A deep dive into the history of one of the Lower East Side’s most iconic, legendary, and infamous wall spaces, featuring an exclusive interview with its curator, Jessica Goldman. This article will appear in our upcoming Issue 5: Icons.
Brooklyn-based artist Angelina Taylor takes us through the stories behind her professional background and her unique art style full of pastel colors that are at turns both whimsical and thought-provoking.
Join us on Saturday 7/31 at One Art Space to celebrate the release of our fourth issue. The release party is an opportunity to toast to street art, pick our contributors’ brains about their writing, and celebrate.
Artist ELO describes his past years and struggles in becoming a full-time artist. From Brazil to New Orleans to New York City, there has been a lot of inspiration and opportunity to Encourage Life Originality.
During one of the most intense summers of NYC, artists emerged at the forefront of the BLM Movement, among them Calicho Arevalo. Read on to find out more about Calicho’s beginnings as an artist and how he felt to be part of something bigger.