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Eric Bird (@ericbird)
Photographer and Visual/UX Designer in Seattle, WA
Scott Channing Hall (@scottchanning)
Raised on a farm in eastern Washington, I yearned for a view not always obstructed by wheat or barley. My Grandfathers worked hard—one a farmer, the other a park ranger, while my Father drove long haul truck—and so, it only seemed natural to utilize the earth as a means for growth, admire and celebrate the grandeur of our landscape, and love the open road. After being raised with hands in the soil, I left the farm to see where these legs could to take me in the American West.
Dimitri Smith (@aphotosmith)
Alaska, California, and some in between //
Roman Königshofer (@rawmeyn)
Professional Photographer | Filmmaker. Based in Innsbruck, Austria.
Chris Belcina (@chrisbelcina)
Everyday is an adventure
Snapchat : chrisbelcina
Matt Emmett (@forgottenheritage)
Architectural and historic locations photographer of lesser known places with fascinating back stories. I work with heritage organisations on photographing at-risk buildings and the restoration process.
Pentax, Manfrotto & Scurion ambassador
Historic Photographer of the Year 2017.
Architectural Photographer of the Year 2016. (Arcaid)
ps. There are sometimes multiple images in my posts :)
Joined: Feb 2018
Stefan Hartwig (@stefan)
Bicycles. Mostly. Probably.
Will Bones (@will_bones)
I like waffles, and I take pictures.
Landscape Photography (@landsphoto)
Best landscape photography inspirations by professional and talented photographers from around the World.
Thomas Woodson (@thomaswoodson)
Adventure Photographer & Cinematographer.
Jake Brown (@jakesout)
Southern Utah Photographer
Sigrid A. Buene (@sigridbuene)
Marcel Lisboa (@marcellisboa)
"Graphic designer Marcel Lisboa, living and working in Sao Paulo/Brazil, uses digital means to create his utterly unique illustrations; all of which expressions of private worlds that reveal a distinct story and invite endless contemplation."
Tanja Jeremić (@tanjajeremic)
Tanja Jeremić is visual artist based in Belgrade, Serbia. She creates digital collages and motion graphics by combining old photos she finds with contemporary styles. Her work is mainly composed of few unrelated elements from old photographs in which she recognises her thought. She filters those photographs through her personal designs and aesthetics thus giving us her surreal universe.
Tess Johnson (@tessjohnson)
Tess sees the world through a multi-colored lens. Nature, colors, shapes, light, layers, and fashion all lend a hand in where she finds most of her inspiration to create.
"I enjoy observing life in different ways and creating those things I see and feel through art. This is what makes me happy."
From collaging, paint, sewing, to set design, Tess loves to get her hands on anything she can. A recent graduate from Columbia College Chicago, Tess and her husband Connor Johnson are currently living in Los Angeles and looking forward to their future endeavors as artists and entrepreneurs.
Andrew W (@drewaround)
Full time graphic designer and part time collage artist from Toronto.
Jeanne Teolis (@jeanneteolis)
American collagist, Jeanne Teolis lives and works in upstate, New York. She is a collector of ephemera, scouring used book shops, yard sales, and junk shops to incorporate it in her collage work. Art has always been her passion, growing up she created many small masterpieces for her mother, drawing, cutting and pasting whatever she could get her hands on. To Jeanne, collage is an adventure, using found images from vintage magazines, and books, starting with one piece she lets the rest unfold with limitless possibilities. She finds inspiration in everyday life, and has much fun creating art to share. Jeanne continues to explore and experiment with new forms
I make ancient Aztek chocolate elixir in space. I create songs using samples of the sound of one hand clapping.
Let’s collab! ⚗️
All images (©) Mia Fazecas 2016 - 2019.
If you wish to use my images, please contact me.
Fate Troppo Belle (@fatetroppobelle)
Digital Collage by Alina Akhmatova.
This is my vision about fairies, as creatures from natural environments mixed with unexpected objects. The isn't a real explanation behind my works, it's pure aesthetics. And everyone can find their own meanings.