Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
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Chip Joslin (@chipjoslin)
Checking this site out and hoping to find a welcoming community for art and lovers of art.
Erick De La Vega (@erickdelavega)
We are brother, sister, both designers and we work together.
Will Geddes (@will)
Multidisciplinary graphic designer and art director based in San Francisco. Amateur DJ. And huge fan of any and all dogs.
florin g (@roudesign)
Andrea Grasso (@duezerouno)
Travis Ladue (@travisladue)
Principal / Art Director Studio Mast. Eagle Scout. Basset Hound Owner. Proud Husband.
Ode to Things (@odetothings)
A collection of well-designed, quality lifestyle objects that are special in the way they bring together form, function, and aesthetics.
Andrew Hosner (@thinkspace_gallery)
Founded in LA in 2005, and located in the Culver City art district since 2009, Thinkspace is a catalytic conduit for the emerging New Contemporary art scene.
Showcasing the most talented and inspiring artists we can find.
Bill Shafer (@hyaenagallery)
Owner of Hyaena, an art gallery in Burbank, CA that specializes in dark, underground, lowbrow, and outsider art. Support Art Outside the Mainstream.
Fred COTEREAU (@fred-cotereau)
Great Art addiction, Collector
DAMNED Exhibition (@thatdamnedshow)
An Exhibition of Enlightened Darkness
Laurie Lipton (@laurielipton)
The 21st Century's greatest draftswoman... but humble with it.
DV Karloff (@dvkarloff)
Tattoo artist, bassist in Society 1
Clint Carney (@clintcarney)
I'm an artist, musician, writer, filmmaker, etc.
Ivonne Carley (@ic)
artist | paper cutter | antique hunter | halloween addict | snail mail junkie | CA
Dan May (@danmay)
Dan May is an american painter. His paintings have been featured in various publications and have exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world.
An artist living and working in Seattle, Wa
Jon Beinart (@jonbeinart)
Jon Beinart creates “Toddlerpede” sculptures and large intricate drawings with strange recurring themes such as birth, death, deformity, hybrid beasts and human oddities.