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Artist / Photographer / Curious wanderer
Monty Lukies (@syntheticorder)
Define myself by my career, something witty about cats, life philosophy in a hashtag, various emojis. Views expressed here are often of rad street art.
Jamaal Keita (@keita-fli)
All photography is my work, with the exception of re-blogged workings.
Check out my blog!!
Paul Perton (@paulperton)
Marketer, photographer, engineeer, Kapenaar, husband, dad.
Isaac Adler (@isaacadler)
Un jour j'irai vivre en théorie, parce qu'en théorie tout se passe bien...
Arne van Oosterom (@arnevanoosterom)
Photographer, Artist and Founder DesignThinkers Group and DesignThinkers Academy
Daina Hodgson (@dainahodgson)
-Now Magazine Nominee Best Instagram 2016
-Rough Guides Photographer "You Are Here" 2017
-Arkitip/Ello Print Issue 0062 2017
-Digital Decade 5 Winner, London U.K. 2017
-Digital Decade 5 Catalogue London U.K. 20
-Ma-Wah Gallery 6 week exhibition London, U.K 2017
-Portfolio below. My Images. My copyright.
ANGKANA KENBUBPHA (@bbubphaa)
Voxx Romana (@voxxromana)
Voxx Romana means "Voice of Rome" in Latin - Street Artist started in 2007 -
Damon Way (@damon)
Play Music / Shoot Film / Build Brands / Skate Pools
Janna Maria Vallee (@jannamaria)
I'm a textile-based artist making primarily woven wall hangings in natural and naturally dyed fibres. My retail business is Everlea Yarn and includes consciously sourced yarn dyed with plants, knitting kits and tapestry weaving supplies.
I am the owner of wrenbirdarts, a hand embroidered hankie business in Seattle (yep, that's a real thing). My specialty is making custom hankies. Check out my website to see more hankies or to shop.
Mother, gardener, maker, agitator, curator
Sara Auman Smith (@saumansmith)
Kat Howard // Book Meat Studio (@kat_howard)
Poet. Book Artist. Fiber Artist. Maker. // Text + Textile + Texture // Hudson Valley // firstname.lastname@example.org
Bozena Wojtaszek (@bozena_wojtaszek)
textile artist, living in Lodz (Poland)
Luksie Wipriyance (@whoisluksi)
Working in partnership with the artisan weaver of rugs, GUR invites artists to express themselves on this support with a very specific technique using the same materials with the authenticity of a traditional kitchen rug but now much more fun. GUR can be the first place where you put your feet in the morning, a picnic friend or a frame in your living room. Hopefully the collection will keep on growing with new collaborations, keep on checking then!