When imperfection acts as a driving force for art and analog technology stands alongside digital evolution, the past, the present and the future are one! Polygon brings us into a glitch universe that represents his daily life; a distorted world where reality and imagination mingle.
Polygon is passionate about visual art, he draws his creative strength from the 80s & 90s culture and explores the infinite possibilities of creation using analog synths and video processors. Not only a video director, he is also a music composer and a visual artist.
Location: Paris, France
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Todd Berger (@todd)
Mountains, forests and streams
Berger of Berger & Föhr
Header art by @dia
analog glitch artist.
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.
Bonnie Thunderstorms (@bonniethunderstorms)
Digital Art Director & New Media Artist
adam pizurny (@adampizurny)
Rob Elford (@robelford)
George Manoti (@georgemanoti)
Architect /SLASH/ Artist /SLASH/ Design
Contemporary Visual Arts curated by Arseny Vesnin, founder of Designcollector Network, 2003
Organiser of @digitaldecade events
Digital Decade (@digitaldecade)
Digital Decade is looking for Ello-based artists to submit artworks and imagine how we may reinvent and edit our identities in the future - Post Identity - Digital Decade 6
minimalist vision of colorful geometry made with musical influences!!!
Architecture Photography and Geometrical Illustration..
BKN Magazine (@bknmagazine)
Photography magazine exploring new talent and visual culture