Tag Archives: ART

DUTCH PARTY/ KEN FRANKLIN

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your music, what would it be and why? KF: It’s a bit of pop really in the sense that the songs are very based around melodies, with a lot of the musical fat trimmed off, and sonically it’s quite easy to digest. Within that […]

MICHELE YONG

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? MY: I don’t have a very technical approach to what I do so it may come across as a little haphazard, which seems quite common for self taught artists. I think my style tends to be […]

DARIA GOLAB

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? DG: My style constantly changes and fluctuates between realistic and illustrative. I recently push more towards illustrative, stylized style with bold color schemes and emphasis on line work. The main subject is almost always a human […]

RUSSIAN BATHS

CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from? LK: I think it changes depending on circumstances, mood, and what we happen to be listening to. EGS: The burden of endless debt. LK: Oh, yeah, definitely that. CH.89: What made you all want to start a band and how did you come up with the band […]

PAIGE WARD

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? PW: I typically use singular domestic or architectural handmade objects and forms paired or arranged together in groupings to create visual metaphors and poetry. The objects that I create are usually minimal in nature with evidence […]

IVAN CASTRO

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? IC: I do calligraphy and lettering. I always work by hand, which gives my work a natural warmth and human feeling. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from? IC: My main inspiration sources are on […]

ELLA FRANCES SANDERS 

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? EFS: I’d probably describe my illustrations as gentle, slightly old-fashioned, an overlap of the existential and the lighthearted. Because I do very little digital work, things will be full of minute imperfections—it seems to we do […]