D A S T (@daaast)
_Neon is my light
+ Cyber is my body
//Digital is my soul
/// everybody is connected . everybody is wired ///
Tyler Weitz (@twizzle_stix)
∆∆ DIGITAL ARTIST ∆∆
∆∆ INTERACTIVE DESIGNER ∆∆
"I make stuff, that's my deal!"
Mike Murdock (@mjmurdock)
Virtual Reality Artist
make something with motion (:
3d and motion graphic artist
Adam Priester (@adampriester)
Kirill Maksimchuk (@nomorerender)
Duane King (@duaneking)
A Creative Director in Portland spacing out on Ello.
Cømbined. Røbots. #destiny
Eugene Golovanchuk, also known as Skeeva, is a self-taught art director, digital and concept artist based in the Ukraine. His life is full of digital experiments, combining different tools shapes and colours to create his own unique style within the digital art world.
Eugene began his career in early 2016 with a self challenging series of projects entitled 'Everyday Art'. He has an extensive background in creating concepts and 3D assets for AAA games, movies, digital ads and album cover artworks. Feel free to contact him via email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hans-Jörg Lorenz (@orange-1)
Hey there! I am Hans-Jörg Lorenz (Orange-1)! A studied drummer, musician, artist from Bayreuth (Bad Berneck) in Bavaria, Germany!
Everyday a new project! Stylow is a Visual wizard / Graphic Designer / Vfx artist.
I’m a freelance Multimedia Artist and Musician looking to create things that people will look at/listen to and notice all the good things around.
Hey there, we are FOREAL®, a design studio with a creative focus on illustration, animation and art direction founded by Benjamin Simon and Dirk Schuster.
ALTITXDE | Ash Cox (@altitxde)
3D Art girl // Motion Designer
All dressed up with nowhere to go.
Art, film, photos, music, words.
Use most posts as a narrative,
Some mine, some others.
Art, photography, design and fashion in a single online art gallery and design shope: a place for non-conventional artistic and craft projects whose aim is to arouse contemporary minds.
Studio XS (@studioxs)
Hi! I'm Cesare Perniola, founder of Studio XS.
Fond of technology&music, since 1977 I have been living in Carrara, in the heart of the Apuan Alps, over the Mediterranean Sea, in Northern Tuscany.
Unlike many designers out there, my school career was varied; I did not learn 3D or animation at school, I have never worked for an important design firm, I have never worked for important national commercials and I had to work hard to get here. Tx to my versatile background, I hope to watch design from a different point of view. Looking at the tutorials I find out that there are other self taught designers who are making my same path. Quite comforting isn’t it?
John Unwin (@junwin)
I started photography using a Russian 35mm to take pictures of my father's construction sites as well as a range of other pictures. After learning to push process and print at school, I sold theatrical and sports shots and had numerous photos appear in the college magazine.
After university, I became an engineer, which fueled my love of geometry, form, and computer graphics. I was fortunate to have done an art foundation course at Leeds College of Art and Design; my abstract works echoes the profound influence it had on my artistic work.
My current focus is on architecture, interiors, landscape and abstract work. I use a range of cameras from medium format
Jason Ebeyer (@jasonebeyer)
Jason Ebeyer is a 3D artist and Visual Designer currently based in Melbourne, Australia.
Cristian Acquaro (@christripes)
Founded by sensible, passionate storytellers with a whimsical take on the everyday.
The team is, insistently, on the lookout for a deep color sense and a strong use of the methaphor.
I’m Marica, also known as Meeduse, 24 years old. I graduated in Graphic Design and New Technologies for Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bergamo, Italy.
I work as a photographer since 2012 but in 2016 I moved my attention to Post Internet art, cyber space and 3D art.
I'm definitely an Internet enthusiast.
Ever since I can remember I’ve always had to do with art, but my life has definitely taken a positive turn when I went to see Cory Arcangel's exhibition ‘This is all so crazy everybody seems so famous’, the white cube was not a bad place anymore, apathetic with intermittent lights but rather a beautiful place, a place for me.