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Laura Thonne (@_lauradex)
Amateur photographer full-time graphic designer. Freezing time to eternity.
Erick Mori Quimper (@theilliteratepoet)
What if fun was all we had? It's called now.
Marta Caro (@martacaro)
Art Direction and Digital Design.
New York based.
Luca Venter (@luca)
Suzanna Neal (@suzannaneal)
photo and art & tech UF
Blake Webster (@okblake)
Sometimes I take photos.
Veronica Jonsson (@verotica)
GIFs / Photography / Collage
Shoot film and digital, mostly travel, lifestyle, and street
israel sundseth (@kappuru)
lapsed photographer turned ux designer. 35mm, mostly. contax t3 / leica M7 are my two ❤. privileged to share my small world with... this small world.
Ussi’n Yala (@ussinyala)
Ussi'n is a self-taught photographer based in Paris and originally from Gabon. He had the opportunity to participate in exhibitions such as “African Art Fair 2016”, solo exhibitions where he exhibited some of his street photos of Gabon and to be part of the 24 finalists of "Prix Picto de la Mode" by Picto. His work is mainly based on portrait with a focus on black skins and atypical profiles.
analogue visual artist
Film Photographer/Developer based in Santa Fe, NM.
diy curator, writer, photo taker
Ramona Flowers Bruno (@ramaflowers)
Loreta Isac (@loretaisac)
Kaloian Toshev (@mzkmzk)
Artist, illustrator & graphic designer. Loves drawing beautiful girls. Featured in a few illustrative books. Enjoys working on various design projects. Passionate snowboarder.
Lien Geeroms (@l1en)
Albert F. Montoya (@albertmontoya)
Illustrator x Web Developer from Las Vegas, NV.
illustrator and artist based in Barcelona. I work with ink and acrylic to produce original paintings currently about abundance and daily stuff
Pedro Strukelj (@pedrostrukelj)
The illustrator Pedro Strukelj—born in Buenos Aires, raised in Mexico, and now living in Barcelona—calls himself a “graphic chronicler,” recording cultural events. He has specialized in making illustrated chronicles of activities related to music, concerts, debates, festivals and fairs that he collects in his notebooks and later they are part of the exhibition project '¡Mira cómo suenan!'.