Berlin based graphic designer, illustrator and artist.
Her works explore different themes like perceptual phenomena, the new media and introspection, particularly looking at the formability of our idea of time and space.
you can follow her on instagram: @juliaschwarzillustration
Location: Berlin, Germany
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Azucar - Magazine & Art Gallery (@azucarmag)
Born in 2012 as a catalog for emerging artists, to be downloaded on smartphones and tablets. Using an open call the works for each edition. Under this format, we launched 6 editions with over 300 artists.
Looking for dynamic ways to distribute content, in 2013 www.azucarmag.com is born. A portal to distribute self-produced content, sell art online and showcase the works of emerging artists.
Azucar organized over 30 art events, planned especially to showcase the works of young artists and offer a professional platform to exhibit and sell their artworks.
Lucian Föhr (@lucian)
The Föhr of Berger & Föhr
Current header by @ brtleonardo
Amber Vittoria (@amber_vittoria)
Amber Vittoria is a Forbes 30 Under 30 artist working in New York City; her work focuses on the portrayal of women within art, and she has collaborated with like-minded brands, such as NBC, Warby Parker, Gucci, The New York Times, and Instagram, on pieces that further said narrative.
Al Boardman (@alboardman)
Wavlength Artlines and Crafts Limited
james kerr (@scorpiondagger)
I like stuff.
Daria Jelonek is a media artist & designer living and working in London and Cologne. The emphasis of her work is at the intersection of the physical and digital world. Driven by emerging technologies such as virtual reality, physical and new ways of screen computing, she tries to create a broader understanding of our surrounded technological world. Daria Jelonek recently graduated from the Royal College of Art in Information Experience Design and is currently researching with Microsoft Cambridge. She has exhibited internationally and has given talks at ICA London, Royal College of Art and V&A London.
Ello Art Giveaways (@elloartgiveaways)
Follow Ello Art Giveaways to enter and win rad art from Ello Creators.
This is where we share images of bridges, piers, and walkways. Old, new, railroad, car, pedestrian, rope, stone, iron, or concrete. If it was created to help humans cross a vertical gap, then let us share. Please be polite.
Lead: @sisterindica (@ellodrag)
Curated content celebrating the world of drag in all its forms!
Ello Coffee Lovers (@ellocoffeelovers)
Ello! Coffee lovers! Mention @ellocoffeelovers to share your love for coffee, and connect with other members that inspire you.
@meditation - David May (@meditation)
Deep Sleep California - Ambient meditation, chakra, yoga, relax music.
Ello in Toronto (@ellotoronto)
Showcasing Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area, and it's (visual) arts locals and visitors. Tag your works with @ellotoronto to be featured.
Header by Ashim D’Silva on Unsplash.
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Making money at the intersection of cognitive psychology and data-driven analysis.
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Poems | Leads: @lbrannon @farewellpalace (@apoem_4u)
We are here to repost your poems (and other material as appropriate), comment and offer encouragement. If you are offering writing, please include text. It's fine to include a photo or graphic, but we don't repost anything without text. Our hope is t make this community an experience that helps you grow in your art. If you would like our attention mention @apoem_4u in your post. We are now listed in the Ello Community Directory as Poems.
Avatar: Dan Huston
With a focus on visual art, I create drawings and sculptural installations from everyday materials that center on the concept of potential. Currently I am the director of the Museum of Pocket Art and a member of the Center for Experimental Practice. Additionally, I write drive-by reviews of art related events in the central Texas area for Trust Your ArtGuts.