Chris Versteeg is a dutch artist, illustrator and graphic designer. He is the head of the Rotterdam based graphic design agency Projekt C and the chief editor and publisher of Street and More magazine where out team member Tim Jentsch holds a column – Tim’s Choice. We interviewed him to find out more.
This week we meet NEVERCREW, a Swiss based artists duo composed by Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni. They ve been working together since 1996. Their artwork is evolves around the relationship between mankind and nature, through a constant balance between fantasy and mechanics! Their work has blown our heads off from the very beggining and finaly we can look into their works throught their eyes! Check it out… >> continue reading
The Portuguese artist, surfer and family man Gonçalo “Mar” Ribeiro provided his busy time for a quick chat with us. Originally from Lisbon, he started painting towards the end of the 90`s in his hometown and nowadays is one of the well known artists in the street art scene of Portugal. >> continue reading
We chatted with Manolo Mesa a young Andalusian artist born in Cadiz (Spain). His works have long inspired us and it is about time that this interview has been made! A passionate spiritual painter that sees walls as canvases, Nature lover and traveler. His contemporary creativity is driven by rituals and loves to make us all think! >> continue reading
We cought up with one of Brazil’s big talents, street artist Valdi-Valdi. Originally from Florianópolis, he has been an active since 2006 and has always been inspired by the ocean! The sensational female figures in his works express the beauty and admiration he has for the uncontrallable force of the sea. His works have been exhibited in New york, Barcelona, Milano, Mumbai, New Jersey, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and now he offers some time for us to get to know him better. So sit back and enjoy the Interview! >> continue reading
Aly Calle Is a young emerging Spanish artist whose artistic practice has developed a reflection on issues of gender using the street as a space for exploration and discovery. An interdisciplinary artist who broaches differents types of art such as painting, drawing, collage, installation, and video. Her work explores the world of the woman through the stereotype and the fetish as the creation of sex, roles, and gender. It plays with time: past, present, and future. >> continue reading
We have been following the fascinating stencil creations of MonkeyBird for a long time and finally we have the pleasure to engage with them. The French duo crew, based in Paris, have progressed hugely in the last couple of years and have brought to the public, some jaw droping, wall creations. Their large scale works, combined with an idealistic content include animals and symbols that offer to by passers an alternative to todays massive industrialisation offering new ideals! If you havent heard already… here is MonkeyBird Crew! >> continue reading
After waiting a long, agonising, time we finally managed to get to meet the Italian paste up and stencil master, UNO. Known for his imaginative and colourful repetitive patterns, the time has come to discover more about the person and the mind behind the artworks. >> continue reading
We recently hooked up with Artes Prada and got him to tell us about his dreams, the cities he would like to paint in and all of his futures goals. This Spanish born artist has been constantly learning and that shows in his works. Read on to find out more about him! >> continue reading
Meet Rosh333, the artist from Spain (Alicante) who claims to have a heart that evenly pumps blood and ink. His work stands out because he has found a style in which he develops complex schemes that form structures that he mixes and enlarges while paying special attention to colours. >> continue reading
Meet female artist Vegan Bunnies, a graffiti ilustrator, member of the HATELOVERS crew (Female power Graffiti Collective) who sees her activity as an expression for freedom and her ideology. Based in Barcelona, she travels often and communicates her emotions and principals asking for more empathy from the World. >> continue reading
We speak with Brian Greif, a passionate art collector, street art curator and Executive Producer of the highly acclaimed 2017 Documentary ”Saving Banksy”. He confesses that he never expected he would be colaborating with the high calibre street artists he does nowadays. This is the result of his decision to leave his career just a few years ago. Read on to find out more fascinating facts about his numerous projects and his views on all hot issues around the street art movement! >> continue reading
We speak with Gola Hundun, an Italian born artist inspired by nature and animals. He lives devoted to his principles creating colourful walls that depict the relationship between human beings and the biosphere. A vegetarian since the age of 16, his work includes public installations incorporating wood, living plants, textiles, music and live performances.
Just as we thought we had seen it all… Can street art be related in any way with the vast space we all live in? Yep and ‘The Orion’ is the one who will take you there with his spray cans. We speak to the talented Romanian artist who aims to bring people closer to all the space related facts and major discoveries. He is also a musician, but in another Universe! >> continue reading
We speak with Polish artist NeSpoon who creates works that are somewhere in between street art, pottery, painting, sculpture and jewelery. What she focuses mostly though is to make positive art. Her dreamy unique style is highly admired around the world and that includes us too! >> continue reading
Suprise! We talk to the creator of the ‘Trash Animals’. The talented Portuguese artist who creates, recreates, assembles and develops ideas with end-of-life material. In this way he relates us to sustainability, ecological and social awareness! Meet Mr Bordalo II. >> continue reading
This week we’ve hooked up with young ‘’artivist’’, Apset. His variety in styles, combined with his talent and experience make him one of the most respected Greek street artists. In this interview we also discover his authentic character and get to learn much more about what drives his passion. >> continue reading
We have the pleasure to present an interview with the Spanish Street artist Kraser. Kraser started his passion for art in Cartagena, Spain, and nowadays in Milan. He is mainly known for his paintings with detailed animals on a big scale. Join us as we meet the person behind these complicated masterpieces!
This interview focuses on the colourful character of a female artist from France going by the name Manyoly. A multi talented, fascinating, personality that finds inspiration in humans and creates some of the most vivid female portraits you could come across on the streets. >> continue reading
The Spanish artist David De La Mano has opened the “doors of his work” and spoke to ISSA about his latest work and also about himself. A painter, a sculptor and street art passionate that was inspired by the Italian artist BLU and by the cities were he creates his amazing work.
This interview features our questionnaire answered by a terribly talented graffiti artist based in Budapest. Fork4 ‘s creative art stretches our perception into his colourful world that sees no boundaries. Find out more about the person behind the magic… >> continue reading
We are excited to present in this interview, an enigmatic East Berliner who travels the world creating exceptional artworks. A passionate rock climber and traveller. He is inspired by nature, humans and interprets the world through his works. In his everlong journeys the sense of space and creativity are evident. Meet… Lake! >> continue reading
This Interview of Eddie Colla, a fine street artist and traveler, comes as a suprise. The simplicity and vibrant depictions in his work reveal the true nature of people. Find out what inspires him and a few more interesting things about this inspirational artist from Oakland. >> continue reading
DOURONE started with graffiti in Madrid (Spain) in 1999. His style is defined as SENTIPENSANTE (Contraction of the spanish words “feeling” and “thinking”, a style created by the Uruguayan journalist and writer Eduardo Galeano). In 2012, he starts working with Elodieloll and started a world tour. “ART FOR THE PEOPLE” >> continue reading