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  • “You Can Too” – TRZA – Graffiti Counter Culture in Colorado Springs

    Trent Langill, aka TRZA, an artist residing in Colorado Springs, is a man with a plethora of talent when it comes to stencil design. His goal is to show youth with limited options and equipment that you can indeed get up and paint, you can do it too.

  • A Q&A with HOXXOH

    Miami-based HOXXOH, a street art veteran, known for his iconic style marked by sweeping, geometric shapes recently released a jigsaw puzzle sponsored by ARTXPUZZLES, as part of a worldwide initiative supporting artists during the pandemic. In our Q&A, HOXXOH shared some reflections on his art and career.

  • FemArchy: Femininity, Divinity, and Authenticity

    FemArchy is a collective of women and femme-identifying artists who believe femininity is a state of mind, feeling, and action. The collective recently had a showcase titled Deck The Halls and is currently hosting an art auction to raise money for TranSanta, an organization that helps trans and intersex youth during the holiday season. The bidding for the artwork ends today.

  • Yehimi Cambrón & The Joy Of Resilience: Monuments, Migration and Monarch Butterflies

    Yehimi Cambrón is an artist, activist, and public speaker from Michoacán, Mexico who immigrated to Atlanta. She is undocumented and uses her art to showcase the humanity of immigration as well as the intersectionality within it.

  • Arthur Kwon Lee: Million Masks of God

    Fine artist Arthur Kwon Lee speaks with UP about the nuances of symbology & finding balance with a competitive spirit. Lee’s show Million Masks of God is on display at Trotter&Sholer Gallery until December 6th, 2020.

  • The Aftermath of Unrest: Natalie Nascenzi

    A copywriter, poet, sunrise enthusiast, and flower connoisseur, Nascenzi’s second collection utilizes storytelling and reflection to take readers on a journey through “passing time, the battle of the mind, the lessons of life, and finding balance in the chaos of reality.”

  • Bushwick Art Club: Lucky Rabbit

    The third and final in the Bushwick Art Club Series 1 — a collaborative project between UP Magazine & the Bushwick Daily. Signed prints available for sale.

  • Bushwick Art Club: Marzipan Physics

    The second in the Bushwick Art Club Series 1 – a collaborative project between UP Magazine & the Bushwick Daily. Signed prints available for sale.

  • Bushwick Art Club: Isabelle Ewing

    The first in the Bushwick Art Club Series 1 – a collaborative project between UP Magazine & the Bushwick Daily. Signed prints available for sale.

  • What’s Your Sign? – Five Years of Underhill Walls

    Emma provides a short recap of last weekend’s live painting event at Underhill Walls for the five-year anniversary of the project. To learn more about Curator Jeff Beler and the history of Underhill, be sure to check out the feature in our latest issue – #3: Community & Culture.