Inès Longevial

We thought you should see more from her; so, we're posting featuring her on our blog! Inès Longevial is a French painter based in Paris. Her paintings play with muted colors, silhouettes and contours. 

Ryan Shorosky

Ryan Shorosky is a photographer based in New York. His documentary voice tells a story of wandering soul. After college, he set out to become a "long-haul truck driver," and document the project in its entirety to create an experience for both himself and the viewer. Familiarity and estrangement are common themes for Shorosky, and how the two contrast with one another. 

Matthew The Horse

Matthew The Horse is an illustrator, graphic designer and poet. He's inspired by the harmony of shapes, feeling sad and language. 

Fudo Jahic

Fudo Jahic is a photographer based out of Boise, Idaho. He mainly focuses on lifestyle, portrait and landscape photography. His lighting is very natural and soft. 

Thomas van der Zaag

Thomas van der Zaag is a photographer based out of Toronto, Canada. Photography allows him to re-imagine the world in ways he usually wouldn't. Inspired by things he likes, his photography is often a fictionalized account of real things that happened. 

Brad Ogbonna

Brad Ogbonna is a photographer based in New York. His work spans from fashion, music, portraiture and lifestyle. Brad grew up in a strict household setting that has somewhat shaped his "no boundaries" theme that appears in his imagery and films.

Kristen Liu-Wong

Kristen Liu-Wong is an illustrator and painter based in Los Angeles. Kristen's work is emotional, and erotic, yet you can't seem to look away. Her paintings are a beautiful mix of explicit and grotesque subjects with soft undertones and color palates. 

Margherita Urbani

Margherita Urbani is an illustrator from Northern Italy. Her work is bright, full of color, and often has a wry sense of humor. Urbani is interested in the balancing of cultures and languages. 

Hart + Leshkina

Hart + Leshkina is a collaborative duo based in New York. Their work is soft with a earthy, neutral color palette. This duo combines the worlds of fashion, art, and performance in their imagery. The minimalistic approach in each piece creates a powerful voice that makes each image impactful on its own. 

Daniel Gordon

Daniel Gordon is a photographer, painter, and collage artist living and working in New York. With photography being the main focus in his practice, there are equal parts sculpture and collage in each meticulous piece. Gordon's work incorporates hundreds of internet print outs layered with magazine and newspaper cut outs, which are pieced together in a three dimensional fashion and then photographed to create an ecstatic yet visually peaceful scene.

Kayla Varley

Kayla Varley is a fashion and lifestyle photographer based in Los Angeles. Kayla's imagery is whimsical, youthful, and honest. Her subjects are often moving or engaging in their own moment rather than looking directly at the camera. 

Todd Hido

Todd Hido is a photographer and writer who takes lengthy road trips, on an endless search of imagery that connects with his own recollections. Hido is well known for photographing worn down buildings, or foreclosed homes, as well as the dwellings that live within suburbia. His narratives of both landscapes and the human form are powerful, dreamy, and cinematic. 

Kieron Cropper

Kieron Cropper is a collage artist currently based in Brighton, England. He goes by the name "CUR3ES". His work consists of 1950s pictures, and space themed prints. Cropper utilizes imagery from all different eras to create his psychedelically layered collages.  

Andy Busc

Andy Busc is a Los Angeles based illustrator, designer, and art director who has a strong love affair with the color black, to say the least. His illustrations have a subtle darkness, and a twist of humor to them. Andy keeps a sketchbook with him always, especially near his bed, because most of his characters are inspiration from his dreams. 

Sara Andreasson

Sara Andreasson is an illustrator and designer based in Sweden. Sara's subjects are composed by simple shapes and vector lines. Her contemporary graphics are filled with color and she explores techniques such as rasterization and contrasting patterns. 

Steven Brahms

Steven Brahms is a photographer and director based in New York. Steven started his career as a photo editor at Bloomberg News, with a degree in photojournalism he was able to dive right into shooting on his own. Youth culture is a common theme in Steven's images, and his film stories tend to have a hint of humor. 

Todd Cole

Todd Cole is a photographer and director based in Los Angeles. With a focus on fashion, portraiture, and lifestyle, his imagery is whimsical and his subjects are portrayed in a real, honest way. Youth culture is a common theme in Todd's voice, and his photographs and films have been shown all around the world. 

Wayne White

Wayne White is an American artist, art director, painter, illustrator and puppeteer born and raised in Chattanooga. His paintings consist of generally oversized, three-dimensional text that floats on an abstract landscape or another illustration. Wayne is currently living and working in Los Angeles. He has made art for many television shows, but is most commonly known for his designs on "Pee-Wee's Playhouse."

Laurene Boglio

Laurene Boglio is a French graphic designer, illustrator, and gif maker based in London. Along with a subtle sense of humor, Boglio's illustrations are playful yet simple. Each hand-drawn illustration dances around the page in a quirky, lo-fi way.

Antonia Basler

Antonia Basler is a still life photographer based in Portland. She creates such obscure visuals by using color and pattern to enhance the "everyday items" she features in her photographs. Antonia is drawn to the look and feel of poorly constructed objects, especially ones you can find at a local dollar store.