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Lina Skoldmor (@linako)
Я - некая единица. Творческий процесс есть реализация себя.
Collage artist & photographer from Moscow.
I am a collage artist and photographer living in France close to Geneva, Switzerland.
I love to make handmade collages but I am also keen on digital art.
I love music and I like to make collages on vinyl records or design cover art for musicians.
Feel free to ask me any question
Interpreting and representing realities through collage.
sanne doornenbal (@sunchsunch)
Vero Glezqui (@veroglezqui)
Visual artist, coffee and NatGeo magazines junkie, textile hunter and creator/designer of Hilvenik.
Mariana Bastos Collage (@marianabastoscollage)
Portugal, 1987. Mariana graduated in Food Engineering. She considers each of her works as a kind of living totemic figure, part of an intransmissible non-religion.
used to be a magazine designer
loving French fries, collage, life and still life photography
Beata Szczecinska aka Cityabyss Illustration
Art / Illustration / Design
Tanja Jeremić (@tanjajeremic)
Tanja Jeremić is visual artist based in Belgrade, Serbia. She creates digital collages and motion graphics by combining old photos she finds with contemporary styles. Her work is mainly composed of few unrelated elements from old photographs in which she recognises her thought. She filters those photographs through her personal designs and aesthetics thus giving us her surreal universe.
Luis Martin (@theartengineer)
I am a New York artist originally from Los Angeles. Collaging, to me, is the ultimate democratic and political art practice. It’s source material can be anything and everything available to the artist. Every choice the artist makes gives new meaning and context to the images being collaged. By exercising appropriation, an act usually limited to those with absolute power, I give meaning to the images around me instead of it being imposed on me, through the media and advertisement.
Deep Bright Design (@deepbrightdesign)
Stephen Frederick (@stephenfrederick)
Currently developing visual language.
2nd Account @yellowstonestudio
Self-taught painter, currently base in Bologna, IT.
Basco Five (@bascofive)
Bascofive is an artist who is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is a big believer in DIY culture. This is seen in the many mediums he uses to create his world, from painting, zine making, and product design, to sculpture and street art. He believes in trusting his unique way of creating, spending a lot of time on his craft and making it the best he can. He is looking forward to see where his world will take him, and is hopeful of his future.
artist + photographer.
Pearlie Frisch is an artist working in London and Switzerland. She graduated with an MA Photography at Central Saint Martins.
Pearlie is interested in the idea of ‘being there and not there’. Inspired by video calling situations where she is confronted with her own physical experience against the visual perception bound to a screen. Her work explores virtual spaces, that cannot be physically encountered. Her practice includes installations with mirrors, iPads, slide projectors and photographic images.
Joel Herrera (@jhherrera)
Artist, Educator, Husband, Father, Drinker of Beer
Dave Towers (@t_o_w_e_r_s)
Art, Type, Graphic Design, London
Nadiuska Furtado (@nadiuska)
Half of @uinverso
DJ Kitcher (@djkitcher)
Instagram follow: @ djkitcher
I love to make up new worlds. Creatures, human figures, plant life, machines, etc. Sometimes it is purely about making a beautiful mark or shape, a simple pattern with a pleasing rhythm. My work always emerges as a surprise to me and everything I do is made up organically as I go along. I love the dreamlike feeling I get from working this way. This subconscious, meditative approach to making work keeps me curious and flexible in the studio and each and every day there are new discoveries.
Mural Artist and illustrator from Istanbul / Berlin
Holly St Clair (@hollystclair)
Illustrator and maker.
Joe Ledbetter (@jled)
Joe Ledbetter (aka: J.Led) is an artist, illustrator and toy designer based in Los Angeles, CA.
Kira Fröse (@kirafroese)
„I have to touch this“
This is the essence of what drives me to make art. Glossy surfaces and structures, fluid forms and dynamic matter, the contraposition of stagnation and movement fascinates and inspires me. My work is emotive and focused on one’s desire for haptic experiences.
Subconsciously driven by the beauty of nature, I create static structures that depict motion and appear to be light despite the heaviness of their substance. Through the conceptual use of organic, playful, and dynamic shapes, my work invites the viewer to experience what is before them with their own senses and imagination.
The materials I mainly use are ceramics, plastic, glass a
Renee french (@reneefrench)
Artist/Writer of books...with pictures mostly.