Wild Standard (@wildstandard)
We make flags with our bare hands.
Rick Veerle (@rickandveerle)
Rick and Veerle met during their study at the Art Academie, they live and together for several years now. After a few years of making art separately they decided in 2011 to combine forces. This resulted in a colourful collaboration where paint and textile meet. Every work is an explosion of lively forms and colours that will shower the spectator with positive energy.
Masha Lamzina (@mashalamzina)
I make fashion and textile art with a household bleach
Kat Howard // Book Meat Studio (@kat_howard)
Poet. Book Artist. Fiber Artist. Maker. // Text + Textile + Texture // Hudson Valley // email@example.com
Turbogal on Ravelry (@turbogal)
Knitter, scientist, foodie
Labry Studio (@labrystudio)
LB2 studio (@lb2studio)
Crazy patterns on clothes!
stephanie barker (@themakersheart)
•Home-textiles for the eco-conscious
•Made with natural, organic &recycled fibres
•Vegan range coming soon
•Online store opening March 2017
Maker of woolly creatures and other cute things.
Ghouling around in the woods of New Jersey
👻 @yourgothicgranny on instagram
Choi Wong (@choiwong)
Artist (Collect - Disassemble - Create)
In my art, I study people and their mutual connections. These relationships are a recurring theme. My work is an ongoing study, and each single work is a link, a next step in my process. Each work teaches me something about my relationship towards others, about mutual connections and bonds.
Loneliness, power, control, dependency and trust are recurring themes.
Raphaël Vicenzi (@mydeadpony)
Hello, I am a collage artist from Brussels, Belgium & I am ready.
Geo. Taylor (@geotaylor)
My art is traditional cut and paste collages. All images used are found in magazines, books, newspapers and other printed media. I do not print images from the internet or from my personal digital collection. Each piece is a unique work.
My collages are very busy, intricate, detailed and full of action. Multiple stories can be found within one piece. Morality, religion, politics, sexuality, and human nature are my inspirations and I always strive for humor and obscurity. There's always something new to discover.
Thank you for stopping to take a look at my work. I hope that you leave with a smile.
All images are copyright geo.t 2017.
Lori Remmel (@loriremmel)
Through my work in paint, collage, and photography, I'm able to explore narrative both within myself and the world around me. I embrace the intuitive, hands-on nature of art making, and through my work in several mediums I've discovered that the constant element in my work is my love for re-purposing ephemera and discard. I'm fascinated by the transitory nature, spontaneous beauty, and history inherent to these scraps. By handling the same materials that others have touched in a new capacity, my ideas become part of their story.
Tess Johnson (@tessjohnson)
Tess sees the world through a multi-colored lens. Nature, colors, shapes, light, layers, and fashion all lend a hand in where she finds most of her inspiration to create.
"I enjoy observing life in different ways and creating those things I see and feel through art. This is what makes me happy."
From collaging, paint, sewing, to set design, Tess loves to get her hands on anything she can. A recent graduate from Columbia College Chicago, Tess and her husband Connor Johnson are currently living in Los Angeles and looking forward to their future endeavors as artists and entrepreneurs.
Lina Skoldmor (@linako)
Я - некая единица. Творческий процесс есть реализация себя.
Collage artist & photographer from Moscow.
Mixed Media Artist, New York City
Jeanne Teolis (@jeanneteolis)
American collagist, Jeanne Teolis lives and works in upstate, New York. She is a collector of ephemera, scouring used book shops, yard sales, and junk shops to incorporate it in her collage work. Art has always been her passion, growing up she created many small masterpieces for her mother, drawing, cutting and pasting whatever she could get her hands on. To Jeanne, collage is an adventure, using found images from vintage magazines, and books, starting with one piece she lets the rest unfold with limitless possibilities. She finds inspiration in everyday life, and has much fun creating art to share. Jeanne continues to explore and experiment with new forms
Michael Zebrick (@zeebs)
Visual Art // Collage // Fuckery // Bushwick