Over the years, we’ve gotten our hands on some great artists and accumulated some interesting Q&A’s. I am a fan of all these dudes, which is why I reached out to them in the first place. These guys are still doing great stuff and you should recognize some of these names by now if you follow the art world. If not, click below to check out the interviews. They are are all worth revisiting.
We’ve written down 100 random questions and assorted topics, all of which are unbeknownst to our victims. We will be asking people to pick 20 random numbers from 1-100 and then supplying them with those questions/topics to answer. Who knows what might come up!?!?!
Up next, we have artist Michael Sieben. Michael’s latest project (he was commissioned to illustrate the Wizard of OZ) is available now, so be sure to check that out.
If you follow Broc Raiford on Instagram, than you know the dude likes to draw. If you’re a fan of tattoo style images, you are doubly in luck. I knew Broc would be a great candidate to whip up a wallpaper for us, so I hit him up to do so.
From Dylan Haigh: On Feb 1, myself and 3 talented artists/printers launched a new company called Industry Standard that specializes in screen printing FOR ARTISTS ONLY. No little league t-shirts, no yard signs. We only make prints and posters for other artists.
I’ve been a fan of Jean Paul Goude for years, but just spent some time over the weekend, digging through his site again… and I thought I’d post a bunch of the images that I saved. Keep reading to check them out and make sure to brush up on your Jean Paul Goude via his site or the documentary (basically just a three part montage of his work) that you can find on youtube, So Far So Goude.
NOWNESS has a great feature on calligrapher Nicolas Ouchenier, who is basically in charge of creating all the had written invitations for Fashion Week, working with all the big brands and creates original alphabets and letterforms for each client. Check out the interview and more on NOWNESS and keep reading to see a few more photos.