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Paul Smedberg (@paulsmedberg)
I mix, shred, distill, and compose parts of a number of original photographs into a new whole — defamiliarizing what is known. I call them photo remixes.
Designer/artist // Estonian currently in Canada.
D3LTA - Photo Art App (@d3lta)
Take and transform photos by using modern geometric shapes. Submit your creations and get featured in the D3LTA gallery. Buy your favorite creations on apparell and posters straight from within the app. Whatever... Play with your creativity!
charlie bonallack (@ellocharliebquiet)
With the ubiquitous digital image taking centre stage and the decline of the printed photograph, Charlie (a british artist based in Montpellier, France) presents the printed photograph as a thin receipt or a fossil…a half truth, a trace, possibly a clue to the past.
“I never liked photography,” Robert Mapplethorpe is quoted as saying, “Not for the sake of photography. I like the object. I like the photographs when you hold them in your hand.”
Ivana Besevic (@ivanabesevic_studio)
Painter & Illustrator specializing in portraiture. Oil/acrylic on canvas and Digital Painting using a drawing tablet and PS.
Based between Belgrade, Serbia and Paris, France.
For portrait commissions or other inquiries please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or through my website besevicivana.wix.com/besevic
© Ivana Besevic
Travis Louie (@travislouie)
painter of pictures, storyteller, collector of fine writing instruments
Fidel Évora was born in Praia, Cape Verde, but raised in Barreiro, Portugal. Here he had his first contact with street art and graffiti. Fidel studied Graphic Design and Motion Graphics but it was in 2011, when he featured in a collective exhibition with his conceptual piece Freedom’s exhumation that Fidel was able to mature his approach as a fine artist.
Keen about ancient artefacts that bring to light important memories that build on today’s collective identity and divided between the antagonistic languages that are urban culture and academic arts, Fidel has been developing his own language by creating either purposely or acci
Dirk Marwig (@dirkmarwig)
LOVE IS THE ULTIMATE POWER.
THE QUESTION MARK (?) IS THE GREATEST SYMBOL.
USE BOTH ALL THE TIME AND YOU WILL FINALLY BE. Dirk Marwig (2014)
May 30.1960 born in Bochum, Germany
1966-1972 lives with parents in New York, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Rapid City, South Dakota, U.S.A.
1972-1981 basic schooling in Frankfurt, Germany
1981-1990 lives, studies and works in New York City
1981-1984 studies Art at Art Students League, (meets Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat…)
1987 works with Marc Jacobs (creates shoes and plastic jewelry for Marc Jacobs’ first successful show-Spring 1988) -his Rings appear on the cover of Vogue (October1987) othe
Jacqueline Lesik (@evoked007)
Mike Biskup (@mikebiskup)
Everything and Everyone Connected - Imaginary landscapes and abstractions with watercolor and India ink.
In my paintings, everything flows together. Colors, lines and shapes - people, plants, and things are woven into one harmonious, functional system. I want to subtly remind viewers that we humans, in all our diversity, are essentially interconnected, and with thoughtfulness, can function together harmoniously as well.
I create a world of beauty and bounty by generously sharing my visions of Oneness.
French surrealist painter. Welcome in my acrylic dreams !
Also drawer ;)
Carson Lynn (@carsonlynn)
Shepherd Norman (@slumlux)
Student of life
Pisces ☀️ Leo🌙