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Daryll Peirce (@daryllpeirce)
Professional struggler, artist, maker, dad, and time optimist. San Francisco dweller.
Ingela Engman Sköld (@vasagatan)
Photo, watercolor and non sense.
Tyler Spangler (@tylerspangler)
Psychology graduate & Art Center College of Design dropout—Ran illegal punk venue for 13 shows until police shut it down—Freelance artist.
Sevda Kaçtı (@sevd)
Eric Pause (@ericpause)
Painter from Ontario, Canada
d i y a (@diya_sarker)
David Roskilly (@fullom)
I am an artist, designer and photographer living and working in London. My work explores the idea of the intertextuality that exists on every surface of the modern visual environment, mostly unobserved but always present and it’s historical and continuing communication. It's concerned with where this dialogue originates from and to where it extends. It is also concerned with the occurrence of the abstract against this backdrop. Most of the work is collage on canvas, board or paper. The material comes in most cases from the street, usually ripped off pieces of street art, advertising and anything else left on the walls. There is also a lot of photography.
Nathan Reidt (@nathanreidt)
I draw stuff, and I paint stuff, and I sculpt stuff, and I do some cg stuff...
Sonya Fu (@sonyafu)
Artist from Hong Kong.
Danny Augustine (@dannyartist)
Danny Augustine's drawings take us on a trip through his unconscious, each picture an intuitive expression of his past and present, of memories and experiences, of external and internal impulses, of 24 hour news.
His evolving drawings grow out of a random movement and into a more articulate expression of his being, an unknown landscape that he traverses, bringing us with him, each image born out of memories and experiences and 24 hour rolling news; the Syrian civil war, the earthquake in Nepal, the posturing of North Korea.
Tom Volkaert (@coldchain)
Nicole Duennebier (@nduennebier)
Painter in Boston Area... that area
Abel Lenz (@abellenz)
Experimental products you'll hate.
Left unfulfilled by a career designing cutting-edge, high-quality, user-friendly digital products for millions of users, I now use technology to create cutting-edge products that are low-quality, confusing, disgusting, and dangerous. These interactive "prototypes" are developed with similar processes as my past professional work, to different ends. In the rich world, consumerism and product fetish have lost their luster. There is nothing left to buy. These prototypes present a new way of buying products that activates less expected emotions. Loathing in place of envy, trepidation in place of anticipation, and disappointmen
Samuel Vanderveken (@droomerland)
The works by Samuel Vanderveken often thematically revolve around 'the absurd'. This is expressed in scenes, either figurative or abstract, where everything seems possible, in an abundance of colors and shapes. Pleasantly chaotic or with a hint of madness. The images are kickstarted by an experiment and evolve into an idea, or vice versa, as if the artist finds himself on a crossroad, where any direction seems valid. Although the works have meaningful titles, there is still room for the imagination, interpretation and wonder.
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Ivana Besevic (@ivanabesevic_studio)
Painter & Illustrator specializing in portraiture. Oil/acrylic on canvas and Digital Painting using a drawing tablet and PS.
Based between Belgrade, Serbia and Paris, France.
For portrait commissions or other inquiries please contact me at email@example.com or through my website besevicivana.wix.com/besevic
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