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.
Ana interviews Jason Saboury, curator of Santee Public Gallery.
Caitlin interviews Andreas Verrios, better known as Mr. NYC Subway to discuss his journey into the creative world. She also details the history of the New York City Subway.
Gabriel Carpes discusses notable pichadores – Brazilian street artists and muralists – from both an artist and a business standpoint.
A look at Chicago’s graffiti culture through the lens of two local walls – Project Logan & CMK Walls.
Cande details the history of the Leake Street Arches in London, better known as ‘The Banksy Tunnel.’
Mr. Candid tracks down the Greenpoint Skull, and the artist behind it, Suitswon, to discuss the legacy of the iconic piece.
Erika discusses the dynamics of freight train graffiti and her own Texas-based zine, Parallel Rails.
Savannah details a brief history of street art on the Berlin Wall to commemorate the 30th anniversary of its fall.
Corrections to Issue #2 – Travel & Place