It’s Great To Create: Jon Burgerman’s Doodle Dynasty
Christina fangirls over Jon Burgerman, purveyor of doodles and other mixed-media work.
Against All Odds: Tanner Goldbeck
Los Angeles Flicks interviews L.A.-based artist Tanner Goldbeck to learn more about his “street people” and other mixed-media work.
Beyond One Love: Marco Santini – 2019 Get UP Awards
Caitlin sits down with Marco Santini and discusses how 2019 was a pivotal moment in his art career, the many projects he’s taken on this year, and the challenges he looks forward to in 2020.
Of Women, By Women
Vittoria interviews curator Wendy Horwitz to discuss her upcoming group show “Of Women, By Women,” set to open December 12th at The Storefront Project,
Spiritual Communication: The Message of JoDo the Bee
JoDo the bee is a communicator – of the power of repetition. Every time the artist goes out and paints, it’s like a performance, a ritual intention that manifests into wings and eyes. Graffiti artists are the ones who wonder and wander by night, scrawling their symbols on the city walls. And among the many, JoDo the bee stands out as one of the most iconic tags in New York.
An Artist Survival Guide
Vittoria interviews Dirt Cobain, ButterflyMush, L. Marie Cook, and Leaf8k to discuss their side hustles and street art profitability.
The Top 10 Most Expensive Pieces of Art Sold By Living Street Artists
Christina describes some of the most expensive street art pieces ever sold.
Dead End: RX Skulls on 10 Years in the Street Art Community
Moira interviews Portland-based artist RX Skulls in anticipation for his upcoming solo show.
Renda… Brighter [An Illumination of the Renda Writer Story]
Vittoria meets up with Renda Writer to discover more about the artist’s literal and figurative journey.
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.”