Mattia Cecchi (@akacek)
Black Cubism (@black_cubism)
Visual Designer from Germany
Painter and printmaker
/my paintings are layered one on top of the other, building up a timeline of acrylic geology. The portraits is then deconstructed and carved revealing colors and textures within each of the layers to create a vision of past and present//.
Jason Ackerman (@jasonackerman)
I have been a professional tattoo artist for a number of years and have been feeling a compulsion to explore a new means of self-expression. By the first few strokes, I found that painting was the missing key that would free my creativity. This quickly grew into an insatiable desire to create exclusively with acrylic and canvas. By juxtaposing notable historical and religious figures in my paintings, I am leaving the viewer with an uncomfortable image to pick apart individually. I find it fascinating to see the reaction and how it varies from person to person. The paintings typically evoke a feeling of shock and confusion. The plastic appearance of my cha
Chris Oli (@cjo37)
Chris Oliver is a sculptor who has recently relocated to Seattle from Ithaca, New York. He received his BA/Sculpture from Marlboro College and his MFA/Sculpture from SUNY Albany. Working in a variety of media ranging from minute 3-D prints to large hand-built permanent outdoor installations that shape their environment over time, his work examines the fine line between sculpture and common objects through manipulations of scale and context.
Hi-Fructose Magazine (@hifructose)
The New Contemporary Art Magazine started by artists Annie Owens and Attaboy in 2005.
Sumner Crenshaw (@sumner_crenshaw)
Sumner Crenshaw (born 1984) is an American surrealist and figurative painter. Her art is a minimalist, narrative styled imbued with lines and movement. Hopscotching between genres, her work builds on a variety of influences, from Salvador Dali to Shel Silverstein.
Sumner received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2006 and earned her Master of Fine Arts degree with a focus on oil painting in 2009. She has been working professionally as an artist since 2005, and has shown in galleries across the US. Her work is housed in both national and international collections. Originally hailing from Northern Vermont, Sumner relocated to Frederick, MD in 2010.
Artist / Freelance Graphic Designer / Illustrator
Robert Lansden (@rlansden)
Seeking exhibition opportunities.
Visual Artist. Kentucky native in Norwalk Connecticut. Do what you will but harm none. Tat tvam asi.
Cris Worley Fine Arts/Kentler International Drawing Space.
GIOTTO • Giovani Ngnoatto (@ngnoatto)
art + design + fashion
Alexandre Laclaverie (@alexll)
Giel Louws (@giellouws)
Giel Louws is a painter who researches his medium, and tries to re-invent himself as an artist over and over again.
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.
Lvis Mejía composes time based media considered as an homogenous mixture of diferent digital generated structures, analogue engines, programming, a variety of hybrid objects and instruments triggered by the most essential contiguity where thoughts, aesthetics, emotions and art, converge and blossom.
carbon based life forms
William Francis Tucker (@tukr)
Researching imagination. Looking for what appears when wandering through the kingdom of endless (digital) possibilities. Thoroughly enjoying the vasteness of this realm and its very appealing qualities. I play and discover. As no rules, no laws, no budget nor schedule restrict my quest for the natural source of ideas I'm exploring absolute freedom. It's hard to explain the fun it generates.
Nothing I show here exists in our everyday reality. All models are generated electronically.
All objects however may be more real than the holographic condition we perceive as our daily reality.
Please have a look at my website for more designs
Kristopher Matheson (@krismatheson)
Canadian photographer in Japan. I feel a strange attachment & wonder for the substance of the city, its objects, its buildings & the chaos of the streets; less wonder for its people
Mikal Johannes Murstad Strøm (@melk)
| 59°N | 10°E | Art Director | Magazine Maker | Coffee Maker |
NōMU is a blog about #architecture by Iñigo García Odiaga
Managed by Carl Barenbrug, Creative Director at Minimalissimo
studio NØRA (@studionora)
studio NØRA is a graphic design studio exploring video, illustration & code.