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Interview and storytelling based documentation about graffiti arts and culture.
Rank #1: Episode 27: BEGR BA-D30-AL-WGE.
Live from Detroit!! We get to sit down with long time friend BEGR as he breaks down the 90s graff life he was living.
Rank #2: Episode 7 AMUSE 126.
The Windy City decorator; Amuse shares with us his personal story of how he got started in graffiti. Never one to paint a simple style; the same can be said of his interview. Check out this episode to learn about how his family influenced his interest in graffiti and what inspired him to develop more and more styles to this day.
Krime Time Graffiti Radio
Rank #1: In the Ring with ENEM.
Vance and Doc talk with ENEM, TDK crew about all aspects of graffiti.
Rank #2: A large dose of EKOSE.
Born into a family tradition of drug abuse, Ekose crawls out of the depths of hell and manages to escape. He chooses a new life and leaves the other behind, he’d like to forget what he’d been through but the scars tell too many stories. Art becomes his saving grace, as you will hear in this episode along with gun shots, sex shops, and train spots.
The Alski Show interviews graffiti writers weekly. Each writer has a different story about their journey. So tune in every week!
Rank #1: Episode 4 Just, 9Volt & WF Family.
This weeks guests are Just, 9Volt & WF Family
Rank #2: 143 & ASR Crew Episode 14 Season 2.
This weeks guests are 143 & ASR Crew
Urban Art , Post Graffiti , Graffiti, Street Art, Contemporary Art
Rank #1: EP 74 – TRISTAN EATON.
Its hard to look anywhere on the Urban contemporary scene without being blown away by this months guest.. Tristan Eaton’s career stretches over as many years as it does disciplines.. From his iconic Dunny and Munny vinyl series with Kid Robot, design work, installations and for the last 4 years crushing the mural circuit .. Tristan’s energy pushes everything forward and is reflected in the scale and breadth his body of work..Over in Europe touring and dropping his new Montana Black can… we were amped to finally lock him down for a few beers at the end of a long day..The post EP 74 – TRISTAN EATON appeared first on VANTAGE POINT RADIO .
Rank #2: EP 84 – ANTHONY LISTER.
It is widely agreed that Anthony Lister is one of the most compelling and exciting artists in the contemporary art world. His work is difficult to pin down which puts him in a class all to his own. Beautiful yet grotesque, aggressive while elegant, juvenile and refined somehow at the same time. The man himself is equally as compelling so it was a great pleasure to sit him down and discuss his various projects including a new documentary film about him and his family that ended up going in a direction he never expected, his run-ins with the law in Australia and wacky circumstances surrounding them, and of course his thoughts about his work and his process.The post EP 84 – ANTHONY LISTER appeared first on VANTAGE POINT RADIO .
Conversations with creatives to unlock the secrets to creativity, the road to success and breaking down the mental barriers experienced along the way.
Rank #1: #117 - Lauren YS.
This week I catch up with American artist Lauren YS. We discuss her art career, the travel she does for her art and her recent exhibition in Melbourne.
Rank #2: 41 - Nychos.
This week I catch up with Austrian artist Nychos. We discuss his recent trip to Australia, his work ethic and his graffiti roots.
Graffstars.com Presents The Art of Writing
Rank #1: DJ Eclipse WNYU Radio with JA XTC.
This is a repost of a brief interview conducted by DJ Eclipse with JA XTC...Also in the interview are VFR & SKUF YKK. The Interview was published originally in 2007. We wanted to share it with anyone who has never heard it. We here at Graffstars The Art of Writing are not the original owners of the content nor do we claim copyrights to the material. Enjoy.
Rank #2: CENO 2 Interview.
Graffstars Presents The Art Of Writing Featuring world renouned aerosol artist CENO2. For more on CENO2 including artwork available, please follow on Instagram at @iamceno2 and visit his website at www.ceno2.com. A graffiti artist from Singapore! Amidst the concrete jungle of a global financial hub, Ceno2 has been able to hone his talent of the arts and apply it to the unique form of graffiti. The story begins with a young boy, born with talent and his insatiable desire to draw. He discovered his talent for canvas/oil paintings, wall art and graffiti, that has seen him rise to prominence in the local scene. Yet, most graffiti artists in the world have the privilege of using empty walls to fine-tune their practice, but since graffiti is considered as vandalism in Singapore, Ceno2 came up with a creative solution, as he usually does. Ceno2’s desire is to share his art with people, to uplift communities and to have his art allow someone to feel better about their day. This desire led him to start Artkhalytis, a creative arts company that serves as a platform to use graffiti for commercial and private projects, which kept him on the right side of the law. Commercial projects allowed Ceno2 to discover “Graffiti Fine Art,” which is the use of spray paint as a medium with the technical skills of western fine art to create paintings based off of artistic movements such as realism, surrealism, and cubism; instead of the usual street “tagging.” Using the technical skills he acquired through the diploma he completed in Western Painting at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore and the 10 years of experience he has on the streets, Ceno2 is inspired to take Graffiti Fine Art to the rest of the world. With his passion for community building, Ceno2 has collaborated with schools to teach children to experiment with Graffiti and to cultivate the next generation of Graffiti artists in Singapore.
