Developer • Designer • Photographer • Visual Artist • Nature Lover • Located in Oslo, Norway.
Matter Cycles (@mattercycles)
Really fun bikes built by hand in Boulder, Colorado. Made to be ridden and made to last.
Lynette May (@lynetteemay)
Artist | Jewelry Designer | Photographer | Sculpter | Seamstress
Lover of music, art, dancing, reading, death rock, dark wave, metal, industrial
Christopher Lira (@laffinatcha)
I'm just here for the free cookies and to get my parking validated.
Chuck Anderson (@nopattern)
Artist, designer, photographer. NoPattern Studio, Chicago. Est. 2004
Jess Abercrombie (@jessruby)
Desert native, road warrior, tea over-drinker. I like it when the subtitles don’t make sense.
Robert Holmkvist (@holmkvist)
I am a creative director, graphic designer and occasional type designer based in Stockholm.
Designer/Partner at @heydays. Caffeine addict.
Greg Foley (@gregfoley)
Designer, Creative Director, Children's Author – Visionaire / V / VMAN / VFiles
Dorian Warneck (@dorianwarneck)
Founder / Director at Personpeople.com
A collection of visual artists on ello. Mention @elloart with suggested artists to feature! Posts curated by artist @carlosbob (aka Kim Leutwyler). This account is not run by Ello.
Marika Evanger (@marikamarika)
used pants. art. billiards. colorado.
Dave Whyte (@beesandbombs)
dave the gif boy. a boy who makes gifs, mostly
Mike Rowland (@mikerowlandart)
Duane King (@duaneking)
A Creative Director in Portland spacing out on Ello.
John Michels (@johnnymics)
A little bit of this and a little bit of that...
Creative Marketing/Chef/Combat Vet
Lifestyle and still-life photographer based in Padua, Italy
Bitches on Bicycles (@bitchesonbicycles)
Powerful Women. Beautiful Bicycles.
The Great Discontent (@greatdiscontent)
Own your discontent. Interviews with today's artists, makers & risk-takers via print & online mag, live event series & podcast.
Jeff Kraus (@jeffkraus)
The work of American painter, Jeff Kraus, is characterized by loose, aggressive gestures and messy layers of swaths of color and anxious, minimal shapes, often resembling unspecific architectural surfaces and landscapes. Kraus’ paintings are the result of a performative process, a full embrace of chance towards a continually evolving series of experimentations into abstraction and the formalities of painting.
The Ones We Love (@theoneswelove)
The Ones We Love is committed to featuring premier photography that explores human connection and interaction.
Nicole Aptekar (@nicoles)
I like shapes.