Imagineer, dancer, tea drinker, crafter, lover of backpacks, vests and warm snuggly blankets.
Nate Dotson (@gasmik)
Lucid dream realm explorer
Behind PHLEARN, there is a small group of creatives who took up a giant mission to make the world of creative education better.
Make Learning Fun. We create fun and engaging Photoshop, Lightroom, and Photography tutorials for creatives in all phases of their career. We don’t like dry boring tutorials either. Our goal is to make you laugh, make you smile, all while you master your craft.
Dresden based Electronica/IDM/Amb net label.
Originally from San Antonio, I now reside in Dallas. My art is a visual/intellectual overflow of madness and passion. Having felt my relationship with the creative process has always been deep, Im compelled to create and yet satisfied in doing so - a form of slavery where my only option and my best option are the same.
"Namebrandart" is both a play on my name (Brandon) and the idea that the word "name-brand" is associated with higher quality. It's also a mockery and ironically a generic version of "Fine-art."
Matthew Mansell (@matthewmansell)
Man has 99 per cent of art, coming from us not anyone else (Jessica edbert)
Cilia Webster (@ciliaw)
I paint and stuff.
Narrower headed hammers and also chucks with tooth cavities on the sides that you can catch with your hammer will work better. This technique WILL CERTAINLY damage your drill chuck cosmetically, but I have yet to encounter an useful trouble with it. On every drill I've looked at, the chuck is affixed by a screw located behind the jaws, so can not be gotten rid of if there is a bit in place. Lastly, we have actually discovered that transforming drill bits is quite an easy job. But there are still possibilities of light accidents.
Just your average blue-haired Xbox writer and overall crafty person. Easily distracted by video games, yarn, and kittens.
Zara Smith (@zaracara)
Hi! I am Haleh, nice to meet you. :) I love to make things, and I need to keep my fingers busy. Every item shown here, are made by me. I am self taught, and all of the items are unique, and one of the kind. I believe in cruelty free fashion, so I do not use any material that are derived from animals. The pearls that I use, are up-cycled from old pearl necklaces.
I also paint, draw and write, I am not a pro, but I love to create, and every item that I make is part of a learning process that derives me forward.
Don Hepster (@don-hepster)
Don Hepster captures his surroundings and adds his thoughts, stories, etcetera, creating decorative literature or 'decolit' as he likes to call it. It makes as much sense as life. Oh, the profile pic is really him.
Art prints and more can be found here: https://society6.com/donhepster
dylan mcavenia. (@michaelkeaton)
Lasse Uhrskov (@lasseu)
David Liwoch (@customhorror)
Coffee brewing monster doodler.