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Nathan Monte Sião (@phnathanmsiao)
Patricia Davies Boyce (@patriciadaviesboyce)
I like shooting in the dark and obsessively meticulous editing.
Polish photographer based in Paris, I love fashion, contemporary photography as well as travel/lifestyle photography
Connor Clouds (@conntrst)
from me to you, with love • spreading love and positivity one smile at a time ✨
Ashley Barrett (@theashleybarrett)
Yoliztli Ramos (@yiramos)
Journalist and photographer. Currently exploring natural light, (self)portraits and still lifes. If you want to contact me for prints or collaborations: email@example.com
Paulo Abreu (@abreupaulo)
Fine Art Photographer and Visual Artist
based in South Korea specializing in portrait
Instagram : @lizzyeye
Youtube : @lizzyeye
Jessica Hall (@sugarrj)
Fashion & Travel Photographer
Sebastian-Alexander Stamatis (@phoenixstamatis)
Biology student, artist and passionate photographer.
Fabio Vinicius (@fviniciusmonteiro)
My favorite shots with film
Katie Lee (@katiexlee)
photographer, ballet student, woman finding herself in the world basically
Sydney Buffman (@sydbotanica)
Made by an herbalist in Warsaw, Poland
Masha Lamzina (@mashalamzina)
I make fashion and textile art with a household bleach
jessica woolard (@jwoolard)
making things that kind of look like boobs, in the hopes of becoming an adult.
Leire Villar (@ameskeria)
CROCHET ARTIST - PHOTOGRAPHER
Becki Chan (@beckichan)
designing space and making jewellery.
Damien Cifelli (@damiencifelli)
Shrouded from the eyes of the world, a hidden civilisation has long existed in parallel with our own. The elusive land of Tarogramma holds the promise of something far beyond our understanding.
Over the course of human history Tarogramma has been discovered accidentally on several occasions. All we know about the place exists in the artefacts and images recovered from expeditions and from the detailed testimonies of the few who have returned. Using this information, a vivid picture has been built of the people and their lives.
A-Frame Design (@a-framedesign)