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Bill Domonkos (@billdomonkos)
Filmmaker / GIF Maker / Stereoscopist
Berlin based VJs.
James Proctor (@james-proctor)
developer, interactive designer, realtime, visual, generative from Bs.As, Argentina
i like to be outside. i like to graze and wander, moving slowly, staring deeply. i am the cow. a gif god.
Jonas Odell (@jonasodell)
Chris Gannon (@chrisgannon)
Code. Motion. Art. Design. Capitalised words. inconsistency.
Donut enthusiast. Dog Mom.
Javier Marimon (@javiermarimon)
Moving thingies, sounds and stuff.
ART & CODE & PLAY / Daily Art since 01-01-2015 / Gif's / Patterns / Geometry
Al Boardman (@alboardman)
British motion designer.
Paula Morales (@paulamorales)
b. Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
Paula Morales investigates the space between analogue and digital realms. Through her harlequin GIFs, video, and installation work, she constantly questions the image origin, tightly executing hyperbolic recontextualizations and color studies. Morales’ work is charged with nostalgic elements, modern clichés, and panoply. Her work manifests as digital image, mesmerizing projections and humorous installation work where she incorporates industrial and kitsch materials.
MODERNISM IS CRAP (@modernism_is_crap)
♨ Ello Guest Curator ♨
◯ Cha Blasco
Explore the boundaries of what’s understood as contemporary art and not. A visual language where the relationship between the exposed works are in the intermediate space between the very obvious and very stilted, generating a direct subtle connection to each other.
Profile art by Bureau Mirko Borsche ©
Header art by unknown artist
Member of the italian collective OLTRE COLLAGE
Jodi Brown (@banalogous)
Artist, designer - I like funny, talented people.
Caitlin Hanson (@cxsketlin)
f.artist and professional collaborator. full of ideas and badfunnies and chill.
Wilmer Murillo (@wilmermurillo)
Artist and designer from Honduras.
Married to @mina_wright
Brittany Loar (@britt_loar)
Designer • Artist • Lost in the Right Direction
"How odd, I have all this inside me and to you it’s just words.” ― David Foster Wallace,The Pale King