WOW x WOW (@wowxwow)
WOW x WOW is an online gallery and art resource, specializing in exhibiting, promoting and celebrating the very best in New Contemporary Art from around the world.
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Raúl Guerra (@raulguerra)
Gianluca Tenia Gambino (@gianlucateniagambino)
Digital Art / Illustration / Screen Printing / Xylography / Gig Poster Design / Animal Rights Activism / Musician / DIY - firstname.lastname@example.org -
John Casey (@johncasey)
Born on Friday the 13th in Salem, Mass., John is an Oakland-based artist and cat-whisperer.
James Lipnickas (@jameslipnickas)
Scott Holloway (@paintingloft)
My work is associated with the historic fusion of religious dogma and scientific enlightenment of the Renaissance. The work is meant to be contemplative; and the viewer is encouraged to meditate on its hidden subtext - narratives about the search for the divine soul through anatomical dissection. Conceptually Holloway approaches the work emotionally, but controls the formal presentation through analytical methods as was done by the great masters of the past. The final images of anatomy are presented as traditional icons to convey the sacred nature of the human body. Holloway's work is about honoring the beauty and complexity of the human form even after deat
Brad Gray (@drabnail)
My works range from small, atmospheric oils to large, more complex compositions. The smaller pieces focus primarily on texture, creating mood and movement through the use of strong tonal ranges and loose brushstrokes. The larger works are often theatrical in nature depicting an array of peculiar characters thrown together in a world not entirely of our own. Influences of Bosch, Bruegal and Neo Rauch are evident in their compositional arrangements. I employ fantasy and satire to unravel the complexities of the human story. The works are rich in symbolism, reflecting life experience and issues of a wider nature. The paintings are often deeply personal that mir
Chris Leib (@chrisleib)
Bonobo with a paint brush.
Zeke's Lunchbox (@zekeslunchbox)
Zeke's Lunchbox is an art pseudonym for Sydney based artist, Julia Rich. Under this name she creates work that is influenced by kitsch art and the space age while extrapolating ideas with imagery from everything B-grade. The work is triggered by schlock artists and draws inspiration from illustrators of Goosebumps and The Garbage Pail Kids. Zeke's Lunchbox is primarily a painter, illustrator and street artist specialising in portraiture of alien-like women and strange creatures that reside on distant planets.
Siamés Escalante (@sayamis)
I'm an artist/illustrator from Mexico City. I love cats and Sailor Moon!
Colin Frangicetto (@colinfrangicetto)
Marcelo Gallegos (@marcy_gee)
I'm an artist and illustrator in Taipei, Taiwan.
Ashly Lovett (@ashlylovett)
Ashly is a freelance illustrator and fine artist who works primarily with chalk pastel on BFK Rives paper.
"My goal for every illustration is to use the character's eyes to really engage the viewer. That is, by far, my favorite challenge. My work is of the horror and fantasy genre, often with a dark romanticism undertone and Pre-Raphaelite influence. Some of my favorite artists are Sam Wolfe Connelly, Rovina Cai, Sam Webber, along with George Pratt, my first Illustration teacher in college. His teaching influenced me tremendously.”
Edward Cao (@edwardcao)
Los Angeles-based artist & illustrator.
Corinne Reid (@rinfish)
Andi Soto (@andimacka)
Gabi de la Merced (@gabidelamerced)
Painter and lllustrator based in Barcelona
Joey Stupor (@joeystupor)
Paracosm is a detailed imaginary world. Paracosms are thought generally to originate in childhood and to have one or numerous creators. The creator of a paracosm has a complex and deeply felt relationship with this subjective universe, which may incorporate real-world or imaginary characters and conventions.
joe vollan (@joevollan)
Doom folk art
Nathalia Suellen (@nathaliasuellen)
Artist of chaos, disturbing, painful, horror...although all this is foolishly hidden by some layers of beauty.
Robert Steven Connett (@rsconnett)
Robert Steven Connett is a self taught artist currently living and working in Los Angeles California. He takes his current inspiration from biological forms, both flora and fauna, micro and macro, land and ocean dwelling. Connett uses acrylic paint to portray a dark and bizarre worlds teaming with diminutive life. In his own words, “My work is a collection of things that I find appealing and engaging. I paint things that enchant me, and I paint because I enjoy seeing my imagination come to life.” His images present a myriad of creatures, from aquatic organisms like ciliates, shrimps, Jellyfish and crabs, to moths, butterflies and rainbow-colored insects. Eac
Dusty Ray (@sloppjockey)
I make smallish to not-so-smallish gouache paintings leaning towards the surreal/unsettling/creamy .
Amber Vittoria (@amber_vittoria)
Illustrator focusing on femininity and the female form, leveraging physical traits such as body hair, overtly extended limbs, and rounded features.
Julia Griffin (@juliagriffin)
Artist/illustrator and voracious reader.
Vivian Shih (@vivianshih)
Illustrator & Designer