Isabelle Dalle is a Paris-based digital artist who showcases an astonishing series of beautiful anatomical portraits. The imagery is inspired by archaic medical journals, and how they can be translated into pieces of art. Using areas of the body to infuse her digital creativity, shes creates something that goes beyond surrealism. She uses a diverse range of colors, prints, and texts to redefine the human form. 

Isabelle Dalle is a Paris-based digital artist who showcases an astonishing series of beautiful anatomical portraits. The imagery is inspired by archaic medical journals, and how they can be translated into pieces of art. Using areas of the body to infuse her digital creativity, shes creates something that goes beyond surrealism. She uses a diverse range of colors, prints, and texts to redefine the human form. 


Angeliki Tsotsoni "I draw things, the more I do it the more I like everything around me. I do things that adults can understand (well not always) and children can feel. Big shapes and big eyes."

Angeliki Tsotsoni "I draw things, the more I do it the more I like everything around me. I do things that adults can understand (well not always) and children can feel. Big shapes and big eyes."


Rahul is a journalist who documents everyday lives of small-towns and villages in India. He searches for the surreal in mundane, and ordinary in extraordinary. His interests include science, philosophy, history and internet.

Rahul is a journalist who documents everyday lives of small-towns and villages in India. He searches for the surreal in mundane, and ordinary in extraordinary. His interests include science, philosophy, history and internet.


Mattia Campo Dall'Orto a freelance artist based in Italy. His works include painting, urban art, installations, calligraphy, printing and artist’s books.Main topics are memory, identity conflict and eros. Figures in his works, often hybrids, appear to us as a split, divided, incomplete and fragmented, which echoes the interleaving of contemporary mythology. Here's one of his series "Perfect Strangers". The series “Perfect Strangers” creates an artistic passage from humanity of the beginning of the 20th century, on the brink of global tragedy, to modern society, to the summit of our own “Belle Époque.” Dozens of old photographs from Austria, Croatia, Greece, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Russia, Turkey and the USA lie at the foundations of this artistic study.

Mattia Campo Dall'Orto a freelance artist based in Italy. His works include painting, urban art, installations, calligraphy, printing and artist’s books.Main topics are memory, identity conflict and eros. Figures in his works, often hybrids, appear to us as a split, divided, incomplete and fragmented, which echoes the interleaving of contemporary mythology. Here's one of his series "Perfect Strangers". The series “Perfect Strangers” creates an artistic passage from humanity of the beginning of the 20th century, on the brink of global tragedy, to modern society, to the summit of our own “Belle Époque.” Dozens of old photographs from Austria, Croatia, Greece, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Russia, Turkey and the USA lie at the foundations of this artistic study.


Akis Karanos. A pragmatist Lecturer, Occult anti-Designer, Parasocial Activist, Visual (w words w sounds but mainly Given Truths) Artist. 

Akis Karanos. A pragmatist Lecturer, Occult anti-Designer, Parasocial Activist, Visual (w words w sounds but mainly Given Truths) Artist. 


Mathilde Nederlund 'I am a 26 years old artist from Denmark. I have the feeling that I never stopped drawing and painting as a child rather than started early. I’ve always used art to express emotions that I did not know that I had before they were there on the paper or canvas. I also use art to deal with emotions that are too much to keep inside my head. When I was younger I drew more directly what happened but as I grew older it became more and more my emotional response to the situation rather than the situation itself. My expression is very naive and reflects the fact that one of the biggest themes of my life so far has been growing up or not. At the same time the happy and playful colours allow me to express some painful and difficult emotions on canvas without scaring people away.'

Mathilde Nederlund 'I am a 26 years old artist from Denmark. I have the feeling that I never stopped drawing and painting as a child rather than started early. I’ve always used art to express emotions that I did not know that I had before they were there on the paper or canvas. I also use art to deal with emotions that are too much to keep inside my head. When I was younger I drew more directly what happened but as I grew older it became more and more my emotional response to the situation rather than the situation itself. My expression is very naive and reflects the fact that one of the biggest themes of my life so far has been growing up or not. At the same time the happy and playful colours allow me to express some painful and difficult emotions on canvas without scaring people away.'


 Henrik Schütze Delivered with love from Christiania, København. Paints from and in the open room. Artify your life.

 Henrik Schütze Delivered with love from Christiania, København. Paints from and in the open room. Artify your life.


Ludovico Ariosto is interested in understanding sexual self-representation and re-interpreting this type of personal self disclosure within the public space of the Internet. Because let's face it: People who think that privacy and anonymity can be attained online are plainly delusional. While some may consider the art as erotica, he totally rejects this categorization as he simply sees his drawings as portraits. He understands that portraiture is one of the oldest traditions in art and that is why he enjoys the interplay that occurs when he materializes the electronic world of bits by the means of putting atoms of ink to atoms of paper. He has decided to dispense with power operations such as copy-paste, clone and undo in favor of spontaneity and mistakes. Probably more mistakes than spontaneity. He deals with it.

Ludovico Ariosto is interested in understanding sexual self-representation and re-interpreting this type of personal self disclosure within the public space of the Internet. Because let's face it: People who think that privacy and anonymity can be attained online are plainly delusional. While some may consider the art as erotica, he totally rejects this categorization as he simply sees his drawings as portraits. He understands that portraiture is one of the oldest traditions in art and that is why he enjoys the interplay that occurs when he materializes the electronic world of bits by the means of putting atoms of ink to atoms of paper. He has decided to dispense with power operations such as copy-paste, clone and undo in favor of spontaneity and mistakes. Probably more mistakes than spontaneity. He deals with it.


Iris Anna Zervou Explorer - Graphic Designer - Artist

Iris Anna Zervou Explorer - Graphic Designer - Artist


Dimitris Ntokos Born 1984. Lives and works in Athens

Dimitris Ntokos Born 1984. Lives and works in Athens


Serban Savu paints "the New Man"- the long-awaited product pf the communist society, created in the ideological lab - caught in the melancholy of his daily condition of anonymity in the transition to capitalism. The distance between ideal and real loads the image with tension; Serban Savu paints the image of the world after the failure of a historical project.

Serban Savu paints "the New Man"- the long-awaited product pf the communist society, created in the ideological lab - caught in the melancholy of his daily condition of anonymity in the transition to capitalism.
The distance between ideal and real loads the image with tension; Serban Savu paints the image of the world after the failure of a historical project.


Alkis Tsorlinis wanders around in Thessaloniki and captures moments in potential symmetry or asymmetry.

Alkis Tsorlinis wanders around in Thessaloniki and captures moments in potential symmetry or asymmetry.


Joanna Sotiriou is driven by the times, indulging in the parts that fog things up for you. Girls, dots, holograms and everything in between.

Joanna Sotiriou is driven by the times, indulging in the parts that fog things up for you. Girls, dots, holograms and everything in between.


K. Minas

K. Minas