Oasis Vet Clinic (@oasisvetclinic)
Oasis Vet is a pet clinic in Singapore. We are dealing with different types of services such as - pet vaccination, consultation, preventative care, export health check and so on. For all these things, we have the best professionals with good experience and knowledge about veterinary services.
Location: 15 Venus Road Singapore 574302
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Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
Tom Beddard (@subblue)
Scottish based developer with an interest in generative graphics and rendering.
Director of KPV LAB Edinburgh.
siegfried wenisch-vionnet (@siegfriedwv)
I'm self-taught 3D artist from Valencia (Spain), learning everyday!
I´m a motion designer, illustrator and 3d generalist from Madrid.
Cameron Galley (@cameron-galley)
Yo! I'm a young San Francisco based designer studying at RISD. I love motion graphics, poster design, and everything experimental! Check out my work on my website below!
Mark Dooney (@desmarkie)
Creative Developer / Tinkerer
Currently using Ello to collect random experiments, context free.
Cristian Acquaro (@christripes)
Ilan Derech (@ilanderech)
Disrupting design proposals incorporating multiple platforms.
Jonas Schmidt (@isiope)
Spatial design / Furniture design / Visual art
Based in México.
Crea Studio (@crea-st)
We make you believe in the power of visual communication. We make things move, shake, inflate, melt, glide and explode and we trust our ability to make jaws drop.
Danny Laursen (@dannylaursen)
Digital artist and graphic designer.
Joel E Pedersen (@joelpedersen)
In my work I indulge in fantasy. In this way I am no different than anybody.
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.
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
Ghouling around in the woods of New Jersey
👻 @yourgothicgranny on instagram
LB2 studio (@lb2studio)
Crazy patterns on clothes!
The Wylde Collective (@thewyldecollective)
Woven bags | Leather
AFTERPAY + ZIPPAY
FREE SHIPPING AUS + NZ
Hampus Hagman (@hampusha)