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, Soosh.

Interview With Visual Artist, Soosh.

Russian artist Soosh (currently living in Ukraine) has garnered serious praise in recent months after releasing a series of watercolor paintings detailing the importance of fatherhood for young women. Soosh, like so many others, grew up without her father, an unfortunate and sweeping trend here in the United States as well. The absence and longing for a patriarchal figure in her life lead to the creation of this series as a way to help herself and others who may have experienced the same thing. 

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Interview With Visual Artist, Manú Menéndez.

Interview With Visual Artist, Manú Menéndez.

Manú Menéndez is an incredible artist operating out of Mexico and creating marvelous, psychedelic imagery. Propelled by his intense connection to the universal impetus (or the Divine Source), Manú has been producing wonderful pieces that seem to be ripped directly from the primordial dreamscape. Viewing himself as a child of life, he uses experience and passion to craft these impeccable works.

Understanding that love is the ultimate unifier of human consciousness, Manú is sure to approach every idea with as much reverie and dedication as the one proceeding it in his own personal quest to raise the spiritual frequency of the planet.

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