Corrupted by Bleh The Punk Buddha
City Kurupt tracks down Chicago artist Bleh The Buddha to discuss the origin of his character.
Kai Aspires to Keep it Real
Kai began his career as a kid trying to save his father from the perils of smoking. From there, it’s all been going up, from the sale of stickers and pins to a prolific career as a street artist. After studying art at prestigious institutions, he began working in the studio as well. Kai details his experiences alongside his meteoric rise to fame.
Life’s A Glitch: Dylon Thomas Burns and The Power of Human Connection
Christina interviews Dylon Thomas Burns to learn more about his persona “The Lonely Stranger.”
Norbert 3000: In A Galaxy Of His Own
Madelyn interviews Henning Martin Feil to learn more about the motivation behind his character Norbert 3000.
Jorge Gerada: Culture Jamming, Artivism, & Narrative Art
T.K. sits down with Jorge Gerada to discuss his start in the street art world and the themes he incorporates into his work today.
Conversations with a Chat Girl: Orange Li
Orange Li’s solo show ‘Diary Of A Chat Girl’ sold out within hours of opening. The artist’s success came after a tenuous journey, fraught with people pleasing and self-discovery. Here, she sits down with Vittoria Benzine to discuss what she learned as one of Live Me’s most successful upstart hosts.
Sara Erenthal: Backstory
Sara Erenthal sits down with Kurt McVey to talk about the narrative of her life, and how it shaped the work in her new solo show ‘Backstory.’ Featuring upcycled paintings graced with Sara’s iconic self-portraits, she explains why she rejects the street artist label, the trials and tribulations of finding herself, and how she came to embrace her identity as an artist.
Nate Dee: Miami, Mexico, and Masks
Last Art Basel, T.K. Mills met up with Nate Dee to talk about the evolution of his artistic career, his mask series, and how Miami has transformed in recent years.