papermaker, creative, salesman, founder
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Photo, watercolor and non sense.
Not my pictures
Just my ideas
Ana Bagayan (@anabagayan)
Lydia Hamblet (@lydiahamblet)
My work is derived from a keen interest in the environment around me. Using a combination of printmaking, painting and drawing, I explore the relationship between place and memory, whilst investigating ways in which colour, lines and layers can inform the narrative of my work.
Sylvie Adams holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Concordia University. Her work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions and she has participated in many international contemporary art fairs - in the United States, Europe and Asia. Selected by Art Wynwood's curator and director for an exhibition in honor of Shepard Fairey (author of Obama's "Hope" poster) in Miami in 2017, her work has also been noticed by journalists and critics from Blouin Art Info and Artnet News, during Art New-York in 2016 and 2017. Sylvie Adams lives and works in Montreal.
I'm a self taught portrait painter residing in California. I'm currently working on a 100+ mini forever painting project focusing on subjects in art, film, nature, music and truth.
Now new to @nea.miniart on instagram
PC McCluskey (@pcmccluskey)
Canadian artist; island dweller.
Jethro Razo (@jethrorazo)
Watercolor/Oil Painter | Illustrator
Contact: email@example.com | instagram.com/jethrorazo
Sean Starwars (@seanstarwars)
Sean Star Wars lives in Laurel, MS with his wife and five young children. Armed with an MFA from Louisiana State University he is ready for anything! In addition to making woodcuts for over twenty years, Star Wars has been an Adjunct Professor, a janitor and a used car salesman. He makes about a dozen visiting artist appearances a year at many of the nations’ leading art programs. Sean is a proud member of the legendary Outlaw Printmakers and his work is in numerous public and private collections. Star Wars’ work can be seen on book covers, album covers, magazines, television programs, films and commercials. He is currently embarking on his most chall
Ottograph, a large-scale mural painter, has been slinging paint since the age of ten. The Modern Art Museum of Antwerpen (Belgium) is home to a giant Ottograph mural. Otto also painted murals in Moscow, Tokyo, Berlin New York and San Fancisco. Ottograph is also operating the website “I Paint Everyday” www.ipainteveryday.com to encourage the tedious, yet necessary practice of serious painting.
Ottograph has worked for clients like Greenpeace, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Mars, Ford, and Merecedes-Benz.
Dutch artist Ottograph created Amsterdam’s first real 24/7 outdoor street art gallery at the Wijdesteeg. This is a pic of the colored paving stones of this
Laz Ojalde & Natalie Zlamalova (@amlgmatd)
A multidisciplinary design funhouse of creative misadventures, located in sunny Miami Beach, Florida
Nadiuska Furtado (@nadiuska)
Half of @uinverso
Gustavo Pereira (@gustavopereira)
Minimalist Graphic Designer. Founder of Cesare Brand
Vikas Kanwal (@vikaskanwal)
Diego Salinas (@diegofunken)
Diego is a video designer and visual artist developing content for film, experiential events, installations and motion graphics. He has worked in different branches of art and design, with his work mainly oriented to the development of an experimental audiovisual language through a mix of video, light and sound. Aside from working as a visual artist, he also co-founded Funken.cl a design an interactive studio based in Santigo, Chile.
Alex Foxley (@alexfoxley)
I'm a colourful multidisciplinary creative based in Barcelona.
Follow me over on Instagram! 🌈
Lukas Opekar (@lukasopekar)
Designer / Photographer / Illustrator Member of Mazzel Collective www.mazzel.cz
Esther JL Noben (@esther_toykyo)
Art Director @toykyo, a graphic studio based in Ghent, Belgium.
Adrian Iorga (@adiorga)
Graphic Design & Typography
Tim Jarvis (@magnasoma)
Tim is a graphic designer based in London. He once helped float an internet company, failed hard at a couple of projects that may have changed the world, and almost lost a business partner to stress and partying too much. He ran his own creative agency for ten years, once quadrupled a client’s profits in less than a month, and slowly learnt the difference between having a good idea and proving it. He’s never really had a proper job, and now he’s CEO of Fabrik
N O R M A L S (@n_o_r_m_a_l_s)
a vast and possibly fictional future in the making. Also, the new new age is upon us.
Maxim Maximov (@maximmaximov)
Designer from Russia
Founder of @asketik
Mika Mäkinen (@mcinen)
Graphic designer from Helsinki, Finland