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Photographer. Videographer. Wife. Mother. Me.
(Not always in that order)
jessica woolard (@jwoolard)
making things that kind of look like boobs, in the hopes of becoming an adult.
Radical Dreams, Inc. (@radicaldreamspins)
Socially conscious accessory brand. We create lapel pins and accessories based on social justice statements, positive messages, and prominent figures in Black culture. A portion of the proceeds from every product is donated to a community organization or initiative.
a sculptor creating pottery for your everyday // earth + pigment
Cross The Pop (@crossthepop)
Say it with a needle !
Recipe creator, photographer, writer and enthusiastic eater. Life motto: there's always room for ice cream.
Sarah Buchan (@deargeorge)
Xenia Taler (@xeniataler)
Home goods and paper products.
Hazal Kızıltoprak (@elquinto)
+statement pieces for unique souls +
season evans (@sdevans)
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
Ghouling around in the woods of New Jersey
👻 @yourgothicgranny on instagram
Jamie + the Jones (@jamieandthejones)
•Clothing + Textile Design | Nashville, TN • Our take on traditional textile techniques made modern using color, pattern, and texture. Jamie + Hannah
Photographer based in Linz, Austria. Drawn to nature, life itself and the human body, I use the latter and treat it as a sculptural object, allowing me to explore topics such as identity, intimacy, (de-)construction of sexuality, gender as well asthe self through my photographic work.
Ethan Haddox (@ethanhaddox)
Social Media Director
Follow and support me on my Instagram account: @ETHANHADDOX
Wojciech Barczuk (@wojciechbarczuk)
co-founder + art lead + in charge of production @cukier.works + photographer + dop + director + visual story teller + #allwayshungry
Momma Tried (@mommatried)
Momma Tried is a transmedia art project focused on site-specific installations, emerging technology, and a print periodical by the same name. Rooted in constructivism and the confrontation of cooperative fictions, much of their work asks: “Are history and fiction interchangeable?” and “How does art and popular media program the future?”
Estelle Spirig (@esteast)