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SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Announcing the 2nd edition of the Ello print magazine:
Not For Print, Issue 02 – Resist
We want to see who’s pushing the limits, challenging the mainstream, making work that says something important, and moving the world forward in a better direction.
Header image by @thomcat23
Todd Berger (@todd)
Berger of Berger & Föhr
David Walter (@davidwalter)
Photographer, Media Sociologist | Digital Portfolio - Best displayed in Firefox |
firstname.lastname@example.org | instagram.com/davidwalterphoto | © All pictures taken by @davidwalter
Lucian Föhr (@lucian)
The Föhr of Berger & Föhr
Current header by @ brtleonardo
Photo Site for Creator of Chilly-O Creative Culture, OG of ATL Creative Urbanite Scene, Photographer, Freelance Graphic Designer, I Love BMX and Adventure. I Love to Love. Prints.
put your story down on paper (@nookanddot)
cool stationery for creative minds.
Leire Villar (@ameskeria)
CROCHET ARTIST - PHOTOGRAPHER
Alexa Allen (@alexaallenis)
Ghouling around in the woods of New Jersey
👻 @yourgothicgranny on instagram
Xenia Taler (@xeniataler)
Home goods and paper products.
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
URBAN TERRA (@urban_terra)
Terrarium & Succulent art
Made by hand in Greece
Born in 1980 in Japan,
I am a self-taught designer who works primarily on T-shirt designs and stencil art.
I has won numerous competitions.
Designer, Leathersmith, Printmaker
Handmade deco, sustainable fashion and more. Made in Spain. Limited editions.
--- Design could change your life ---
Masha Lamzina (@mashalamzina)
I am an interdisciplinary artist and a fashion designer working with textiles, installations and clothing with a focus on prints, stencilling and graphic patterns.
House of Senses (@houseofsenses)
Grooming Products for Dirty People.
Women Who Create
Bauhaus Movement (@bauhaus-movement)
Rethinking the world. Learn how the Bauhaus influenced design history with its emphasis on theory and practice as taught by the masters.
For many artists, architects and designers, the Bauhaus was an ideology and a conviction, not just a school of arts and architecture. Experimenting with new materials and forms entailed a whole new living environment.
Curator of things