Artist Interview: Elian Chali

Elian’s close dialogue with our cities is unparalleled, his basic geometry and abstraction has become a trading mark on the walls around the world. Started with explorations of perspective and anamorphosis in his Argentinian hometown, Cordoba, Elian has now evolved from 3D graffiti to flat color murals. His explosive color compositions are inspired by minimalism

Artist Interview: Kaff-eine

Kaff-eine has gained a strong following in Australia for her illustrative freehand style, delicate linework, and quiet melancholic characters placed on the streets of her hometown, Melbourne. Outside her country she has painted public and private works in Germany, France, USA and the Philippines; including successful solo and group shows. We reached her for a

Artist Interview: D*Face

However vast and boundless the movement has become, it is not possible to talk about street art without mentioning D * Face. His unmistakable style has colonized the streets of the world, maintaining that genuine approach he started to paste up simple stickers on British street lamps 20 years ago. We caught up with Dean

Artist Interview: Millo

World-known for his large scale black and white murals, Millo’s art is immediately recognizable by simple monochromatic lines figuring child-like subjects, interacting with the surroundings. We reached him for a coffee break during his intense painting activity, talking about his fine technique and future plans, starting from the night before his first mural… Hey Millo,

Artist Interview: Sea Creative

Starting from 2000, Sea released his flat colorful characters on the streets of Europe and in fascinating abandoned sites across Italy. His linear full-detailed style goes beyond real imagery, stretching to graphic design and experimentation. Those “big eyes” figures rise from a flat background where the words stop being meaningful in order to become decorative

Artist Interview: WRDSMTH

Aspiring to inspire others, WRDSMTH has pasted colorful and well-chosen words on the walls of Los Angeles since 2013. Born and raised in the Midwest, he relocated to LA and started doing time in Hollywood, chasing the dream like countless others. But what makes the difference is definitely the poetic approach he spreads with his

Interview: Plastic Jesus

Over the past four years Plastic Jesus has been using Los Angeles as his playground to showcase his witty brand of street art.  Originally  a photojournalist from the UK, Plastic Jesus moved to Los Angeles and taught himself how to cut stencils.  Known for his in your face stencils and large sculptures Plastic Jesus has

Interview: Penny

British stencil artist Penny is known for his super tiny and intricate works on anything from currency  to items as small as a postage stamp.  Penny is constantly pushing himself to create stencil works that are not only beautiful, but convey a message.  Currently showing his work with Plastic Jesus at Krause Gallery in New York