Jamie Drouin (@jamiedrouin)
Canadian sound and visual artist
Alison Postma (@rumalow)
Dave Chenell (@dchen)
Julien Martin (@julienmartin)
Julien Martin is the Alter Ego of Julien Arts and Martin Lorenz. The Dutch-French-German-Spanish duo create artwork, live performances, installations, exhibitions and publications.
Italia Ruotolo (@italiaruotoloart)
Italia Ruotolo born in Naples, Italy. After Classic Literature studies graduated at the Fine Arts Academy of Naples. For many years she worked as goldsmith and jewel designer. Ruotolo's work is a broad range of pop art and art nouveau. Her source of inspiration is the world that surrounds her. In her work, there isn’t much distinction between high and low cultural level, because she’s aware that the
contemporary man lives in a myriad of sensorial stimulation and is himself the product of continuing interlocution between the real and the mere appearance or mere fiction.
We find echoes of these contradictions in her work in constant search of a balance between
Marko Marinkovic (@markograf)
Graphic designer / Art directior / Artist / Time waister / Coffee terminator
Nuno Alecrim (@mylecrim)
Ania Bui (@aniabui)
I simply translate thoughts and ideas into visual solutions. My goal is to create work that influences the way people live and think. Other than that, I like listening to Doja Cat and collecting print junk.
Jeffrey Jay Jarin (@paksiw)
Jeffrey Jay Jarin is a visual artist / graphic designer from Manila, Philippines.
kyle goderwis (@kylegoderwis)
kyle goderwis is an abstract artist currently based in seattle wa. he works in various mediums, but mainly creates his pieces using acrylic paint and epoxy resin.
kyle graduated with a bfa from the art institute of atlanta in 2004. for the next 10 years he worked with a group of professional artists and participated in numerous gallery shows in atlanta and throughout the southeast.
kyle moved to seattle in 2014 and began to develop what is now his signature style. he takes the basic material of osb particle board and transforms it with the use of color and shape.
Megan Carty (@megancarty)
Abstract landscape paintings by New England artist Megan Carty bring the soothing, healing energy of nature to the viewer through rich and vibrant colors, pooled together and blended in unique and dynamic ways. Painting intuitively, Megan often sees the image she wants to paint appear in her mind's eye. She then gains clarity through meditation and inspiration from an archive of her own landscape photographs taken in her home state of Maine. With an idea and some colors in mind, she sets to work manipulating paint panels until a calming composition appears and her inner guide says "it's finished!" What is left is an heirloom-quality piece of art celebrating
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
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Alex Montaner (@gatomontaner)
The eye of the beholder is one of the main conceptual approaches that Alex gives his abstract works.
Through a cheeky palette of playful and primary colours, his work shows the struggle between reality, emotions and experience itself. Those who look at his work will see something different and can appreciate the colours, shapes or simply the fact that it makes them think.
The works incorporate collages, mixed media and paintings - developing and manipulating their personal experiences, emotions and fictional beliefs to create something that asks the beholder to look inside themselves in a psychiatric and primitive way.
With a frenetic and almost rough tec