Inspiration Is a Gift from the Universe: Fin DAC on Street Art and Powerful Women.

Inspiration Is a Gift from the Universe: Fin DAC on Street Art and Powerful Women.

Despite beginning his artistic career a bit later than most, artist Fin DAC has blossomed into a highly skilled craftsman that has consistently turned heads in the urban art scene. 

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Lionel Smit: Emotion, Humanity, and the Painter That Brings Them Together.

Lionel Smit: Emotion, Humanity, and the Painter That Brings Them Together.

In many of Lionel's pieces, there is a strong emphasis on how emotion and physiognomy can depict the complex range of internal dialogues and dispositions that we engage in and cycle through during our lifetimes.

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The Last Train Out of Here: Guy Denning Discusses Anarchy, Political Art, and the Current Ideological Climate.

The Last Train Out of Here: Guy Denning Discusses Anarchy, Political Art, and the Current Ideological Climate.

After getting involved with the Punk and Anarchist movements of the 80’s, artist Guy Denning found himself absorbing the tenets of ideological dissent and acquired the ability to distinguish poignant political art from propaganda.

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Jon Moody: Athletic and Creative Synergy for Artistic Excellence.

Jon Moody: Athletic and Creative Synergy for Artistic Excellence.

Artistic synergy is the product of consistent commitment and unwavering discipline in spite of adversity. No one exemplifies this more than artist Jon Moody who has made it his mission to utilize his creative and physical potential for the benefit of inquiring minds. He uses his abilities to craft powerful paintings that explore ubiquitous human emotions and shed light on the misrepresented and underserved. 

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Interview With Fumage Artist, Steven Spazuk.

Interview With Fumage Artist, Steven Spazuk.

Steven has been dubbed "The Fire Artist" (even collaborating with the iconic Zippo lighter brand) as a result of his proficiency in this style of composition. Many see the almost ethereal nature of his gorgeous works as far more than just some simple novelty. Some of history's greatest surrealists like Salvador Dali (one of Steven's inspirations) have dabbled in fumage and the results are momentous representations of the legitimacy of the technique.

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Interview With the Artist Couple, Nabiha & Thom.

Interview With the Artist Couple, Nabiha & Thom.

The "UNITY" series documents the couples evolution (beginning in 1997, up until now) in a selfie format (which was fairly uncommon in the 90s). This set acts a wonderful opportunity to view the growth the two have had together in an honest, and natural context. There is something peaceful (and assuring) about seeing romantic longevity being depicted in such a way. It's comforting to see that two people can still learn, grow, and achieve a kind of spiritual unity.

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Interview With Graphic Designer, Freddy Bernard (@ink_mad).

Interview With Graphic Designer, Freddy Bernard (@ink_mad).

Graphic Designer Freddy Bernard (hailing from the French West Indies and currently residing in France) has made an impression on social media sites like Tumblr and Instagram with his humanizations of characters from Disney's classic film, "The Lion King". With an impressive and believable depiction of these beloved characters, Freddy showcases his outstanding talent and love for the timeless source material he was compelled to reimagine.

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Interview With Visual Artist, Melissa Williams of Misprint.

Interview With Visual Artist, Melissa Williams of Misprint.

Melissa Williams is a freelance artist (operating out of Melbourne, Australia) that has used her impressive eye for color to create epic art for musicians, retailers (which has given her an insider look at the entrepreneurial side of the business), and everyday consumers.

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Interview With Painter, Danny O'Connor.

Interview With Painter, Danny O'Connor.

By utilizing elemental juxtaposition, Danny is able to create complex and hefty pieces that touch on themes like life, death, and growth with a unique kind of vibrancy. When his work isn’t touching on deeper existential concepts and motifs, they’re paying homage to the beauty of femininity and nature. There is a captivating structure to Danny’s pieces that give them an unmistakable verve and aesthetic, so much so, that he has been commissioned by several individuals and establishments to paint murals, portraits, and other pieces.

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Interview With Painter, Michael D'Antuono.

Interview With Painter, Michael D'Antuono.

Michael’s work, while poignant, emotional, and hauntingly beautiful, manages to critique our current governmental policy and climate with razor sharp depictions of the injustices that they have caused. His pieces don’t just aim to point out some of the issues we’re facing in contemporary America, they seek to foster important dialogue about the choices we continue to make as a “sovereign” collective and if those choices can ever truly lead to better future for those who reside within it. 

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Interview With Visual Artist, Adam Lupton.

Interview With Visual Artist, Adam Lupton.

Vancouver’s Adam Lupton is currently releasing some of the most magnificent material I have seen in some time. Many of the themes in his pieces relate to the human condition and our innate tendency to overanalyze, brood, or falter when confronted with choice. 

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