Ron English Interview & Studio Visit

The phrase “living legend” is used pretty liberally these days in the art world.  But there is no debate as to the legendary status of the one and only Ron English.  Ron’s work has already reached the level of iconic over a decade ago, and has been a major influence on every single street artist

Artist Interview: Jana&Js

Jana&Js are an Austro-German duo, their work can be found on the streets as well as in the finest galleries around the world. Inspired by the city and its architecture they spray urban landscapes, details of architecture and portraits of photographed people with a play of reflections and transparencies. We reached them for a coffee

Artist Interview: Fintan Magee

We all know him for his wide murals painted around the world. Small houses on giant’s back, class struggle and pretty superhero kids staring at the blue sky. We reached Fintan for a chat about his art, his early days and his upcoming projects. Take your time and enjoy this exclusive conversation.Hello Fintan, first of

Artist Interview: Vermibus

Photo by Peter Grünheim We reached Vermibus for a chat about his art and his unique technique.Vermibus’ art begins and ends in the street, which plays an essential role. By using the advertising space, Vermibus is removing the masks that we wear and is criticizing advertisement which takes away a person’s identity to replace it by the

Artist Interview: Zio Ziegler

Ziegler has reached an established audience during the last year, his artworks has been featured in solo and group exhibitions around the world. We reached him for a coffee break during one of his exhausting working days, talking about organic evolution, greek mythology, art’s sake and “spazzatura”. (trash) – Hello Zio, first of all, what are you

Artist Interview: Faith47

Following an art career spanning more than fifteen years, Faith47’s murals can now be found in major cities around the world. Using a wide range of media, and balancing her production between outdoor and indoor artworks, her work is both an internal and spiritual release that speaks to the complexities of the human condition, its

Artist Interview: Sten Lex

Sten Lex is a duo of artists from Rome and Taranto in Italy. Both born in 1982, they work together since 2000. Considered as the pioneers of urban stencil in Italy, their work is mostly the product of individual pathways. Mixture of stencil and op art, Sten Lex’s monumental works are made ​​from thousands of

Artist Interview: Ludo

Exploring the realms of technology and nature, Ludo carefully constructs war-like mechanical creatures and anatomical depictions with bold technical precision. The artist’s meticulous ultra-modern canvases illustrate themes of dissolute time and resolute chaos, striving to represent an accelerated pace of life in which human contact is increasingly cut off by advanced technology. Frail and ephemeral