Matt Brodeur (@mrbrodeur)
Creative Director at umbrla
Yann Kerveno (@yannkerveno)
author, mountain biker, journalist, photographer, father, lover, just alive.
Ben Roffelsen (@benroffelsen)
“Sailors on a becalmed sea, we sense the stirring of a breeze.” ~Carl Sagan
Field Mag (@fieldmag)
digital publication for lovers of good design and the great outdoors
David Arias (@davidarias)
Design, Art, Photography, Lifestyle, Adventure.
Blake Webster (@okblake)
Sometimes I take photos.
Lead: @dutchess70 | Avatar: @thomaswoodson | Header: Willem2K (@ellobackcountry)
Welcome to the Ello backcountry community! Meant for human-powered trips outside of civilisation, mountains in particular, where nature still reigns. Be it on foot, on bike, on snowshoe, on ski, or on (split)snowboard. Mention @ellobackcountry in your posts or answers to posts to have it considered for resharing on this page.
Just a guy looking for his own Michelle Obama
Matt Hanns Schroeter (@matthanns)
Illustrator, designer and photographer. Makes a mean cup of coffee. Doodles 👉 @heybop
Will Crites-Krumm (@borrowedparadise)
Wilderness & 無爲!
Stephen Fitzgerald (@stephenfitz)
This is a place where I can say whatever I want to say without an agenda. Bikes + Design + Cars mostly.
Time to Climb (@timetoclimb)
Rock Climbing, Bouldering, Mountaineering, Hiking! If its outdoors then I'm all about it!
Timothy A. Boll (@timboll)
Computational Design + Architecture
Toronto × New York
Anatoly @ Black and Milk (@blackandmilk)
Interior Design studio in London. We bring precision, beauty and understated luxury to modern residential interiors
Dan Hogman (@danhogman)
bang pow architecture
UP interiors (@upinteriors)
Minimal, timeless everyday objects, architecture and spaces. upinteriors.com
Architectural designer, maker, and photographer passionate about urbanism and sustainability
Network. Architecture | urban design/research | exhibition design | cabinetry | Based in Graz, Innsbruck, BadGoisern and Vienna, AUSTRIA
Charles F Pigott (@charles_3_1416)
To envision a new aspect in drawing and its representation and declaring it as architecture is as difficult as recognising the origin of creation. By itself, it becomes a monster that demonstrates its influence while never forgetting where it came from.
Leibal is focused on the most recent minimalist works in regards to architecture, interiors, furniture, and products.