Backlog: Interview with Andrea Manica

Last year I talked with Andrea Manica about routine, astrological signs, and her process. Andrea Manica is an illustrator in Toronto. She hold a degree in Illustration from the Ontario College of Art and Design. Her artwork is often seen in murals and signs and includes very natural, simplistic themes. What’s your sign? Cancer, Gemini […]

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Interview With Liv & Dom

In this interview I asked Liv & Dom a bit about being twins, their kitty and their average day. Liv & Dom are twins from Sussex who create fun and imaginative ceramic ladies. These ceramic ladies are popular for their sassy poses and multiple uses as anything from incense holders to magnets. What is it […]

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Interview with Sara Glenn

Sarah Glenn and I talked about some of her projects and development as an artist during our recent text conversation. Sarah Glenn is known for her ecommerce work on sites like whatever21.net and mused.nyc as well as her great artistic eye for photography and styling. Originally from Boise, Idaho Sarah is now based in New […]

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Interview with Emma Orlow

This month I talked with Emma Orlow about her upcoming projects as well as her start in “Food Art.” Emma Orlow is a native of New York City. Her art has an interesting twist that you wouldn’t expect. How did you realize what you want to do? In school I studied “Food Art as Body […]

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Interview with Tom Galle

While in New York I met with Tom Galle at a small Cafe in Manhattan. We talked commodified Christ, some of his early projects and how to art world works. Tom Galle is originally from Belgium but is now based in New York City. His work is recognized world wide and interpreted in many different […]

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