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Edgar Caswell (@edgarcaswell)
Illustrator, graphic designer, pizza delivery boy.
james walker (@iamjimmyw8)
An eclectic mix of life, marketing, creative, health, fitness & thfc musings. Frequently sarcastic. Views are my own, consciously or otherwise.
Christopher Goodwin (@itsallgoodie)
iPhone X & Fujifilm X-T10
Hugo Dias (@huugodias)
Clicker games are an interesting video game genre that gained popularity in the last few years. If you love the clicker games genre because of its challenging but addictive gameplay, Clickergamesunblocked.com is a heaven of this game genre for you.
Experimental Music (@experimentalmusic)
I am an admirer of experimental music that merges classical instrumentation with avantgarde usage of electronic processing.
Kim Koning (@kimkoning)
Eats Poetry for Breakfast
Deadlines or dead bodies...depends on how much coffee/sleep I have had...
Currently obsessing over tattoos,psychics,serial killers...
we, nous, tu
todo mundo - nu.
E. P. Hackett (@ehackett)
Muge Salmaner (@bonfiredesign)
What you think you become, what you feel you attract, what you imagine you create
Bonfire Design is a dream realized by two people from different sides of the world who started a life together... We are dreamers, artists, artisans, musicians, survivors and we love this world to the fullest.. Our store reflects our life style, we make things, experiment and learn new things everyday and we want to share what we make with the world!
Jamie Janos (@jamieoh)
Hanna Bonnevier (@hannabonnevier)
Dsgnr Studio (@dsgnrstudio)
Multidisciplinary digital studio based in Bucharest, Romania.
Scientist, mathematician, technœrd, teacher, battle-pedant, mother, knitter/designer and occasional crocheter, swearer, singer of rude songs, cake refusenik, GF baker, sad old goth, blue hater, pun appreciator, Tomyris on Ravelry
Ryan Grifone (@ryogrif)
//Four Horsemen Shop//UVIC//
What You See Is What You Get
Lira Records (@kainlira)
Mastering the arts of music!
I became acquainted with French and Persian book illumination when I was a student, very fascinating! Then I painted lots of landscapes and a bit larger pieces but now, but retrospectively many of them are still miniatures, though in a larger combination and frame. In the literally sense of storybooks illuminations tell tales, every detail does.
When I decided to paint one image every day it was inevitable to reduce something, to become even more minimalistic, to allot time to capture the essence. So I paint a miniature every day - fabulous, funny, touching - or just kind of pop art stuff.