rowan wheeler (@withrowan)
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Emika Takaki (@etakaki)
IG: @ emikatakaki
H | S | A (@darkskieskindeyes)
All dressed up with nowhere to go.
Art, film, music, photos, words.
Use most posts as a narrative,
Some mine, some others.
Justin Rosenberg (@jsrphotos)
Los Angeles based freelance photographer, although most of my photos made in surrounding forests and mountain ranges.
Mel Blohm Studios (@mel_blohm_studios)
Playing with the way someone looks at artwork has always been fascinating to Mel. By leading a viewer into the composition with the organic shapes paisley patters create allows the viewer to be captured in the soothing swirling effect.
Philip Lück (@philiplueck)
💡 · 3D artist & shading addict from germany
⚙️ · cinema4D - photoshop - octane
✌🏽 · available for freelancing
✉️ · email@example.com
Lionel du Plessis (@lioneldp)
Creative type - co-founder at Fractal Marketing
Aka tjpytheas on Instagram
Art, photography, design and fashion in a single online art gallery and design shope: a place for non-conventional artistic and craft projects whose aim is to arouse contemporary minds.
Oliver Witness (@oliver-witness)
I use abstracted organic shapes positioned within traditional graphic arts grid systems to recreate the tones of the situations and environments I want to remember.
Blake Webster (@okblake)
Sometimes I take photos.
Brian Truono (@btruono)
Landscape, nature and fine art photographer, Sun chaser
Jonathon Reed (@jonathonreed)
Currently working on bucket list item no. 14.
The Outbound Explorer / Keep Exploring Ambassador
Black Art Matters (@blackartmatters)
People of African descent have contributed to all aspects of our societies and cultures. It is important to get to know what they created and developed because this contribution is still often denied or diminished. Explore Black History and Black Art from Africa to the other continents.
Curated by @mariosupa
MODERNISM IS CRAP (@modernism_is_crap)
♨ Ello Guest Curator ♨
◯ Cha Blasco
Explore the boundaries of what’s understood as contemporary art and not. A visual language where the relationship between the exposed works are in the intermediate space between the very obvious and very stilted, generating a direct subtle connection to each other.
Profile art by Bureau Mirko Borsche ©
Header art by unknown artist
Olga Lupi (@olga_lupi)
Mariana Bastos Collage (@marianabastoscollage)
Portugal, 1987. Mariana graduated in Food Engineering. She considers each of her works as a kind of living totemic figure, part of an intransmissible non-religion.
Ell0! Small time artist. Musician. Designer. Ect. Creating abstract vibez to aspire future children of the world.
Beatriz Alão Valente (@beatrizalao)
Interpreting and representing realities through collage.
De todo un poco, o un mucho.
Andrejs Strokins (@andrejs_strokins)
Photographer/visual artist based in Riga/Latvia
Luis Martin (@theartengineer)
I am a New York artist originally from Los Angeles. Collaging, to me, is the ultimate democratic and political art practice. It’s source material can be anything and everything available to the artist. Every choice the artist makes gives new meaning and context to the images being collaged. By exercising appropriation, an act usually limited to those with absolute power, I give meaning to the images around me instead of it being imposed on me, through the media and advertisement.