season evans (@sdevans)
ellen // @ellenbeezy (@fibrous)
• woven home goods & accessories • handmade by ellen bruxvoort in austin, texas co-curator of @elloweaving
A creative engineer who found her passion in creating with woolfibers, textile, paper and wood, based in The Netherlands.
Silvia Sutters (@astrangerview)
Fashion designer and patternmaker turned into avid quilter. Also @astrangerview on IG.
Ich mache Tücher als "Obstfabric"
Carmen Vicente (@carmenvicentefibres)
Textile artist and teacher knitting, spinning, and weaving wool in Toronto, ON.
So the little messy haired girl made knots, gazed at crystals, and wrapped feathers all day long.
Lucy Engels (@skinnymalinkyquilts)
Artist, Quilter, Designer, Printmaker
Amanda French (@amandajfrench)
Spinner. Dyer. Weaver. Knitter. Painter
Ghouling around in the woods of New Jersey
👻 @yourgothicgranny on instagram
Nikita Sheth (@nikitasheth)
Weaving is my meditation.
I don’t like symmetry. I never have a set plan. Each weave intuitively evolves; an emotion, a thought, a narrative, converged into a tangible woven piece.
I am the owner of wrenbirdarts, a hand embroidered hankie business in Seattle (yep, that's a real thing). My specialty is making custom hankies. Check out my website to see more hankies or to shop.
Artistic objects & lifestyle
Abdullah Shakur (@ashakur)
Arne van Oosterom (@arnevanoosterom)
Photographer, Artist and Founder DesignThinkers Group and DesignThinkers Academy
Mike Bam Tyau (@miketyau)
Artist / Project Manager / Art Teacher / Curator
Mike “Bam” Tyau earned his BFA in graphic design at the Academy of Art in San Francisco and has worked a career with some of the world's best videogame and digital advertising companies. He currently creates murals for local business clients in the Hawaii and SF Bay Area, including Google, Facebook, and Ellie Ma.
briss photo (@brissphoto)
AND ART SPACE (@and-art)
murals | art experiences
Photographer, rollerblader, cinema and graffiti enthusiast, MAD magazzine subscriber, pambolero do coração, hijo de las calles, de los mercas y pulgas...