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.
Location: Rochester, NY, United States
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Moose Dixon (@moosedixon)
Practicing serendipitous photography for twenty years.
This is a daily post photo-blog, although I do occasionally stray into other topics. My photography is a serendipitous, meandering and poetic experience. Although flâneury does have its appeal, I seek out unusual views, reflections, quality of light, candid portraiture and visual puns. The word quirky comes up a lot.
I spend 40+ hours a week in healthcare and play with photography during my down time. My primary tools are a Nikon D7000, an iPhone 7+, GIMP, and caffeine. Daily photos only (no text) may be seen at DropBox.
I only love the posts I repost. Go to my loves to see the best of those I follow.
I’m a freelance Digital Artist and Musician looking to create things that people will look at/listen to and notice all the good things around.
Rita Mariano (@ritamariano)
Fine Arts / Ballet / Photography
Porto, Portugal 1994
Art, photography, design and fashion in a single online art gallery and design shope: a place for non-conventional artistic and craft projects whose aim is to arouse contemporary minds.
I can't draw... :\
Zeke's Lunchbox (@zekeslunchbox)
Zeke's Lunchbox is an art pseudonym for Sydney based artist, Julia Rich. Under this name she creates work that is influenced by kitsch art and the space age while extrapolating ideas with imagery from everything B-grade. The work is triggered by schlock artists and draws inspiration from illustrators of Goosebumps and The Garbage Pail Kids. Zeke's Lunchbox is primarily a painter, illustrator and street artist specialising in portraiture of alien-like women and strange creatures that reside on distant planets.
Irakli Gharibashvili (@iraklisan)
I'm oil-free piece of fried eggs, determined to cling on the floor and completely contrary from the whole...
Oscar Moctezuma (@oscarasecas)
Im an illustrator, art director & toy designer wannabe from Monterrey, México.
Im up to collaborations, drop me a mail email@example.com.
Bob Conge (@plaseebo)
Mr. Wig (@johnrlee)
Cinema4d Daily Renders, 3d Design
Andrei Curta (@dade_)
Transylvanian animator here, adventure, trippy like that and.. a thriller. Cheers and love to all. Wooooooop!
Studio XS (@studioxs)
Hi! I'm Cesare Perniola, founder of Studio XS.
Fond of technology&music, since 1977 I have been living in Carrara, in the heart of the Apuan Alps, over the Mediterranean Sea, in Northern Tuscany.
Unlike many designers out there, my school career was varied; I did not learn 3D or animation at school, I have never worked for an important design firm, I have never worked for important national commercials and I had to work hard to get here. Tx to my versatile background, I hope to watch design from a different point of view. Looking at the tutorials I find out that there are other self taught designers who are making my same path. Quite comforting isn’t it?
Archan Nair (@archannair)
Josh Purple (@joshpurple)
geneviève guernier (@gernobyl)
Sad stories in earth tones.
Jarid Scott (@jrdsctt)
digital artist/photographer/nerd/mostly water
Siddhant Jaokar (@conquestofninjacats)
Motion designer in the Bay Area
Hello, I'm a graphic designer who is in love of 3D and animation, addicted to video games and movies, co-founder of Mosh an animation studio based in Guatemala, where i have worked animations and videos for different types of clients. Always open to any kind of collaboration or just chat you can find me as @chepetusa or write anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
Josephine Cardin (@cardinphotography)
Josephine Cardin is a fine arts photographer living and working in Rochester, NY.
Presently, Cardin has been developing her contemporary figurative work, inspired by music, dance, and the human themes of loneliness, isolation, fear, and transformation. Cardin works primarily in self-portraiture to illustrate scenes that bewitch and explore our human sensibilities through abstract stories with a visual dialogue between the subject and the artist created through harmonic gestures and magnetic artistry.
Cardin's work has been published in Hi-Fructose, InPrint, Digital Camera, Photo+, BLUR, Elegant, Adore Chroma, The Spoiler’s Hand, Lucy’s, beau BU, F-Stop, Da