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I create modern, heirloom quality quilts. My quilts typically include bold use of color combined with negative space and interesting layouts.
stephanie barker (@themakersheart)
•Home-textiles for the eco-conscious
•Made with natural, organic &recycled fibres
•Vegan range coming soon
•Online store opening March 2017
Devi Chapman (@dorsetpatchworks)
Maker @frontroomstitches in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I do embroidery + cross stitch.
Bozena Wojtaszek (@bozena_wojtaszek)
textile artist, living in Lodz (Poland)
Andrea Forgacs (@andreaforgacs)
I'm a proud queer, fat, feminist artist and storyteller. I tell stories that inspire to liberate your mind, body and creative business.
Amanda French (@amandajfrench)
Spinner. Dyer. Weaver. Knitter. Painter
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.
Curator of The Creativity Project at Leland Ave Studios. Founder of FeelGood Fibers (feelgoodfibers.com). Contact me to collaborate! 🌈❤️
Molly Fergus (@mollyfergus)
Fine Art student
Collage and tattoo design artist 🧚🏻♀️
24 // Artist
Viet Huynh (@cooollage)
An experiment through scanned images by Viet Huynh / follow me on Instagram @vietsual / @cooollage
Wendy Fabels-Kruse (@wendyfabels)
Artist, mother, wife, earthling, no particular order.
sean siegler (@spongemonkey)
motion graphics, design & direction.
hat wearer. voice actor.
husband and dad.
available for freelance.
Carlo Miozzi - Milan (@krl)
Senior Art Director based in Milan.
Aphrodite Koupepidou (@venusofmars)
// digital collage // illustration // graphics //
Co-founder of Kimera Collective. A multidisciplinary artists collective based in Cyprus.
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.
Geo. Taylor (@geotaylor)
My art is traditional cut and paste collages. All images used are found in magazines, books, newspapers and other printed media. I do not print images from the internet or from my personal digital collection. Each piece is a unique work.
My collages are very busy, intricate, detailed and full of action. Multiple stories can be found within one piece. Morality, religion, politics, sexuality, and human nature are my inspirations and I always strive for humor and obscurity. There's always something new to discover.
Thank you for stopping to take a look at my work. I hope that you leave with a smile.
All images are copyright geo.t 2017.
Kathleen Reichelt (@kathleenreichelt)
Kathleen Reichelt's visual art is part of the permanent collection of the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, South Korea. Her work has been exhibited in Brooklyn, Montreal, Toronto and Quebec City. The artist's images and objects reflect an ongoing exploration and concern with contemporary colour, form, material and themes. With a background in Cultural Studies, and an ongoing pursuit of philosophy, the artist is compelled to communicate abstractly, with multiple meanings, puzzles, pluralism and thinking that visual art provokes.