a topic - like the publishing industry. We've posted similar vintage sci-fi pictures.
He's writing The Minus Faction - and you can read parts of it frequently in his posts - and about his process and thoughts and all that.