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.
Texas-based writer Trace Miller explores how Dallas street artists are speaking truth, sparking dialogue, bringing healing, and advancing the revolution.
Ana interviews NYC street artist FireFlower to learn more about the creative inspiration behind her boldly-colored artworks.
Sadaf speaks with Edward, aka Staff 161, founder of the Ebony Dukes graffiti crew on his role in graffiti history.
City K sits down with various Chicago graffiti writers to discuss ongoing controversies between muralists and local crews.
Sabrina interviews Bats Wear Black on his new drawing style and his passion for raising awareness surrounding veganism.
Naomi interviews CHOB-ONE, a graffiti writer and graphic designer based in Japan.