The first in the Bushwick Art Club Series – a collaborative project between UP Magazine & the Bushwick Daily. Signed prints available for sale.
Emma investigates this year’s Fall For Arts Festival on Roosevelt Island, aimed at promoting social justice.
London-based writer Candelaria Barandiaran talks to a group of emerging female artists from her homeland of Argentina, in an attempt to reconnect with her roots and Buenos Aires’ wonderful culture.
Dania interviews Stefano Bloch, aka CISCO, about his unflinching memoir Going All City: Struggle & Survival in LA’s Graffiti Subculture
Whitney interviews principal co-founder Josh Kaiser of 74Wythe—a new Brooklyn hospitality venue—on the creative project #74WytheFamiliarFaces and its social justice applications.
An overview of the history to New York City’s iconic subway era of graffiti.
Down in Deep Ellum, all the street’s a stage; all the walls, a canvas. A historically Black community-turned-haven of hardcore punk-turned-hub of bourgeois peccadillo, it’s always been the locus of the local art scene.
In a transatlantic chat with Vittoria, scientist-turned-artist LAPIZ talks about the impact of his travels, his experiences, and the pandemic on his work.
Vandal, artist, Singaporean, Sticker Lady – Sam Lo knows all about labels and has had their fair share foisted on them over the years.
Tyler Bruett’s account on his hometown protests, as the city became ground zero for an international civil rights movement.