Stéphane Babatasi (@babatasi)
Architect + long-exposure artist
I offer a new vision of spaces through my lens
contact me for any detail
Fred A (@homosatanis)
LaVeyan Satanist 🤘🏻, horror geek, book collector, cat lover, explorer in Chaos Magic 🔆, media freelancer, ex-filmmaker, mystery aficionado, recovering author and a dude that gives love and respect to those who deserve it - especially my husband G! ♥️
james kerr (@scorpiondagger)
I like stuff.
SIDAS // ATE (@sidas_ate)
street art united states (@streetartunitedstates)
a boston based community that believes in the power of public art and creativity to literally transform lives and in making our streets alive.
Ricky Watts (@rickywatts)
Ricky Watts is an aerosol artist recognized for his abstract works of fluid shapes and color patterns. A forever D.I.Y. student, Watts’ self taught techniques derive from his younger graffiti years. His versatility allows for smooth transition between large-scale murals and intricate works on canvas. Ricky’s commissions list includes work for Louis Vuitton, Mercedes Benz, Google, YouTube, Dropbox, IBM, Outside Lands Music Festival and Anchor Brewing Company.
Matt Niblock (@mattniblock)
Graphic Design x Street Photography • London
Web designer and director.
Processing | openFrameworks | creative code | generative art | space
I like space, science and media art.
My works are imagined from the behavior of microscopic particles to the macroscopic universe by using Processing, openFrameworks etc.
twitter : @takumi_uchu
Chris Gannon (@chrisgannon)
Code. Motion. Art. Design. Capitalised words. inconsistency.
Max Kolyanov (@maxkolyanov)
Exploring visual patterns on the web and around.
A place for experimentation and recent projects. Chad Hagen is an illustrator, designer and artist.
Pure light and energy. And pizza. And GIFs. And Pizza GIFs.
it's all about pain ...
[self]photographer and painter from thecitycallednuremberg
Deming Harriman (@demingkingming)
Deming Harriman's mixed media work is inspired by dreams, myths/archetypes, and mysticism.This process combines fantasy and reality, creating a window into the conscious and subconscious mind.
Shana Alpino (@shanaalpino)
I derive my figurative work from the most pregnant moments, the kind that oscillate between ordinary and extraordinary, and embody sensations as well as instill them. Just as there is an instant between reception of sensation and comprehension of its meaning, a held breath, there is a moment in a work’s development that teeters in between becoming and being. This threshold moment, a resonating tension, drowns out a logical pedigree as well as a point of documented arrival. Instead it may only be self explanatory by its penetrating effect: felt of the body.
artist & illustrator
fehmi baumbach (@fehmibaumbach)
Making use of pareidolia to identify the form to be brought to light is often a way to avoid incurring the inconveniences caused by self awareness, relying instead on that primary memory for purposes not dissimilar from the original ones, aimed at distinguishing predators or hidden prey in the surrounding environment.
The intent is to produce a narrative that draws directly from the indefinite share of imagination present in every head, which can take place in any language and easily complete in the same eye, and be understandable to the extent that everyone decides.
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