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: Alex Senna

Starting from his beginnings in Sao Paulo, Alex’s monochrome vision has spread poetic scenes of everyday life on the streets of the world. His peaceful loving characters manage to arouse empathy and complicity, as if they were friends who have always been present in our neighborhood. We reached him for a chat, just returned from

Artist Interview: Spidertag

Spidertag works since 2008 reinterpreting geometry, abstraction and minimalism -recently symbolism- in the streets and rural spaces globally. After a few years creating outdoor paths using wool threads only, at the end of 2015 he discovered flexible neon cables that can be used with batteries, allowing  him to start creating permanent and interactive large scale

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

Artist Interview: Joe Iurato & Red Bull’s Flying Bach Jan. 6-8 Washington DC

Classic meets Breakdance?  The show Red Bull Flying Bach visualizes & revives J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier with piano, harpsichord & electronic beats.  Now imagine this with the four-time breakdance world champions Flying Steps doing their thing on stage surrounded by life size stenciled cut-outs designed by New Jersey based street artist Joe Iurato.  In a

Artist Interview: Martin Whatson

Norwegian Martin Whatson has a continuous urge to search for beauty in what is commonly dismissed as ugly, out of style or simply left behind. He looks for inspirations in people, city landscapes, old buildings, graffiti, posters and decaying walls. His interest for decay has developed his style, creating either unity or conflict between materials,