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Frederik Vanhoutte (@wblut)
At night, I find myself behind the computer. When I blink, code is drawing random structures on the screen. I spend the rest of the night staring.
Andreea Cioran (@eazthetik)
Deepu Sasi Kumar (@deepusasikumar)
Designer & Visual Artist.
🌟 French Artist / Painter 🎨
Lives and works in Toulouse, France 🇫🇷
(Born in the West Indies)
© Hu=man / Adagp, Paris
Stephane Salvi (@stephanesalvi)
Daniel A.M (@daniel_am)
Sculptor living between Los Angeles and the Mojave Desert
Contemporary urban art, abstract painting and graphic design are as many sources of inspiration as they are codes to be deconstructed and combined to explore their multiple possibilities.
dorris vooijs (@dorrisvooijs)
Jorge Chamorro (@jorgechamorro)
Graphic designer, teacher and collage artist.
Briana Auel (@brianaauel)
Art // Design // Creative Direction - self taught artist
Studio Quinda&Abraham (@quinda-abraham)
Netherlands based art & design studio, consisting of Quinda Verheul (DAE Man & Living, 2015) & Abraham Meeuwsen (HKU Writing for Performance, 2014), that focuses on contemporary video & installation works.
Through topics e.g. human spirit(uality), Internet, cosmos, capitalism & environment, it tries to be a reflector between natural & artificial phenomenons.
Matt Merkel Hess (@merkelhess)
Christian Wischnewski (@wischnik)
i'm a collage artist and illustrator from berlin / germany.
Paul Hearn (@paulxhearn)
Collagist + Bricoleur / Cinephile / Popscene
James Porschen (@jporschen)
This body furthers an exploration into the phenomenology of abstraction. These images concentrate specifically on color field theory, focusing on the interplay of lines and colors to create emotional responses. The neon tubes help further the work from its original geographic location. This enables the viewer a subjective interpretation rather than the dismantling of the image objectively. The images are not intended to reflect the location they were taken but rather the inner destination one creates while viewing them. With the loss of narrative associations, these images may then serve as vessels for contemplation.
Marjan Roshan (@marjanroshan)
Persian/Spanish artist and designer.
Based in Madrid.
Mah Studio co-founder.
Kzeng Jiang (@kzengjiang)
Emily Fromm (@emilylfromm)
Emily Fromm was born in Los Angeles, California in 1991, and moved to San Francisco in 2009 to study painting, drawing and ceramics. Her artwork highlights the vast array of text and signage present in today's cities, and speaks to the interaction between people and their constructed environments. Rendering iconic urban landscapes in layers of both bright and muted acrylic paint hues, Fromm applies traditional sign-painting techniques to her contemporary graphic aesthetic. She currently lives in San Francisco's Outer Sunset Neighborhood and works full time as an artist and muralist.
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.
Carlos Lalvay Estrada (@carloslalvayestrada)
Born in 1985 in La Maná (Cotopaxi, Ecuador), lives and works in Genova, Italy since 2001.
In 2012 he founded, alongside Pietro Repetto, PICA, a project that blends illustration and cyanotype creating unique handmade prints on paper and cloth.
Roger Reutimann (@reutimann1)
Swiss-American sculptor Roger Reutimann is working with contemporary materials like cast stainless steel and fiberglass. Some of his clients include Sir Elton John, Anderson Cooper, Anne Randolph Hearst, Sophia Loren, the White House etc. Reutimann is interested in the purity of shapes, in simple geometric lines that are suggesting of the human form. Influenced by artists like Moore, Brancusi and Arp he also finds inspiration in industrial and automotive design. Reutimann strongly believes in perfection.