Interview & Preview – RAE Solo Show “THESE DAZE” Opening 11/14/19 LES, NYC

aeSo, why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are. So, my name is RAE and I guess there’s also BK at the end of it sometimes when I’m doing street work, and I’m an artist from Brooklyn, New York. How long have you been in the street art world? I’d say 10 years plus.

Interview & Preview – Swoon “Cicada” Opening 11/14/19 at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, NYC

So why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are? So, my name is Caledonia Corry. I also go by the artist moniker Swoon. And I’m here at 76 grand Street, setting up a different kind of show for me.  And why is it different? It’s different because I have started to teach myself stop

Interview – Charlie Ahearn

Charlie, why don’t you give everyone a quick background of who you are and where you’re from etcetera and then we’ll get into the details about your event this Saturday. My name is Charlie Ahearn and I’m well known as the Director of the movie Wild Style, which introduced hip-hop to all the territories around

Interview – lifeafterdeath (Dave Navarro)

So for those who don’t know, tell everyone who you are… Oh, my name is Dave Navarro. I’m the current guitar player for Jane’s Addiction. And what else do I do? I think you’re a tattoo fan or artist or something as well, right (sarcastic tone)?  No, no, no. I host a tattoo show. And

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

Coverage: Richard Hambleton “Street Realism”, Soho, NYC

Before there was Banksy, or Blek La Rat, or Dan Witz, or Ron English there was Richard Hambleton the god father of street art.  Hambleton who is best known for his “Shadowman” images that were painted all over New York City in the 1980’s is back with a career spanning exhibition.  Although Hambleton ran in

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

Mando Marie New Mural “The Ghosts All Around Us” & Solo Show “Can It Be?” @ The Marcy Project, NYC

Opening this Saturday April 15, 2017 curators DK Johnston, Bill Mack, and co-curator Hyland Mather will be presenting the opening celebration for street artist Mando Marie’s solo exhibition “Can it Be?” at The Marcy Project located in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC.  The show will feature  mixed media pieces on both paper and canvas along with a new