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Harriet Burbeck (@happyb)
Arts Educator. Illustrator. Ceramics, watercolor, oils, inks. An Illustrated History of Domestic Arthropods.
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Mika Cali (@mikacali)
Irene Keller aka Litantrace (@litantrace)
Lettering Typography Graphic Illustration.
Bad temper, Berlin based, italian graphic designer, feeding on good italian vegetable
Jo Deyris is a woman painter who lives in Bordeaux
Red Wolf (@red_wolf)
resonating beyond the green event horizon, phase-shifting dimensional networks on a lightcycle...
Tony Clarkson (@tonyclarkson)
Born in 1973
Went to art school in 1989
Went to another in 1992
Met a girl in 1993
Got a job in 1994
Bought our first house, our dog Elvis and started a studio in 2000
Married her in 2002
Bought our second house and had our first son in 2003
Had our second in 2007
Lost Elvis in 2009
Got Razzle in 2010
Cycled to Paris in 2010
Got my black-belt and joined Stan’s in 2013
Nothing much happened in 2014
Big changes in Autumn ’17
Started a new studio in November '
Shape Landscaping (@landscapersauckland)
Shape Landscaping is an Auckland based landscape design and construction company, dedicated to providing exceptional quality landscaping solutions that will add value to your property.
Alina Paduraru (@alinapaduraru)
Passionately curious, dancer, reader, dreamer, theatre and music consumer.
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Enrique Ramirez (@enriqueramirez)
Nikki Belle (@elocutionizt)
Artist. Tech. Imagineer.
Mongolian, reader, collector.
Mary Charmaine (@marycharm)
Auckland, NZ. 18. Art appreciator.
Daniel Link (@link1240)
I write. I love to tell stories, and I draw inspiration from art, photography, and of course, great writing.
Katrina Craig (@katrinamjcraig)
Shedding our skin so we can see each other.
charlie bonallack (@ellocharliebquiet)
With the ubiquitous digital image taking centre stage and the decline of the printed photograph, Charlie (a british artist based in Montpellier, France) presents the printed photograph as a thin receipt or a fossil…a half truth, a trace, possibly a clue to the past.
“I never liked photography,” Robert Mapplethorpe is quoted as saying, “Not for the sake of photography. I like the object. I like the photographs when you hold them in your hand.”