Creative coding & design
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Yancy Way (@echophon)
Artist exploring motion, nature, & design - making associations through code. Seattle WA
Joshua Davis (@praystation)
I sell forms and colors for a living.
Cy Tone (@cytone)
Inhale – Exhale – Inspire – Create
All subjects are Copyright-free, everyone can use them as he/she/it prefers, we don’t give a fuck. Culture is a human heritage not a mass production tool.
Jo Preibisch (@jo_preibisch)
I'm an Interaction Designer from Germany.
I started doing everydays to improve my visual skills and have a way to improve my skills to visualise my ideas. I was inspired by Beeple's everydays and began this year.
I love futuristic user interfaces (fui) and want to learn how to create fuis by myself. I also attending two online courses from Ash Thorp to learn how he is working. My work is influenced by his stuff. Other designers like Gmunk and Ilya V. Abulkhanov also have a big impact on me.
I'm using Blender because I started in 3D with it and I like the idea to use this Open-Source-Tool to create awesome futuristic work with it.
Feel free to ask my an
exploring the digital worlds
on a adventure with cube
3D artist living in Fort Worth, TX I make cool stuff. Let's be friends, okay
Amy Hussein (@eimihu)
I'm a Dominican-American artist fascinated by human behavior, interaction and bonding rituals. I'm also interested in dismantling rooted notions and constructions about love, intimacy and compatibility. The infinite network has greatly influenced my work and shaped my aesthetic and for some years now, I've regarded it as one of the main areas for interaction and construction of identity. I like to play with the idea of reconciling art and the people by creating scenarios where both can interact democratically. Currently I live and work in Santo Domingo.
Posting my favorite daily renders on here that I've done over past couple months
We're an indie game development team. Working on a lowpoly survival-exploration game Floatlands.
Just someone trying to get rid of the boredom of the everyday life. Daily posts. 3D everywhere. Moderat lover.
Marcus Conge (@rockingthepixel)
Marcus Conge is a freelance 3D artist
To communicate quickly and effectively at a glance, with a powerful image that captivates and holds attention long enough to deliver the message.
My work derives from life all around us, and those daily interactions are directly interpreted to whatever medium necessary to drive that message. Still or motion, I am here to turn up the volume.
Ludovic Freitas (@ludovicfreitas)
CO-OWNER & PARTNER @ MAISON TSAY
[Creative Strategy, Branding, Digital, Storytelling]
Living between Paris & Porto
Jacob Eisinger (@yippiehey)
Designer/Illustrator/Catlover 3D Illustration & Artdirection Based in Hamburg
Architects, Designers and Graphic Designers.
Graphic Design (@graphicdesign)
Curious projects of the graphic design industry.
Mention @graphicdesign to share your posts. Edited by @benderski
Formlab Creative Agency (@formlab)
Formlab is a boutique creative agency & cabinet of curious goods. We welcome all ye weird & wonderful in our creative store in De Pijp, Amsterdam ( store open Mon till Sat. )
Ibán Ramón (@ibanramon)
Graphic designer. Photographer. Visual Artist. Based in Valencia, Spain
Bois et Fer (@boisetfer)
Bois et Fer pudo haber nacido una tarde cualquiera y en un lugar cualquiera, pero nació una tarde de invierno y en un hogar de San Sebastián.
Así surgió Bois et Fer.
Queríamos un mueble que reflejase nuestro estilo, nuestro carácter y en definitiva nuestra forma de vida. Por eso teníamos claro cuáles iban a ser los materiales; por un lado la madera, con su textura y su calidez y por otro lado el hierro firme y robusto.Con estos dos elementos creamos nuestra primera mesa.
Un día quisimos compartir nuestra experiencia, diseñando muebles adaptados a cada gusto, a cada rincón y a cada historia, creando piezas a medida, de líneas simples, atemporales y conte