KEF! is a German graffiti artist, based in London. He approaches street art as a spiritual practice, painting lines inspired by Nature. KEF! artwork is really unique, it’s all about the “flow”, about “positive energy”. >> continue reading
A young French street artist cought our attention some time ago. His fantasy clean cut stencils initially found inspiration in movies, and nowadays his work captures more and more fans. He claims that all he does is draw, cut and paint. We wanted to find out more about him and we happily present you our interview with one of our favourite stencil artists and friend: Blouh. >> continue reading
Presenting in our latest interview, a talented and extremely busy street artist… Shai Dahan. A man who eagerly spears some of his time to shed light into his life, his inspirations as well as his future plans.
Read on and get to know more about a multi cultured person, driven by inspiration who is also a family guy… >> continue reading
Its a festive week and we ve managed to get closer to one of our favourite Berliner underground street artists! FLOCKE, like many, started with spraying and implemented his ideas and visions in graffiti. Today, he is a dedicated ”cut-out”, or paste up artist. His aim is to touch by passers with his works and uses strong images full of emotions and symbolisms! Lets see what he replies to our Christmas season Interview! >> continue reading
Clet Abraham (a.k.a CLET) is a french artist now living in Italy (Florence). His work is not just placing stickers on street signs, driving councils people mad; it’s not just about entertaining passersby, there is more than that, every sticker is hiding a message. Like an onion as he says. We had a nice chat with him, making an interview that reveals his incredible (and crazy?) plans. >> continue reading
We speak with a man who expresses his inner world through pixels. Far from Europe, yet very much influenced from it his aim is to bridge art and technology. Pixel is an artist from Santiago – Chile, who started his design career when it was still hard to think that visual design will evolve towards technologies, as it prevails today. >> continue reading
We’ve been lucky enough to interview the spanish painter and street artist BTOY in Paris while she was working on a new mural in Paris 13. BTOY is a stencil artist from Barcelona. Her work is often about rejects, people of difficult adjustment to a stable society. Andrea’s work is characterized by intertextuality; Heavy load nostalgic portraits (such as past models of 20′s and 50′s Hollywood like Judy Garland playing Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz or Elizabeth Taylor as Cleopatra) swayed by forceful brushstrokes and colour. We hope you enjoy this as much as we have!
We got the pleasure to speak with an artist we have been following for a long time now. Tyler is a Mumbai-based urban / street artist. The artist took his alias from Tyler Durden, the anti-establishmentarian of Chuck Palahniuk’s book Fight Club and this name deeply represents the attitude of his art. >> continue reading
“Madame”, or “Madame Moustache” uses old newspaper clippings and other old documents to revive them as collages in the streets of Paris and elsewhere. Her Collages cover topics such as transgression , love or gender. She kindly spent some time with ISSA, sharing a glass of wine.
– dear Madame, please introduce yourself to us.
I am “Madame” or “Madame Moustache”, but originally it is “Madame”. I’m a “collagist, a bill-poster” I work mostly collage, I add a few color drawings, but very little. I come from a family of painters, my grandfather was a painter and a scenographer, my father followed somewhat the same way without making it his profession, and I have a stage actor background but also as a theatre analyst, on both theory and practice.
I was an actress for 8 years after that, I left everything, I traveled, and when I came back, as I was a bad actress (laughs), I looked for other ways to express myself. >> continue reading
Nardstar* is a female artist based in Cape Town, South Africa who works on Walls x Canvas x Customs x Vector. Her love for cats can be seen throughout her work . Our local representative and partner, Dillion, brings us a quick interview with Nardstar*. Enjoy the chat:
Fra Biancoshock is not your average Street Artist. He claims to create “experiences” and not showcases to promote his activities, that require some description. They are simply opportunities to communicate and provoke reactions from common people. We ve been talking to him on this interview and saw how he thinks people with little or any artistic education, still want to be surprised and moved by something that was left on the street for all to see. With pride we bring you this Interview with the one of the few truly unconventional urban interventionists! >> continue reading
An unexpected interview with (possibly) the best street interventionist of urban details. French street artist OakOak is widely known for his smart and comic creations based on existing elements that cities provide. His evident kind nature and wild imagination are his distinctive assets. The rest is just out there. We are excited to present a short interview with him, in which he talks about his inspirations, his interests and much more. We hope you enjoy this as much as we have! >> continue reading
STMTS, the fine arts student who silently decorates walls in the capital of Greece. His works have been seen by thousands of Athenian by passers and have been loved by the media. Still, few really know who the artist is. We contacted him, making an interview that reveals the thoughts and dreams of this young creative upcoming artist.
-So who is STMTS?
Hmm..I am an 20 years old guy from Athens Greece, I am studying fine arts. I love drawing, and painting! STMTS comes from my real name Stamatis (STaMaTiS), a greek name. I used to write STMTS from school just for having fun like a nickname. >> continue reading
Hungarian photorealistic graffiti artist TAKER talks with ” I Support Street Art” and opens up on his thoughts about what inspires him, what he thinks of the world and most interestingly what his dreams are. If he were a world leader, what would he do? Read on and enjoy a layed back conversation with this talented upcoming artist! >> continue reading
An artist at heart since a young age, Stoul is driven from different passions . Her work is featured in galleries and other exhibition venues in France, Turkey, Belgium, Spain, Italy, USA. We are proud and excited to present this interview with one of the greatest female artists of the street art scene.
– Hey there, please introduce yourself to us.
I”m “Stoul”, painter on any material and from time to time in the street. I paint a universe populated by female characters, catwomen.
– Where does your tag name come from?
Stoul is a nickname that was given to me during my studies at Boulle art school, but it is also an anagram of Lotus >> continue reading
KinMX is a young female street artist originally from Mexico. In time she has found creativity to be her compass in life and working with stencils and other means she decorates quiet side streets with colorful creations. She may not be widely known yet but she sure has fascinated us, so we asked to find out more about what hides behind this creative personality! Lets see what she has to tell us… >> continue reading
Presenting the fabulous man of walls, Pablito Zago, dedicated to his art skills. He gives us his view of the street art movement, says what inspires him and offers an insight to the personality behind numerous walls that have caught the attention of the global art community! (French version included) >> continue reading
We speak with legendary street artist Wild Drawing, (WD). All the way from, the ‘’crisis capital’’, Athens. This natural born talent is dedicated to his art skills and his works have raised many eyebrows globally. We are very proud to present this interview of WD, a person who supported ISSA since the early days and we hope you enjoy it.
Let’s get to know WD: >> continue reading
Surely if you‘ve been to France, you have bumped into his work. Interviewing the master of pastes, French street artist, Fred Le Chevalier.
For drawing, my name is “Fred Le Chevalier” (Editor’s note“Fred The Knight”) I am drawing from around 9 years. What I call “drawing” is use crayons and paper as when I was a child (laughs) and I do collage/wheat pasting in the street for 5 years.
We are happy to introduce you to street artist Shadee K, who was kind to give us some of his time, saying a few things about himself and his work. This interview was made by and for I Support Street Art. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Nils Westergard is a recognised contemporary street artist from Virginia. His works have been exposed on the streets of several cities as well as indoor galleries . He has received a number of awards and has attended several street art festivals mainly in the US and Australia. We had the priviledge to get his attention and below is the interview that was arranged in order to shed some light in what inspires him and drives his creativity. Read on and find out some interesting facts that shaped the grounds of this upcoming great artist! Nils Westergard