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THE NEURAL (@theneural)
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(pronounced: Ssub) crouching artist - failing dragon - the universe - internet - science fiction - Gulf war history
(Pronounced Aitch-Kay-Bee-FiNN) Literary, Visual & Musical Poet. All text, images & sounds are by me...❁
poet renegade artist c-heads.com blendbureaux.com nakidmagazine.com monrowemagazine.com and some.
William Shakespeare, Marcel Proust, anything in between. You can start reading this at the top and just go backwards, or jump right into the Well at Schloss Forchtenstein by clicking on the link just below. Have fun.
A poor poet, an ok writer, a not too bad drawer, and a pretty good photographer. You are more likely to see the first than the last. Mainly because this is a poetry blog.
Bonnie Burton (@bonniegrrl)
Author: J.K. ROWLING'S WIZARDING WORLD MOVIE MAGIC AMAZING ARTIFACTS, CRAFTING WITH FEMINISM, STAR WARS CRAFT BOOK, GIRLS AGAINST GIRLS and more! Bylines: CNET and Inc. Prev: Lucasfilm
Prudence X. (@prudencex)
Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune)
Breaking news since 1847.
Andrea Isabella (@paradoxicalprincess)
Welcome to my Jungle. Still writing poetry (my great escape)
To live life is simple, if you simply love one another 💓
Don’t believe in the mockery of man. More importantly, do not submit.
23 . writer
When I find a place, where loneliness doesn't exist, will you come with me?
kyle goderwis (@kylegoderwis)
kyle goderwis is an abstract artist currently based in seattle wa. he works in various mediums, but mainly creates his pieces using acrylic paint and epoxy resin.
kyle graduated with a bfa from the art institute of atlanta in 2004. for the next 10 years he worked with a group of professional artists and participated in numerous gallery shows in atlanta and throughout the southeast.
kyle moved to seattle in 2014 and began to develop what is now his signature style. he takes the basic material of osb particle board and transforms it with the use of color and shape.
Making use of pareidolia to identify the form to be brought to light is often a way to avoid incurring the inconveniences caused by self awareness, relying instead on that primary memory for purposes not dissimilar from the original ones, aimed at distinguishing predators or hidden prey in the surrounding environment.
The intent is to produce a narrative that draws directly from the indefinite share of imagination present in every head, which can take place in any language and easily complete in the same eye, and be understandable to the extent that everyone decides.
Artist. Love. Create
Gerson Cabrera (@gersoncabrera)
せいたく Seitaku Aoyama あおやま (@seitaku)
It boils down to processes.
In his art, Seitaku Aoyama explores and visualizes processes of discovery.
He seeks the discovery of new angles of viewing existing phenomenon. In this way, the process becomes like a game played on a flight of stairs where after he has taken one step up to encounter something new, he then returns two or more steps down to comprehend another from the past (more than before) while simultaneously experiencing a new present upon the old step where he now sees a new future ahead (or behind).
Discovery is that which drives him to prolong his evolution. This process game occurring in his head seems to oscillate linearly
Andres Marti (@andres_marti)
Andrés Martí estudió artes y diseño industrial en Bogotá, Colombia .
"creo en el poder de la imagen"
Joseph Brooks (@josephbrooks)
I am an Artist based in Seattle, WA. I like to draw stuff and paint on things.
Samuel Vanderveken (@droomerland)
The works by Samuel Vanderveken often thematically revolve around 'the absurd'. This is expressed in scenes, either figurative or abstract, where everything seems possible, in an abundance of colors and shapes. Pleasantly chaotic or with a hint of madness. The images are kickstarted by an experiment and evolve into an idea, or vice versa, as if the artist finds himself on a crossroad, where any direction seems valid. Although the works have meaningful titles, there is still room for the imagination, interpretation and wonder.
Rita Mariano (@ritamariano)