Megan Buccere (@meganbuccere)
art, things, suff, whatnot Pronounced (bus era)
Megan Hudson Buccere (pronounced bus era) is a narrative painter who works primarily in soft pastels and oils. She attended Louisiana State University, holds a BS in Art Education, and has taught advanced and talented high school art for the past 15 years. Buccere's painting style features soft surreal works that blur the line between beauty and fear, creating stunning pieces with an edge. Her use of coincidental, accidental, and unexpected connections, such as her use of strings, multiple hands, and all knowing eyes, often leaves viewers orphaned with a mix of conflicting feelings and thoughts. Megan i
Not my pictures
Just my ideas
Mark Stebbins (@markstebbins)
visual artist in London, Ontario, Canada
Lea Barozzi (@leabarozzi)
Lea Barozzi is a Portland, OR artist whose work has shown all over the world. Her illustrations have been featured on surfboards, skateboards, cd covers, books, jewelry, and apparel. Lea Barozzi's subject matter juxtaposes innocent doll-like maidens with distorted natural imagery and psychological symbolism. When she is not covered in paint, she enjoys exploring the Oregon coast, listening to punk rock, and devouring scifi/fantasy.
You can view Lea's work at
K. Natale (@thecrvft)
Manifestation of creation and imagination.
Artist / Designer @ Central Saint Martins
Creator @ To whom it may concern.
Barry Quinn (@burr)
Illustrator, musician, maker of things.
Wong Ping (@wongping)
Jesse Reno (@jessereno)
i am a self taught mixed media painter.
loretta mae hirsch (@lorettamae)
Heather Watts (@heatherwatts)
Artist at work. Behind the scenes process & inspiration, studio to gallery. New works in progress on the afterlife. Vancouver, Canada.
Justin Bradshaw (@justin_bradshaw)
Justin Bradshaw was born in London in 1971, where he studied painting shortly before moving to Italy in 1994. An accomplished painter, Bradshaw’s technique has evolved through watercolor on paper to the use of oils on copper.
Bradshaw’s meticulous eye for detail and texture have remained a leitmotif, culminating in his latest work - a series of exquisitely detailed paintings focusing on the human figure and offering a modern interpretation of mythological themes.
- Michelle Von Buren
Barn Studio (@barn_studio)
Design studio focused on Branding, Illustration & Packaging.
Our grandparents were farmers. Both had barns.
We curate a purposely reduced selection of objects. Our collection is an appreciation of simplicity, quality and aesthetics. #collectorsofless
Form Explorer, Sculptor
Eric León (@ericleon)
Art Director & Graphic Designer
Visual/Motion designer // Photographer // Art director
Julien Mercier (@julmeme)
Swiss Graphic Designer / Tokyo - 東京
Annelise Keestra (@automne)
Freelance communication, interaction and visual designer playing with creative technologies, graphics, video and sound, exploring and researching poetry, mythology, digital culture, complex systems, historical resonances and sociopolitical matters. I create multidisciplinary work for stage visuals, music videos, interactive and experiential installations, ...
I'm also a curator at The Loop (.com.au), and a Visiting Lecturer at the London College of Communication.
MA Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art ('17)
BA Interaction and Moving Image at the London College of Communication ('15)
I use my Ello to publish my work in progress.
Objects for harmony
Facultative Works was founded from the idea of working only with the experimental and fascinating projects during the free time for fun. After a while FW turned into a more significant studio, but the main approach to work didn’t change. The studio prefers the holistic approach to design by working in the different fields such as illustration, identity, sound, editorial and furniture design.