Patrice Robinson (@patdowart)
Patrice Robinson was born in Queens, and works full-time in NYC. She’s a self- taught visual artist.
Patrice’s primary focus is in portraiture. Also, her primary medium is oil paint, which she uses on wood panels. When painting a portrait, Patrice likes to work in loose layers, building up the painting slowly, until she’s ready to define and highlight key areas. She is influenced by many artists who have and do work in contemporary realism or surrealism, for example, René Magritte, Lena Danya, Alyssa Monks, Kehinde Wiley and Kerry James Marshall.
She also continues to gain inspiration from her personal experiences. Self- reflection is very important to Patr
Location: New York, NY, United States
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Thomas Kite (@thoskite)
Indexes: #artglasstk #gamesarttk #sculpture3Dtk
Did glass/sculpture 15 yrs. Amiga 500 gateway drug 2 software UI/UX. ‘04 back 2 analog making. Try 2 create instants where images/objects spring into being.
More at peltagames.com and thoskitedesign.com
Artist, Archivist, Composer.
Megan Koth (@megankoth)
Painter | Santa Barbara, CA + Phx, AZ
UCSB MFA 2020
My work can be purchased from Art One Gallery
Floyd Strickland (@ender2911)
Floyd Strickland is an emerging multi-disciplined self-taught artists from Los Angeles Ca. His work is mostly inspired by his childhood and upbringing. In his work, realistic figures are often juxtaposed with cartoons creating dream like paintings. Strickland works has evolved as he delves into the work of many classical painters. His work has evolved and taken a more personal turn as dig deep into his childhood and the struggles of growing up and being educated in Watts in the late 80’s and early 90’s. Strickland’s work is often filled with symbolisms that refer back to his childhood and the tragedies of a lost childhood.
GRØSS MAGAZINE (@gross_mag)
GRØSS is all that funky, rad, cool shit. No boundaries. No trends. All independent.
Hand assembled creative print publications full of stickers
Tell yer friends.
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
R.LEGACY is an open and continuous appreciation letter to our community, a formal invitation into other people’s lives, a window into our culture.
We’re a multimedia company focusing on exposing and documenting the lives and legacies of creatives, leaders, and entrepreneurs of the African Diaspora.
Through research, in-depth interviews, compelling visuals, and helpful articles, our mission is to provide knowledge and inspire our community. Join us! Sign up for our newsletter, follow our other social channels. Let’s start discovering our legacies together. #rlegacy
Azucar - Magazine & Art Gallery (@azucarmag)
Born in 2012 as a catalog for emerging artists, to be downloaded on smartphones and tablets. Using an open call the works for each edition. Under this format, we launched 6 editions with over 300 artists.
Looking for dynamic ways to distribute content, in 2013 www.azucarmag.com is born. A portal to distribute self-produced content, sell art online and showcase the works of emerging artists.
Azucar organized over 30 art events, planned especially to showcase the works of young artists and offer a professional platform to exhibit and sell their artworks.
Jodi Gerbi (@jodi1234)
I paint resilience but not always through the depiction of the figure. My oil paintings are realistic portrayals of the garbage, trash cans and drain pipes as a way to convey the idea that humans are often required to find something beautiful in a hard situation in order to keep going. The ability of a human being to do this is the essence of resilience.
James Jean (@jamesjean)
Curator of things
AD. Human. Paris. Curating a sharp selection of portfolios about illustration, photography, paper art and graphic design
Format is a website builder designed for creatives. Our team also produces Format Magazine, an online publication exploring creativity. Start your free trial today.
Christina Forsberg (@scandinavialist)
Freelance London Based Architect & Interior Designer | Founder of Scandinavialist
Nyx Gallery (@nyxgallery)
Contemporary Art Gallery at the intersection of art, design, technology, and science. (Cover gif by Albans Guerry-Suire @alban. Logo by MyLo).
Creative Debuts (@creativedebuts)
"Creative Debuts was born out of the frustration Alex and I had while at school and university. We felt alienated by the lack of opportunities available for emerging artists so we decided to take matters into our own hands and start a creative community with the focus of putting artists first.
Our mission is to celebrate the incredible undiscovered artists that go under the radar and make art more accessible by bridging the gap between the creative and commercial worlds."
Calum - Co Founder
Header artwork by Alexy Préfontaine Aeforia
studio NØRA (@studionora)
studio NØRA is a graphic design studio exploring video, illustration & code.
WE ARE JESSE LAMAR HIGH AND NIK HARPER.
WE ARE DIRECTORS UNDER THE MONIKER LAMAR+NIK.
ALL CAPS. NO SPACES. OR ELSE.
Current header by @aeforia.
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Neon Cart (@neoncart)
Virtual Vintage Shop 🌹 Art Blog
Curated by Elisa
Mayah Lanise Taylor (@mayah)
Giveaways Manager & Social Media Community/Influencer Specialist @ Ello
Contemporary artist/designer/image maker/fashion lover with a hazy state of mind.