Jurica Gotal (@juricagotal)
| ART PROJECT: The Hole Period 2020 – 2060 | ARTIST: Jurica Gotal | DURATION: 40 years |START: 01/01/2020 - END: 12/31/2060 | THEME: THE HOLE |
Spanish artist and tattoer living around in Europe, learning new languages and cultures and wishing to travel more
Nik Thursday (@nikthursday)
Writer. Absurdist, surrealist, abstractist, ridiculousist. Novels, short stories, and microfiction.
Shortcut to my writings on Ello: #nikthursday // email: firstname.lastname@example.org
THINGS HAPPEN TO ME
Mitsue H. (@mitsuehioki)
Daniel McNeil (@danmcneil)
Kyle Locke (@kylelocke)
Interactive design director at Fitbit. Studied graphic design at California College of Arts.
Realizador, dibujante, escultor
Thomas Dahms (@thmsdhms)
Photos, software and a bit of music.
JaamZIN Creative (@jaamzin)
We feature contemporary visual artists
Mariana Rezer (@bridgetoaltair)
writer / photographer / filmmaker
architect, designer, translator and interpreter, journalist, poet wannabe, vegetarian, cat lady, sleep deprived, desperate for peace, hyperactive, chaotic
Jacob Fox (@dutchpossum)
// I make shitty graphic designs and gifs for fun // :^)
Painter and printmaker
Sakkeer Poozhithara ⊙ (@sakkeerpoozhithara)
Ello Active Member, Since : 2014 March
║OnlinEditor ║ Graph-Designer║
Hometown: Kottakkal-Kerala , INDIA
Matthew Schiavello (@matthewschiavello)
Abstract photography, urban landscapes and mixed media artist from Melbourne, Australia.
Ciaran Murphy (@ciaran_illustration)
Full-time freelance Illustrator with a background in animation.
Aga Giecko (@agagiecko)
23, originally from Poland and currently based in London
Nancy Wood (@nancywoodartist)
Creator of fascinating compositions made from poured fluid acrylics or epoxy resin. Widely published as prints and textiles around the world with originals available in UK galleries and direct from my studio.
Elio Ticca (Italy, 1988) is a conceptual visual artist. His work explores the relationship between art history, heritage and time. Using primarily painting and sculpture, his practice questions the way affect is transmitted through image-making and cultural memory, representing the world as a simulacrum.