Everything You Need To Know About The Madonna Inn

The Madonna Inn, located in San Luis Obispo, is known for it’s unique and breathtaking rooms. From indoor waterfalls to Krazy Dazy wallpaper this place has a room for anybody and everybody.Madonna Inn is very unique in both its aesthetic appeal and history,” said Audrey Pearce, Assistant Marketing Manager at Madonna Inn (who also happens to be the granddaughter of Alex and Phyllis Madonna). “As … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About The Madonna Inn

Backlog: Interview with Talia Migliaccio

In this interview Talia Migliaccio and I talk spirituality, travel and connection. Talia Migliaccio is a tattoo artist and illustrator from Colorado. Her art work often feature natural figures and shapes. Do you think you fit into the stereotypical Colorado archetype of spiritual? Are you a spiritual person? My work is absolutely rooted in a spiritual lens. But it also all just depends how one … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Talia Migliaccio

Backlog: Interview with Cate Webb

Cate Webb and I talked concrete skin, Aubrey Beardsley and skill versus style. Cate Webb is a tattoo artist and illustrator in Vancouver, Canada. Her work is primarily focused on the horror hidden in plain site. I hear you’re opening a shop centered around hand-poked tattoo. I also noticed that you mostly do line-work. I was wondering if that holds a specific appeal for you … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Cate Webb

Backlog: Interview with Joseph Nivens

A few months ago I had the pleasure of speaking with Joseph Nivens, we spoke about animation, his pup and cartoons. Joseph Nivens is known for his creative characters. He is currently based in Los Angeles and holds a BFA in Experimental Animations. From his puppets to his illustrations Joseph has a very unique approach. What different mediums do you/ have you used? What’s your … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Joseph Nivens