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Frédéric Vayssouze-Faure (@wavegrower)
sine motions, wave phenomenons, harmonic ondulations
Chris Cruz (@chriscruzism)
This is who I am
You can like it or not
You can love me or leave me
Cause I'm never gonna stop, no... no
Charlie `o_o` Deck (@bigblueboo)
gifs • apps • games • shiny things • NYC.USA
Misfit Wonder (@msft)
Alberto Pozo (@aozop)
Freelance designer and animator
Joaquim Pimenta (@obla)
Art director, Illustrator.
Experimental Character Design.
Connor Bell (@connorbell)
Aurora Creative Lab (@auroralab)
Trends Research and Fashion Design
Direct - Design - Create
Artist Joey DeRuy (@joeyderuy)
Raised in both Montana and Kenya, self-taught painter Joey DeRuy has forged a specific, line-driven, figurative style all his own. His work combines the playfulness of late 20th Century street art with the geometric, African-inspired abstraction of Cubism, often with witty references to pop culture and geographic places.
Brian Wetjen (@wetchman)
Getting back to art after a couple decades making websites.
Ian Heisters (@heisters)
Kenji Hirata (@kenjihirata)
A digital artist, a graphic designer and now an indie game developer.
Currently working on “Project:Blue”
Formerly known as moepike
Somehow artist somewhere between caves, space, rainbow and fridge, searching for something I‘ll probably never find, but never mind, it’s a hell of a ride.
Probably trying to find a way to express that while paying my rent
theYOUNG | Tim YOUNG (@theyoung)
born 1972 in bad oeynhausen, germany
grew up in minden, germany
currently located in bielefeld, germany
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.
Johannes Mundinger paints murals, does installations and exhibits paintings in galleries and museums. Born 1982 in Offenburg, Germany, he has studied in Münster and Brussels and is based in Berlin as resident artist at Urban Spree gallery.
Mundingers work can and could have been seen in many places like Paris, Moscow or Jerusalem. He won the jury prize of the Berliner Kunstverein, in 2013.
Kirstine Reiner Hansen (@kirstinereinerhansen)