Rahul Vajale’s canvases, mostly large, test our responses to reasoning within. Rahul’s language is that of unseen objects, unknown organisms and human forms often get mutated to an extent that they belong to the non-human realm. While this poses an apparent challenge to the notion of form, the forms seek to creep down viewers’ eyes, to locate some sort of reasoning within. Rahul’s works are often spontaneously created having no clear idea or concept at the start. Rather, he builds on his initial thought by adding layers of elements to his works
Location: Mumbai ( India)
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NastPlas is a creative duo formed in 2006 by illustrator Fran R. Learte "drFranken" and creative director Natalia Molinos "Na", together "Nastplas Team".
Famous Paintings & Artwork (@famouspaintingsartwork)
TOPofART Painting Reproductions (@topofart)
TOPofART are specialized in hand-painted art reproductions with oil paints on canvas as well as with Giclée prints on canvas and art paper. We offer stretching and framing of the canvas prints ordered with us.
Cristal Painting (@cristalpainting)
Wedding Tree - Hochzietsbaum Design
ART - Illustartions - Textile Pattern and Surface Design
Sara's Paintings (@saraspaintings)
Sara Stojanac, Master of Visual art
The goal is to create a place where customers will feel comfortable and welcome, and maintain the quality of service and professionalism. I always try to meet all customer requirements and be more accessible. Here I publish my works I'm doing in my free time, but I also receive orders.
Studio F (@warpeddaughter)
Northern Artist working across a range of media including painting, collage, drawing, sculpture and participatory projects. Often engaged in creating activist art, using bold imagery and text, that playfully references painterly traditions. Working in a direct way that accesses and communicates emotions through mark making, using both abstraction and figuration.
Bronwyn Lorelei (@bronwynlorelei)
Creepy, saggy, vaginal babes with no apologies.
Alexis Price (@ipaintponies)
The world around us is transforming into the starkly unimaginable. Spacial and sensory understandings are breaking down and the universe we see every day becomes more and more the hideous reflection of our collective unconscious, both familiar and unknown. Pop-Surrealist painter and illustator Alexis Price creates a vivid and provocative body of work that encapsulates this contemporary phantom duality. Self-cannibalizing twins, hermaphroditic archetypes, twisted amputated physiological human forms, grotesque and profane taboo, shapeshifted part-human/part-animal beasts and cosmic alchemical symbolisms populate her artworks dancing alongside lush rainbows and
Leo Shallat (@leoshallat)
Native to Seattle, Washington with foundations in hip hop culture, Leo Shallat incorporates movement and lyrical aspects to his multi-disciplinary work. From murals to canvas to interior design, Leo is developing an intuitive symbolic language, inspired by dance, typography, and storytelling. His work explores the intersection of proto-word forms, fine art elements, and everyday objects.
addicted to schemes
Christian Otto (@christianotto)
Jackson Tupper (@jacksontupper)
day job: designer at burton snowboards
night job: www.iskraprint.com
Megan Koth (@megankoth)
Painter | Santa Barbara, CA + Phx, AZ
UCSB MFA 2020
My work can be purchased from Art One Gallery
Sebastian Kite (@sebastian_kite)
Sebastian Kite is an installation artist based in London. Exploring the intersection of art, architecture and music, his site-specific installations employ light, sound, projection and performance to illustrate new readings of spaces.
Kite’s immersive environments are created on an architectural scale, rooted in the embodied experience and the immaterial. Placing the audience at the centre of the experience, Kite seeks to disrupt our relationship with the space we live in, demanding a conscious engagement by questioning our perceptions of time.
stefania ruggiero (@stefaniaruggiero)
Artist based in Milan
Parch Pak (@parchpak)
Artist & Illustrator
Megan Buccere (@meganbuccere)
art, things, suff, whatnot Pronounced (bus era)
Megan Hudson Buccere (pronounced bus era) is a narrative painter who works primarily in soft pastels and oils. She attended Louisiana State University, holds a BS in Art Education, and has taught advanced and talented high school art for the past 15 years. Buccere's painting style features soft surreal works that blur the line between beauty and fear, creating stunning pieces with an edge. Her use of coincidental, accidental, and unexpected connections, such as her use of strings, multiple hands, and all knowing eyes, often leaves viewers orphaned with a mix of conflicting feelings and thoughts. Megan i
Amélie Bo (@ameliebo)
En céramique, Amélie Bo travaille sur l'idée d’apparition, de mutation, de transformation, des êtres, des choses et des environnements. Elle évoque le naturel, les éléments, le monde animal, en essayant de révéler la part de mystère, la pensée magique qu'il y a en eux.
Amélie Bo vit et travaille à Lille. Artiste plasticienne et céramiste est une ancienne étudiante des Beaux-Arts de Tourcoing et de Tournai.
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
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Guido Schmidt (@guidoschmidt)
I'm a creative programmer, media artist and technologist from Germany.
In 2016 I got my masters degree at the University of Koblenz in Computational Visualistics, a computer science program with a special focus on computer graphics and image processing mixed with courses from interdisciplinary fields such as art history, drawing and media art.
I write code to connect technology with creative disciplines, build generative art and interactive visual systems. I'm part of a local light artist collective called Pendeloque, which is performing mainly in the area of Mannheim and Heidelberg.