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Aleighcia - Freelance Anime Art & Tattoo Design
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3.0
2 Skills
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Hello there, I am a 19 year old student from New Zealand. I am currently studying a Bachelor of design and hope this will lead me to a job in photography or illustration. I would love to start out with small illustration jobs and hope i can find some to do. Please give me a chance and i hope to amaze you with my work. :)
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Andre Roth - Freelance Art & Tattoo Design
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4.0
2 Skills
$20
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I studied fine arts and i work as an artist - medium: charcoal,ink,oils. Other than being creative, i am a qualified field guide and svuba instructor. Please contact me for a full cv.
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Heria - Freelance Tattoo Design & Drawing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Nikki-Leigh - Freelance Graphic Design & Tattoo Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Teera.Kiuori - Freelance Tattoo Design & Drawing
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I am a tattoo design in my island.patterns
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

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Richard Van As - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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I am a freelance artist and animator living in North Hollywood, CA. I specialize in character animation in just about all disciplines and techniques. I also love to do illustration, sculpture, model making and whatever else I can get my hands on that is artistic!
Los Angeles, California, United States
Scott Hodgdon - Freelance Banner Design & Illustration
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I own and operate a Design studio in the St Louis area. I offer creative services to companies that choose to outsource their design and illustration projects. I have a solid advertising background and work closely with my clients to provide high-impact graphic design for print, web, and multimedia. Visit my website and take a look at some samples of my work: http://www.scotthodgdon.com
Belleville, Illinois, United States
Preston Matheaus - Freelance Song Writing & Songwriting
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Im preston matheaus, im from south texas, and an aspiring songwriter. Was wondering if yall is looking for new material. I write a country/ texas music style. I would like to get my lyrics out. If it be possible to give me a chance to see if yall like them. Or if your looking for another songwriter. Or if possible if you know anyone else that needs lyrics. Greatly appreciate your time, preston
poth, Texas, United States
Gonz Jove - Freelance Mural Painting & Real Life Painting
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3.0
2 Skills
$25
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I was born and lived in La Paz, Bolivia until the age of 10 when I emigrated to St Louis, Mo. I drew and painted from an early age, graduated from St Francis De Sales High School in South St Louis then formalizing my studies at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville where I graduated with a BFA in 1978 with extensive coursework in Architecture and Mathematics. Although my degree is in sculpting, my activity in art includes painting drawing and structural designing for over 30 years and today I’m considered one of the foremost muralists in Bolivia. While living in Chicago, I became inspired by a new dawn in Bolivian history: the election of the first indigenous president, Evo Morales Ayma in 2006. In 2007 I submitted one of my most important paintings for a government sponsored Art contest that so impressed the authorities, the Bolivian Department of Justice commissioned me to translate this painting called “Usurpacion del Boliviano” (The Usurpation of the Bolivian) onto a huge mural located in “El Prado,” the main boulevard in La Paz. This extraordinarily political mural, inspired by the works of Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco, was meant to serve as a discursively charged panorama of Bolivian history depicting the moments of both tragedy and resistance that have marked Bolivia’s complicated historical trajectory, yet it also portrays a positive vision of hope and optimism for the future. A foreign correspondent labeled it as “Bolivian history in 5 minutes,” and Professor Mark Goodale used a partial photograph of this mural to grace the front and back of his textbook “Surrendering to Utopia: An Anthropology of Human Rights.” There are various publications on my artwork including a small biography: “After the Academy Memories of Teaching and Learning in the Land of Lincoln” published by SIUE in 2012. After many years of living in the U.S. mostly in St Louis, I decided to return to Bolivia for this project, and stayed for almost six years. After the success of this first mural quite a few commissions came my way ranging from small murals for private patrons to significant political and social murals financed by international embassies public universities and local governmental offices which all can be viewed on my website gonz@gonzjove.com During this exciting time in Bolivian history not only did we complete various murals and sculptures in public and private spaces but I also wanted to share my knowledge and passion with other local artists, some of who today make up our collective “San Pedro Estudios.” A group of artists dedicated to the growth of muralism in LaPaz Bolivia. Today not only can we see murals that were