Anita Rundles (@anitarundles)
Anita is a Brooklyn based illustrator and fine artist originally from New England. She graduated with a BFA in illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She has worked with a wide variety of clients on a wide range of projects. From a coloring book for Abrams books to larger than life wall murals for a couple of tech companies, she enjoys the challenge of new artistic experience. Her illustration work is mostly done with traditional media, pencil, pen & ink, with some color work finished digitally. Her work is highly inspired by fashion illustration and the portraiture work of favorite impressionist artists. She sees her work as an exploration
Inter-disciplinary artist working with mix media, experimental video, modern photography, illustration and painting. My work examines masculinity, the body, taboos, notions of others, socialization and isolation. I use technology to correlate personal narratives with history, mass media and computer culture.
I was born in Rome, I lived most of my adult life in central London and Berlin.
All photos, design and illustrations (©) Sandro Martini 2000-2018. If you wish to use my images, kindly contact me.
Painter, Illustrator, Drawings, Airbrush, Pencil, Watercolour.
• Digital Photographer.
• Infrared Photographer.
• Digital Photography Post Production.
New York based designer / illustrator from Madrid
Working on African/Caribbean
Queer identity in the Netherlands. 🏳️🌈
Lior Allay (@liorallay)
Lior Allay is a queer, non-binary self-taught artist, poetician, aspiring social scientist, humanitarian, + single mother from the greater Philadelphia area living with chronic illness.
(Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Dysautonomia, POTS, Ulcerative Colitis)
Although primarily a self-portrait artist, they operate from both sides of the lens to design + execute meaningful concepts @ the intersection of identity, sexuality, vulnerability, + gender in our culture today.
As an auteur their technique is defined by the poignant combination of visceral body language + everyday surrealism that encourages the viewer to ask difficult but necessary questions.
Eduardo Burger (@eduardoburger)
Antonio J. Vallejo (@antoniojv)
Spanish artist (Cádiz, 1987) living in Galway, Ireland. Studied Fine Art in the University of Granada and a masters in the University of Sevilla, Spain.
Kim Leutwyler (@carlosbob)
visual artist and lover of life | sydney, australia
✦ ✦ ✦ Illustrator, animator, retro tech lover, overthinker... ✦ ✦ ✦
art director \ designer \ illustrator
based in Bern (switzerland). Managing partner and co-founder of id-k.com.
Evgenia Chuvardina (@chuvardina)
My name is Evgenia Chuvardina and I am an illustrator and pattern designer. Originally I’m from Russia where I graduated from the Academy of Arts. I draw pictures full of colour and bizarre ideas.
Noelle makes ceramics
Ceramic mixed media artists.
Theodora Tsirakoglou (@theodorborg)
She makes and designs ceramics for 10 years.She has taught ceramics at Kostas Tarkasis Studio a very well known ceramist and teacher for three years.
She has her own studio on the outskirts of Athens.
She has taken part group exhibitions and in three pan-Hellenic competitions in 2015,2016 and 2017.
Ellie R. Levy (@erlceramics)
I am a ceramic artist and student from Los Angeles, CA. I explore layering 2-dimensional patterns with 3-dimensional qualities and experiment with intricate surface design over simple silhouettes.
An evolving independent network of artists. Artaxis is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that engages the ceramics community through promotional, educational, and networking programs while celebrating diverse artistic practices and being a resource of aesthetic values. Learn more at https://linktr.ee/artaxis
Christian Otto (@christianotto)
Kathleen Hogenboom (@murkypompano)
I'm a multidisciplinary artist that focuses on creating work in a stylised manner that leans towards the urban. A fascination with modern street styles and the more refined classic graphic design creates a blend of recklessness and rebellion, ordered by the sleek approach of it all. A predetermined and very limited color palate in the work suggests a certain calmness in between the swift linework.
Ryan Moon (@ryanmoonart)