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Contemporary urban art, abstract painting and graphic design are as many sources of inspiration as they are codes to be deconstructed and combined to explore their multiple possibilities.
Holly St Clair (@hollystclair)
Illustrator and maker.
Earl McBride (@earlmcbride)
Artist & Writer
Soong Reader (@qchip)
catherine chambers (@catherinechambers)
Self taught artist currently living in Southern California. Paintings (oil) and ceramics.
Really silent on what's art, and what's design. Art inspires. Design motivates. And I am all about visuals, and music.
Austin Fields (@austinfieldsart)
Contemporary Visual Artist
Richard Shipley (@richardshipley)
Born in 1973, Richard Shipley hails originally from York, where he began painting in the 1980’s as the graffiti artist CageOne; now residing in the South West of England, Richard's artwork is continually evolving and has been stripped back in to a pure abstract aesthetic, which features in popular culture, private collections and Art exhibitions across the globe.The dominant feature in Richard’s work is light in the urban environment and how it is dispersed, dramatically casting shadows across different surfaces, creating contrasting tones and textures. His work immerses the viewer in a conceptual yet soulful representation of the human condition, and subtly
"I am in constant pursuit to discover the alternative realities beyond the primitive perceptions of our existence. It is a search to know and to feel the impenetrable that is manifested through the beauty that is found in the asymmetrical, the grotesque and the true religiosity of the uneven in our human condition. My work tries to connect with the other-wordly, tries to attain insights into mysteries that transcend our human awareness as by direct communication with our intuition."
Kathleen Skeels (@kathleenaskeels)
Artist, Ceramic Sculpture
d i y a (@diya_sarker)
Shana Alpino (@shanaalpino)
I derive my figurative work from the most pregnant moments, the kind that oscillate between ordinary and extraordinary, and embody sensations as well as instill them. Just as there is an instant between reception of sensation and comprehension of its meaning, a held breath, there is a moment in a work’s development that teeters in between becoming and being. This threshold moment, a resonating tension, drowns out a logical pedigree as well as a point of documented arrival. Instead it may only be self explanatory by its penetrating effect: felt of the body.
Jodi Brown (@banalogous)
Artist, designer - I like funny, talented people.
Ollie Ma' (@itsolliema)
Alexandre Abela Photographer (@alexandreabela)
Photographer based in St Barth, French West Indies.
Instagram : @ALEXANDREABELA
“Push It To The Limit"
Efrain Sahagun (@efr0n)
Stop wondering and start wandering
hænk loves using images to tell stories. Some of hænk's images and stories confuse people, and they may wonder about his state of mind. Don't you worry, he has reassured me that he's fine. At first sight, hænk's images look as if they are scenes from the real world. Most times, after a while, you start to realize that things are not as they appear to be, or that something is wrong. Some of you may realize this immediately, while others will miss it. Never mind. hænk's work shows us how difficult it is for people to get along. It deals with themes such as fear, violence, love and loss, aspects that you may encounter in everyday life. Enjoy!
Brazil-based digital nomad living the post-internet aesthetics
Briana Griffin (@esoterum)
i am a brooklyn based photographer. 22.
Sean Martin (@seanmartinstudio)
Sean is a LA based photographer, director and journalist. A proud New England native, he grew up sailing in the cold waters of Massachusetts. He has worked for numerous global lifestyle brands and editorial publications covering surfing, music, art and counter-culture.
Andre Elliott (@andreelliott)