We've teamed up with some of our favorite artists, producers, directors and more to catch a deep glimpse into what it takes to turn an artistic vision to reality.
Rank #1: #16 Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek: Changing the Economy Through Art.
#repost! We took this episode down to make a crucial cut. If you heard it the first time, enjoy it again cuz it's that good! If you missed it, here's your chance to listen to the world's hottest immersive arts company spin gold through their CEO.
Rank #2: #13 Phil America: Doing Good Work and the Post Street-Art American Dream.
It's impossible to describe Phil America's work, and that fact is very important to him. Our host Jacob Patterson and Phil are from the same working man's town in NorCal, and they relate on many topics. Because of that, this podcast gets deeper than any we've done so far. Discussing what it means to be an American and an artist at the same time is what we are all doing nowadays, but it's something over which Phil has been obsessing for years. And that obsession expresses itself in many ways, oftentimes illegally. 0:00 - Intro 6:02 - What do you do? 6:19 - Not being exclusively stuck in a box 6:50 - Are you still a graffiti artist? When did you start? 7:32 - What were the first trashiest tags you were putting together? Did you use pens or spray cans? 9:02 - Was this the first art you did period? 9:14 - Art VS. Vandalism 12:02 - Phil explains what his favorite type of art is 14:02 - Social media echo chamber 14:42 - Do you consider yourself on the other side of people who are putting up gang graffiti? 16:02 - Calling social media activism when it really doesn’t do much 16:42 - At what point after 13-14 years old did you start writing things on the walls that you wanted people to see (with a social agenda)? 18:32 - You started sharing photography and publishing books; when did that start and what was the thought process behind it? 19:42 - Learn more about who Jean- Michel Basquiat is at http://basquiat.com 21:02 - Street art and the media are two different worlds. Do you think there are more areas now where these two worlds combine? 22:22 - “Graffiti is the only art form that was created by the youth.” 23:16 - What came next for you after tagging? 23:42 - Phil gets into detail of who graffiti train painters are and what they do 25:47 - When did you find your interest in graffiti train painters? 26:19 - Were you in a crew In Sacramento? 26:32 - When did you take the step of being an artist instead of just painting trains? 28:22 - https://streetartnews.net/tag/montana-gallery http://www.crewest.com 28:52 - How Phil realized he was more than just a Graffiti artist and a photographer 29:24 - Why did you choose to go to Europe? 29:32 - Phil’s published books http://philamerica.com/published-work/ 29:55 - Phil goes into detail about realizing he does not want to restrict himself to only photography 31:18 - Is your graffiti work documented somewhere? 33:07 - You say that these graffiti artists don’t care about anything other than getting their respect at the same time you personally don't care if you suck or if you are good— you care a lot about the culture and getting in there to document them. When did this shift change from you painting to caring more about the culture? 35:07 - Where did you go to prison and for what? 36:32 - People viewing you through a lens of being straight white male 37:44 - An Interpol notice is an international alert circulated by Interpol to communicate information about crimes, criminals and threats from police in a member state (or an authorized international entity) to their counterparts around the world. 39:32 - Principle and conviction 39:52 - Did you make work in prison, if so what kind? 40:42 - Project in Thailand white ambition http://publicdelivery.org/white-ambition/ 41:42 - The caste system in India is a system of social stratification which has pre-modern origins, was transformed by the British Raj, and is today the basis of reservation in India. It consists of two different concepts, varna and jāti, which may be regarded as different levels of analysis of this system. 44:22 - Project in Thailand http://publicdelivery.org/slum-vacation/ 45:12 - What was the first thing you did when you were in Bangkok since you didn’t take your camera? 46:29 - Phil touches on how he got in touch with the mafia in Thailand 48:00 - In Thailand the Thai people look down upon the slum people. Phil managed to find away that connects the both of these worlds. He placed both sides together in hopes of sparking conversations between the two in which he succeeded. His only hope is that this will lead somewhere in the future. 49:22 - Do you think there was some sort of difficulty while trying to express this project truthfully since you are a white american? 51:00 - Phil questions why it was okay for him to go to a higher part of the town but not the slum part of town 52:22 - “The language of art” http://tedxsacramento.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucv6PJPIyB8 54:22 - How shortly after this project did you get arrested over there? 55:02 - What was it like being a white dude and coming out on the newspaper while in jail? 55:53 - How long were you in jail for? 56:53 - Phil explains how going to jail influenced him 59:12 - “If my mom can’t understand it get the fuck out of my face!” 01:01:52 - Phil is able to have conversations with people that he sees are voiceless, in a certain realm. He does not make his art work to them, he makes it for them. http://basquiat.com https://www.google.com/search?q=jean+michel+basquiat&biw=1040&bih=691&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwiC45Wz4v_RAhUXzGMKHcY4BP0Q_AUIBigB 1:03:47 - What was the moment you were like okay i’m going to prison? 