Tyler Spangler (@tylerspangler)
Psychology graduate & Art Center College of Design dropout—Ran illegal punk venue for 13 shows until police shut it down—Freelance artist.
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.
Gerson Cabrera (@gersoncabrera)
Aria Anastasiou (@aria_anastasiou)
Architect + Creative @ IDEABAR Studio
Analog Wanderer in a Digital Universe
Minimalism | Zen | Wing Chun
Curtis Patrick Arnold (@curtispatrickarnold)
Maria Paredes (@mariaparedes)
Maria Paredes is an emerging artist from Los Angeles. She is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and also studied at the California College of the Arts in Oakland and San Francisco. Her work is mixed media, though she is at her core a painter. She incorporates photography, both her own and found, as well as a rich palette of papers, textures, inks, and adhesives to create rich, multi-dimensional worlds.
Gospodin Krugly (@gospodinkrugly)
Real World Is Not Enough
Alexander Nikolov (@alnikoloff)
Nina Fraser (@ninacfraser)
Visual Artist based in Lisbon. Influenced by location and landscape, working with collage, watercolour and sculpture
I’m a freelance Digital Artist and Musician looking to create things that people will look at/listen to and notice all the good things around.
Metin Saray (@metinsaray)
Digital Product Designer
Luisa de la Rosa (@luisagolden)
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Tomas Terrones-Huet (@errornes)
A Self Made Visual DigiScape
Frederik Vanhoutte (@wblut)
At night, I find myself behind the computer. When I blink, code is drawing random structures on the screen. I spend the rest of the night staring.
junu ahn (@unuj)