Fanni Szilvás (@szilvasfanni)
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Papp Márton Simon (@martonsimon)
Amir B Jahanbin (@abjahanbin)
animation and other computer things
artist resident @ mana contemporary
We communicate through visual stimulations.
Based in Porto, working globally.
Will Da Costa (@pomona_x_dacosta)
Artist, illustrator and graphic designer
Andras Ferenczy (@djsn)
Freelance illustrator and animator
Janescka Torres (@janescka)
Hey! I'm a Georgia native who's been into art for basically all my life and have been studying it for 8ish years. I have pretty much tried out every way to make art from ceramics to fashion design. I think ill stick to illustrations, photography, and painting (probably with oil paint more often than not). I'll link my insta cause it has my photography stuff. It'll probably take me a while before I do anything other than photography cause life.
Wong Ping (@wongping)
Korcsok Lili (@lilikorcsok)
im an animator/illustrator from Budapest, Hungary. Available for collaborations and commissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Al Boardman (@alboardman)
Nana Soeda (@jiwawaworld)
Malcolm Crowther (@malcolmcrowther)
My Stuff, Every Fucking Day
Designgraphik, est. 1999.
isabel castillo guijarro (@elloguesteditor)
Ello Guest Editor @byisabel
30 days/30 artists: a well-curated and diverse group of artist from every gender, cultural background and sexuality.
Franklin Fuji (@franklinfujid)
Cinematographer, Film maker Photographer
▪️All artworks made by me
Art + Illustration
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.