I missed posting an interview last week so time to rectify that in style today. As you probably put together with the title, I´ve had the pleasure of interviewing Argentinian artist Juanjo Surace. Juanjo resides in Barcelona and every few months creates one of his frightening yet vulnerable characters on the streets. It´s a realContinue reading “Interview with Juanjo Surace”
When I first ventured out onto the streets of Barcelona searching for art there were a number of artists who´s work I would see on my daily walks. There were probably 15-20 artists creating absolute wonders throughout the city. And not just now and again, this was a daily thing, it blew my mind inContinue reading “Interview with Ru8icon”
Readers with a great memory will remember that I interviewed Ashwan back in March of last year. A few weeks back Ash got in touch to see if I´d be interested in assisting/shooting him whilst he installed his latest piece on the streets. I´m sure you can guess my answer to his question…
I try really hard to not just focus on the scene in Barcelona despite it being my bread and butter. I love to share art from wherever I have been on my travels and I also try and bring some attention to some other scenes that might fly under the radar. I’m Scottish, from AberdeenContinue reading “An Interview with Aberdeen’s Honk”
I’ve had the pleasure of bringing you a couple of really good interviews the past few Friday’s. These interviews have been around the VA Street Art Festival and this one is the last in the three part series. This week’s it’s the turn of Austrian born US resident Kimchi Juice… enjoy!