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Lior Allay (@liorallay)
Lior Allay is a queer, non-binary self-taught artist, poetician, aspiring social scientist, humanitarian, + single mother from the greater Philadelphia area living with chronic illness.
(Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Dysautonomia, POTS, Ulcerative Colitis)
Although primarily a self-portrait artist, they operate from both sides of the lens to design + execute meaningful concepts @ the intersection of identity, sexuality, vulnerability, + gender in our culture today.
As an auteur their technique is defined by the poignant combination of visceral body language + everyday surrealism that encourages the viewer to ask difficult but necessary questions about the socio
Aphrodite Koupepidou (@venusofmars)
// digital collage // illustration // graphics //
Co-founder of Kimera Collective. A multidisciplinary artists collective based in Cyprus.
portrait · nude · selfportraits
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.
Inter-disciplinary artist working with mix media, experimental video, modern photography, illustration and painting. My work examines masculinity, the body, taboos, notions of other, socialization and isolation. I use technology to correlate personal narratives with history, mass media and computer culture.
All photos, design and illustrations (©) Sandro Martini 2000-2018. If you wish to use my images, kindly contact me.
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.
Ahmad Barber (@ahmadbarber)
Fashion Photographer / Art Director
Lover of creative things.
Cheche Uduma (@checheuduma)
A weird fashion stylist. I celebrate the "weirdness" in fashion
Liam Nigeria (@liam_nigeria)
Comtemporary Fashion Brand
Reshaping African narratives through arts/fashion
Raconteur of Africa
James Jean (@jamesjean)
Jan Brauer (@janbrauer)
Jan Brauer is a German-born designer and illustrator based in Graz, Austria. With a background in product design, his work spans from visual art and illustration to branded environments and graphic design.
Incorporating influences from pop culture to fashion his work explores the subconscious – the unspoken drama in the seemingly ordinary.
Jan Brauer celebrates the calm and the intense.
Andres Marti (@andres_marti)
Andrés Martí estudió artes y diseño industrial en Bogotá, Colombia .
"creo en el poder de la imagen"
THE POSTER CLUB (@theposterclub)
Copenhagen-based online store with a curated selection of posters and art prints — Worldwide shipping.
Lucian Föhr (@lucian)
The Föhr of Berger & Föhr
Current header by @ brtleonardo
Dating for curious, open-minded couples and singles.
Jaymz Nylon (@jaymznylon)
Brooklyn NY Native |God Father of Afro Tech | DJ | Producer | Artist | Label Owner | Boston Based
Spanish artist and photographer.
Al Boardman (@alboardman)
The Cool Hour (@thecoolhour)
For the Independent and the Lovers. For the Artists. For the Fearless.
something about flowers and being an elf, but maybe not actually an elf?💧musician & post-disciplinary artist. 🌱
Aart Verrips (@aartverrips)
At 24-years-old, Johannesburg-based photographer, Aart Verrips has captured the attention of the South African fashion scene, while making a global and digital impact.
Verrips continues to gain recognition for a distinctive style that merges the daring, provocative and risqué, while maintaining a commercial aesthetic, expansive creativity and attention to detail that hint at his earlier studies as a pastry chef in France.
The self-taught photographer is credited with having ‘an incredible eye for the human form’, which is present in his noted collaboration with celebrated designer Rich Mnisi on his SS17 menswear collection, which was published in Vogue I