This film by French artist Invader has previously only been shown at festivals and special screenings. Now it’s available online for all. The film follows the artist on his mission to get his artwork into space.
‘Tis the season for buying nice gifts for loved ones, so you might be glad to know my talented buddy Benjie Escobar is holding a Holiday Pop-Up Shop in his office/studio space here in East LA this Saturday. 11AM – 7PM. 105 S. Rowan Ave, STE 101A (on the second floor).
A few days back, I posted a video of a talk given by the accomplished artist Askew One, which, among many things, touches upon the differences between “Street Art,” and “Post Graffiti” in his opinion. So I’m thrilled to follow up on that today with a new interview with the talented NY-based New Zealander artist. Considering I’ve been working to help facilitate large scale public murals for the last few years, I’m extremely interested in his thoughts on the complexities of the scene, whether or not it’s called “Street Art, where graffiti fits in, and so on. I hope you enjoy reading Askew’s thoughts on this space as much as I did! [Read More]
I’m happy to present the latest T-Files interview with accomplished Angeleno artist Francisco Reyes Jr., a/k/a Never Made. Francisco is an accomplished artist/illustrator, and he also works at Studio Number One, alongside talent like Shepard Fairey and, formerly, Cleon Peterson. With Never Made, Francisco presents his creative vision across a wide range of items, including lapel pins, T-Shirts, sculptures, and limited edition screen prints. He has also worked with brands like REBEL8, Hurley, Primitive Skateboards, Epitaph, Hellcat Records and Urban Outfitters. Big thanks to our mutual friend Eddie Zammit, Melbourne’s own tee game Godfather, for connecting us earlier in the year. I’ve really enjoyed following Francisco’s art and design work, and was eager to learn more. [Read More]
Good morning. SF-based artist Aaron De La Cruz (interviewed) just released a new Numeric Print series, illustrating numbers 0 to 9, which was originally released during ComplexCon a couple weeks back. The signed and numbered 12 x 12″ giclee prints are on 310gsm museum smooth cotton rag paper ship flat with a record sleeve cover. Available now in his online shop.