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street art united states (@streetartunitedstates)
a boston based community that believes in the power of public art and creativity to literally transform lives and in making our streets alive.
Keith Andrew Wilson (@keith3po)
Brand Manager at Independent Trucks, Photographer
Nick Pitsas (@nickpitsas)
Thank you to everyone for viewing, commenting, sharing and for the photo loves.
Voxx Romana (@voxxromana)
Voxx Romana means "Voice of Rome" in Latin - Street Artist started in 2007 -
Kristopher Kotcher (@frenemy)
Illustrator, Graffiti maker, Traveler, and Snacker. I am from Austin, Texas but live and create from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
briss photo (@brissphoto)
Cody Ellingham (@cbje_tokyo)
⚡️ Photographer & Art Director in Tokyo. Creator of DERIVE ・ 東京人 ・ Wanderer
Marfa Capodanno (@marfacapodanno)
Skateboarder and Photographer
Chicago to LA and back is where you can find me .
Contributor to Juice skateboard magazine and stoke much skateboard magazine
Gisele Duprez (@giseleduprez)
I make pictures, grow tomatoes in Brooklyn, and occasionally work in technology.
Sa Nguyen (@nhosa)
Creative Director - Ogilvy Vietnam
/ Photographer / Biker / Founder of WetheCult.co / SGN - Vietnam
La cara de nadie. (@lacaradenadie)
Collages from the under desire of my broken side
Jeanne Teolis (@jeanneteolis)
American collagist, Jeanne Teolis lives and works in upstate, New York. She is a collector of ephemera, scouring used book shops, yard sales, and junk shops to incorporate it in her collage work. Art has always been her passion, growing up she created many small masterpieces for her mother, drawing, cutting and pasting whatever she could get her hands on. To Jeanne, collage is an adventure, using found images from vintage magazines, and books, starting with one piece she lets the rest unfold with limitless possibilities. She finds inspiration in everyday life, and has much fun creating art to share. Jeanne continues to explore and experiment with new forms
Valeria Harlay (@vcoloiera)
My life is a collage.
To make collages is one of my passions. I take pictures, I cut them, and I play with them until creating a harmony that I like. Sometimes I think they come to life and find their place in the composition by themselves. My collage takes shape and is transformed in the course of my experiences. With each creation I reveal my soul a little, I indulge in the difficult task of discovering myself, and being unveiled by the eyes of others. Each time I go to an inner journey.
Fab C (@efecsc)
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.
Tinashe Mika (@mrmika)
Will Jenkinson (@wrjenkinson)
Painting, taking photos, making collage and shooting films
get in touch @firstname.lastname@example.org
Je suis beau.
Beata Szczecinska aka Cityabyss Illustration
Art / Illustration / Design
Helena Cardow (@helenacardow)
Helena Cardow is a twenty-three year old Londoner with a penchant for oil paints, leopard print and anything ginger-flavoured. She read MA Visual Arts and Culture, and BA Sociology at Durham University, and is currently experimenting with her personal practice.
Her work is multimedia based, ranging from collage, photography, oil painting to graphic design. As a self-taught artist, Helena explores new mediums readily, constantly seeking novel modes of self-expression. Her art explores both the personal, as well as intersectional sociological issues, such as race, feminism, gender and sexuality.
Danielle Cole (@danielletcole)
All my work are handmade collages. My work is available for show and sale.
Follow me on Instagram: @girlsanddinosaurs contact me through me website: www.daniellecole.ca