My artistic practice involves various investigations into my surrounding landscape/environment in order to re-visualise an experience of my own, and represent an experience for the viewer.
Combining my interests of museology, science, and the surroundings I find myself in, whether that’s where I walk everyday or places I visit for the first time, I investigate the re-representation of things that are very familiar to me, along with surroundings that are still very unknown.
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isabel castillo guijarro (@elloguesteditor)
Ello Guest Editor @byisabel
30 days/30 artists: a well-curated and diverse group of artist from every gender, cultural background and sexuality.
Desdemona Varon (@desdemonavaron)
“a painter with a camera” – David Taylor
DESDEMONA VARON, is a multidisciplinary Italian artist.
While fine art photography is her primary art form, she also performs, makes sculpture and latest her forms of expression also include drawings.
Her art photography typically challenges beauty obsession and beauty conventions, yet at the same time, they display an intense passion for fashion. Desdemona has an eye for details. In charge of her art direction, she is into every single detail of her work :
storyboard, set design, styling, hair and makeup. As she says; " this is the only way I come to feel part of the work."
Her lights will bring you to the clas
Saskia Aukema (@zazquia)
Saskia Aukema, Dutch documentary photographer and copywriter. After studying Language and Literature at Leiden University in the 1990s, she embarked on a course at the University of Applied Photography in Amsterdam, where she graduated with distinction in 2013. First price Silver Camera award in the portraits category 2016, winner International Photofestival Leiden 2018, nomine SO2015 Awards (for creative photography), selected as New Dutch Photography Talent 2017. The book ‘Veiled – Too Busy Being Awesome’, designed by Syb, was published late 2017 by Lecturis.
Art, photography, design and fashion in a single online art gallery and design shope: a place for non-conventional artistic and craft projects whose aim is to arouse contemporary minds.
Charles F Pigott (@charles_3_1416)
To envision a new aspect in drawing and its representation and declaring it as architecture is as difficult as recognising the origin of creation. By itself, it becomes a monster that demonstrates its influence while never forgetting where it came from.
You can call me a "creative". I have worked in TV - entertainment marketing for most of my career. That is where I do stuff like people see in the Richard Scarry Book -"What Do People Do All Day". In this context we call "art", I do things for no "good" reason. Here I play with ideas and how to manifest them. social media is a good place to take work beyond my garage or basement. As of late - I have been working in the clea space of flat graphics that coalesce into various shapes that hopefully bring a little joy or sadness into any viewers life.
Available for illustration and other art stuff,
my work speaks of relationships. I love to watch people, I am interested in their gestures, their behaviors and I am interested in their experiences, the way they see the others and especially their behaviors regarding love, how much their hearts is educated about love, something difficult to find pure, but mainly made from interests at my eyes appears. As relationship can be peaceful or not, good or bad, all starts from a mix of elements which are body shapes, behavior types, gestures, those elements can be aligned or not, everything starts from here. Searching for elements and combining them in order to create their own balance.
Liam Nigeria (@liam_nigeria)
Reshaping African narratives through arts/fashion
Raconteur of Africa
Eddie Ramirez (@ghastlycastle)
I hope Ello puts me on their featured artist section one day, I sing in the band Clorox Dream. I draw this stuff when I get home from my job at a detox for drug addicts.
FB: NatureMassie Block
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
Katrina Craig (@katrinamjcraig)
Artistic objects & lifestyle
Contemporary handmade products.
Barbara Carnevale (@barbara-c)
I try to grasp and celebrate the weak meaning of things
Kim Bertoe (@bertoe)
// conceptual artist // philosophy student // traces\traces // deconstruction
Choi Wong (@choiwong)
Artist (Collect - Disassemble - Create)
In my art, I study people and their mutual connections. These relationships are a recurring theme. My work is an ongoing study, and each single work is a link, a next step in my process. Each work teaches me something about my relationship towards others, about mutual connections and bonds.
Loneliness, power, control, dependency and trust are recurring themes.
I am the owner of wrenbirdarts, a hand embroidered hankie business in Seattle (yep, that's a real thing). My specialty is making custom hankies. Check out my website to see more hankies or to shop.
I'm a French girl, based in Spain, crazy for crafting and designing softies and more!
Labry Studio (@labrystudio)