Interview With Munbeibi Creator, Hannah Louise

Hannah Louise and I talk Japan, her love for stories and how anything can be sentient (even something like a used coffee cup). Munbeibi is a line of playful ceramics created by graphic designer Hannah Louise. She lives and works in both Vancouver and Sapporo, splitting her time between the two. Her work with the “Moon Babes” is based on a story of her own … Continue reading Interview With Munbeibi Creator, Hannah Louise

Interview With Edward Del Rosario

I found Edward Del Rosario’s work in an old art magazine a little while back and subsequently fell in love with his work. During our interview we talked about his post post-colonial style, some of his favorite artists and his goals for the future. Edward Del Rosario is from St. Louis, Missouri and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He received his BFA in … Continue reading Interview With Edward Del Rosario

Interview with Nicole Ruggiero: Part One

Nicole Ruggiero and I talk memes, culture and copycats in this interview from 2016. Nicole Ruggiero is a 3D artist living and working in New York City. Her work is heavily technology centered and its connection to culture. Do you wanna talk about memes and what you did with them for this show? ​I don’t know if anyone intentionally creates memes but I think it’s … Continue reading Interview with Nicole Ruggiero: Part One

Backlog: Interview with Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet

Schelsey and I talked over a year ago about feminism, Instagram and of course her own art. Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet is a gallery owner and artist living in Los Angeles. Her gallery, Lei Min Space, is located in Chinatown. Her own work is often female and organic forms in all variety of colors. I wanted to ask you about how this whole thing came about. How … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet

Backlog: Interview with May Waver

A while back I interviewed May Waver… over text. We talked technology, ASMR, and the deep web. May Waver is a multimedia artist located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Her artwork explores intimacy, connection and experience. She holds a BA in Studio Art as well as a BA for Health & Society from Beloit College. I was wondering if we could talk about the connection between … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with May Waver

Backlog: Interview with Olivia Accardo

The first time I met Olivia we were supposed to interview but ran out of time. But the next time we talked gluten-intolerance, financial responsibility, and perfectionism. Olivia Accardo is a multimedia artist with a focus on video. Her subject matter is often focused on current culture and its many aspects. So, you have a website. Not really, I have like a tumblr that has … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Olivia Accardo

Backlog: Interview with Sarah Lasater

I spoke with Sarah Lasater some time ago about her brand name, style and inspiration. Sarah Lasater is an illustrator living in Washington D.C. Her artwork often offers soft colors and very cartoon-like people to appeal to the optimist in us all. I wanted to first ask how you came up with your name? “Sarlis” as a brand name came about as a sort of … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Sarah Lasater