It’s been said that in slumber our brains solve the puzzles that plague our waking lives. For artist Tatiana Velázquez - or TeeVee Art, as she commonly creates by - that breadth of perplexity is immense.
Harley Jones is an illustrator and street artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Part of the original wave of graffiti in his hometown of Dunedin, New Zealand, some nine or ten years ago, Jones translates his bold, vibrant style between wall and print, pumping fresh illustrations into the world through all available channels.
We’re excited to announce the release of our second issue of our quarterly print magazine, Amadeus. We’re excited to share the things we see while we hang around our friends’ studios, interviewing, writing, and producing our own publication; one that shares not only our thoughts and ideas, but those of the wildly talented artists, musicians and creators that grace our magazine’s pages.
Dana Woulfe grew up in rural Rhode Island - a graffiti-art desert, if you will - where tags were few and taggers even fewer. After moving to Boston in ’97 to attend Mass Art the graft-inspired artist found his craft and his niche, expanding on the art rather than complying with it.
Via Melbourne, Australia via the Soviet Union, DIY savant Stanislava Pinchuk – or Miso, as she artistically authorizes – creates and shares beautiful hand-mades. She creates without dimensional limitations, sketching, designing, tattooing and publishing.
You may know Mr. Dela Deso's work because of its pop nature, bright coloring and uniquely grimy characters, including portraits of Basquiat whose face looks like it's about to melt off onto his clothing, and half-naked chicks with slimy and delicious looking pizza slices for pasties.