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Before they bonded over jangly guitars and foot-tapping pop tunes, the guys from High Hazels were primary school pals running amok in Sheffield, UK.
There's a kind of fuzzy glow around Da Eun Kim's photos that make us feel all warm and cosy inside.
Sydney artist Georgia Perry likes colour. Lots and lots of colour.
Hilary's been a frankie photographer for quite a while now, and with absolutely no bias we can say she's bloody ace.
Anais Kugel (aka Julie Cerise) was only 16 when photography stole her heart, and now she's stolen ours.
Ray Young Chu knows what makes a great piece of art: kittens, lasers and sugary breakfast cereals.
Danny Lane's photography is pretty lo-fi, but that's exactly what makes it so intriguing to flick through.
No one could accuse Kate Ballis of being a one-hit wonder.
What kind of artwork does an Iceland-dwelling creative make? If Carmel Seymour is anything to go by, it's magical watercolours and sweet botanical sketches that look like they've come straight from a mystical dreamland.
On paper he's Cory Schmitz, graphic designer and illustrator based in Boston, Massachusetts, but when he's not working for his supper, Cory likes to take photos.
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