EAST3: In my opinion you are a innovator of a style that many have been influenced by. Describe your approach and creative process. CHOR BOOGIE: Well fair and foremost I just paint.. its more improv than anything.. i approach it like a shaolin master would approach his teachings with balance
East3: ALOHA Justin Bua! Mahalo Nui for taking the time to do this interview! I am a big fan and I’m hyped to do this! East3: Can you share your art history (when you started and how you evolved) and background (art school or self taught)? At what age did
One East Bay Community In Oakland, California is taking action against taggers who deface public property. Some of the best Aerosol Artist in the World are replacing those tags with some beautiful images. On 15th St. between Webster/Franklin in Downtown Oakland was the target of spray can taggers. Art gallery
BARRY MCGEE Barry McGee (born 1966 in San Francisco) is a painter and graffiti artist. He is also known as Ray Fong, Lydia Fong, Bernon Vernon, P.Kin, Ray Virgil, Twist and further variations of Twist, such as Twister, Twisty, Twisto and others. I grew up seeing Twist’s iconic characters (i.e.
Q: At what age did you start getting into art? A: I was always into drawing but I started getting seriously interested in art when I was eight years old. After my parents recognized that I had potential, they bought me water color paint sets. I then started painting island
Last night was the Artists’ Opening of Art In The Streets at MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Los Angeles. This is the first major exhibit of Graffiti & Street Art ever presented in the United States. Stephanie & I have a few friends that were asked to be a
I checked out the French artist/photographer JR’s gallery today in Downtown Long Beach. I posted about this earlier, but was able to walk-in to see the work. Not many physical pieces of his work was on display, but what he did have was absolutely amazing and would look great on