produced by us but other groups such as Apacheta etc. and La Paz has been painted. Today I’m back in St. Louis; I was invited back by SIUE to participate in the inauguration of its new Art and Design West Wing where I showcased my newest work along with photographs of all the murals that were done in the last five years. I was asked to give a few lectures of my works along with a seminar on muralism where we painted a small mural with the aid of the top students of the painting department. Currently we are in conversations with the university to paint a historical mural but we are in the beginning phases. Also I just finished a mural project with The St Louis Art Museum, which was intertwined, with the Grand Opening of the new wing at the end of June. My aim now is to reproduce what was done in La Paz, Bolivia paint the city with murals from historical subject matter to political and social issues. Create a group of artists whose aim is to translate the social relevance that is happening not only here in St Louis but as a country. I will go out and initiate projects look for venues to paint murals and as I transition my stay here in St Louis any monies available will be used to generate opportunities. I am also looking for venues to expose my art I am constantly painting so new works will always be available. The mural to me is an expression of the times in which one lives, it is a language that transcends time and speaks without words. Generates talk of controversial issues, such as social injustice, stories, tales, a social conscience, etc. The history of murals was born in the man's infancy, it is the most primitive form of communication . The murals in the caves of France tell us a story and I'm sure at that time it launched talk of their times. WHAT IS ART TO ME? WHAT IS ART? DOES IT HAVE A SPECIFIC DEFINITION OR IS IT DIFFERENT FOR EVERYBODY? I BELIEVE THAT IS THE BEAUTY OF ART. THERE IS NO SPECIFIC DEFINITION. Art has an infinite amount of meanings - like our universe. To me Art is the elixir of life; it gives me the joy to live. Art is the essence of my existence; my constant companion that I can confide in, it nags and comforts me. It is a perfect mate. In my younger years I believed emotions were the catalyst of my expressions but as I matured I realized that was emotional conclusion, an erroneous assumption. Today as I discover more about us human beings, in particular our beginnings, I see how insignificant we are in the whole scheme of things but yet follow an evolutionary universal law. The grandeur of the universe has left me in awe – questioning our perception of a three dimensional world. Today I have been immersed in other possibilities, like different planes of existence, parallel universes, the relevance of infinite space with the inner space, black holes that exist not only in outer universe but also in our immediate space. The order in the universe is so exact and precise and expressed in such detail that there are definitely rules that are working here and those rules also apply to the art that is being carried out by this body. I believe there are specific rules in creating art no matter how abstract they are expressed. These rules are mathematical in every sense of the word; there is no randomness or emotion. Art is an exact science and to understand it one must acquire knowledge. This knowledge we are required to learn in order to express ourselves as human beings is processed through the brain in a very logical sequence. Therefore it follows an order, an order of events, and a universal law of deduction. Art is no longer an emotional outlet. To me, Art is a science that has specific rules like the rest of the universe.
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Emmy - Freelance Content Writing & Blog Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Experience BOMB Magazine As the Web Editorial and Social Media intern responsibilities included: generating content, pitching ideas, starting new weekly columns, conducting and transcribing interviews, proofreading and html formatting BOMBlog content. Social media duties involved: generating content distinct from the online and print magazine, community building and research for Tumblr, where we saw significant traffic increase over a very short period. Other duties were: taking part in digital archive projects, fact checking, working events and reading submissions for BOMB’s literary supplement First Proof. New York University – Silver School of Social Work As the office and editorial assistant to Professor Philip Coltoff. I assisted in editing and transcribing his latest book, all of which was orally dictated, on entrepreneurial skills in the not-for-profit sector. I also fulfilled basic office duties, such as scheduling appointments, answering emails, phones, filing and making copies. Kiwibox Magazine As an Online Editorial intern, I: wrote, edited, researched and reported website content such as: news and entertainment articles, book and product reviews and instructional tutorials. I provided daily website updates using basic HTML and image editing software. Amongst this I completed administrative duties such as inventory, handling prize fulfillments, weighing and metering outgoing mail and running errands. Education New York University Bachelor of Arts GPA: 4.0; Dean’s List • NYU Washington Square News, Opinion Writer – focuses on popular culture in relation to American values and shifts in the cultural zeitgeist. • Gallatin Rag, Writer – the student publication features fiction, poetry creative non-fiction and profiles all contributed by Gallatin students. Skills • Proficient in: HTML, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Wordpress, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook,
New York, New York, United States