1:04:00 - Phil taught at a school in Thailand, and by doing this him and his team helped thousands of people out of poverty. 1:05:42 - Did you get to call anyone from back home to let them know you were getting locked up? 1:09:32 - At what point did you decided to start calling yourself Phil America, how does it make you feel when you are called that? 1:11:42 - Taking American for granted 1:15:12 - Separating and using different names for different creative projects. 1:16:36 - Listen to Shelley’s podcast episode #5 and find more of her at Instagram.com/shelleyhol 1:17:07 - Creating a story for the name you chose 1:19:17 - How have you moved up from each project you’ve done- from graffiti to photography etc 1:20:32 - Using the best language people will understand to get messages across 1:22:07 - What was the first instillation you did, was it in Europe? 1:22:42 - “Pictures are not worth a thousand words.” 1:24:02 - Phil’s thoughts on only creating art that is powerful 1:24:32 - Do you have ideas that are aesthetic? 1:28:01 - http://www.artsdistrictneworleans.com 1:29:07 - Where do you draw the line when people are emailing you trying to take advantage of your connections etc? 1:31:42 - Phil gets into depth about how the people he wants to help are the ones who aren’t asking for help. 1:33:42 - Jacob and Phil’s thoughts on not putting your name on every project you do, or the help you give. 1:35:12 - Shelley Holcomb http://www.curate.la instagram.com/curate.la instagram.com/shelleyhol 1:35:52 - Building relationships with sponsors 1:38:52 - Jacob speaks about how instillation art is important. In today’s society people are drawn to art that they can snap a photo of to post on Instagram while tagging their friends which is good exposure for the artist. 1:40:22 - The language of art 1:41:30 - Built to Last by Jim Collins and Jerry I. Porras https://www.amazon.com/Built-Last-Successful-Visionary-Essentials/dp/0060516402/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1486526265&sr=8-1&keywords=built+to+last+book 1:43:42 - Jacob and Phil’s thoughts on Millennial's having a complicated relationship with work and the American Dream. 1:44:50 - “Who does the most work, the best work the hardest work and who's the most clever.” 1:46:36 - Good is a subjective term hard work is not- to Phil working the hardest does not mean it is the best work but at the end of the day it is something he respects. 1:48:56 - Understanding a process Vs time 1:49:27 - See more of Phil’s art instillation of sneakers made into a flag http://philamerica.com/a-transparent-truth/ 1:52:02 - What it means to be an artist and an american at the same time 1:53:22 - Super bowl rant/Tom Brady/Lady Gaga. 1:56:27 - See the trailer for the dance show by Daniella Agami https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbgMSUmv31g 1:58:01 - Jacob gets into detail on a collaborative idea that both him and Phil hope to create. This project will involve sections of the border between Mexico and America; making references to politics. This piece can help for a mediative inspection of those ideas 2:07:22 - Phil speaks about Donald Trumps idea of creating a wall and how it is not something new that does not exist. This wall specific wall already exists and Phil believes people are critical of the idea of walls, not this wall. People are against the idea of keeping people out of somewhere when they are just looking for a better life. 2:08:42 - The American Dream, how it’s fallen, the mistaken angle in the belief that we can “Make America Great Again” – case in point, Americana: “From the mid through late 20th Century, Americana was largely associated with nostalgia for an idealized life in small towns and small cities in America around the turn of the century, from roughly 1880 to the First World War, popularly considered "The Good Old Days". It was believed that much of the structure of 20th Century American life and culture had been cemented in that time and place” The zeitgeist of the idealized period is captured in the Disneyland-style theme parks' Main Street, U.S.A. section (which was inspired by both Walt Disney's hometown of Marceline, Missouri and Harper Goff's childhood home of Fort Collins, Colorado), as well as the musical and movie The Music Man and Thornton Wilder's stage play Our Town. Especially revered in Americana nostalgia are small town institutions like the barber shop, the drug store/soda fountain and ice cream parlor, 2:10:42 - Your name has defined you and your work; with this crumbling American dream how do you reconcile this 2:13:14 - Phil explains what his idea of the American Dream means, “It’s a feelings it’s an emotion its something you can’t bottle up. America is a place where you are allowed to dream.” 2:16:52 - Americans taking what they have for granted 2:21:54 - If the way you are trying to communicate your message makes it so there is no receiver, from that point longer it is no longer a message because it wont get to the receiver. 2:22:59 - Kafka’s “Metamorphosis” and the idea of being worthless to even your family if you are unable to do good work – a reflection of American ideals from a German author 2:23:42 - Phil’s comments on street art - how putting a label/placing it in a box immediately takes away from what the person is saying from viewing it through a specific lens. 2:27:22 - What are you working on next? Find more about Phil America at: http://philamerica.com https://www.instagram.com/philamerica/
Coming to you from the Maloney and Starr Gallery in Taylor, Texas, this is Coffee With a Sign Painter, a podcast hosted by sign painters Sean Starr and Norma Jeanne Maloney. Our groovy intro music was written and recorded for this show by Fergal Lawler of the Cranberries… Thanks, Fergal!
Rank #1: Grudge Match?!? Old School vs. New School Sign Painters.
Sean tackles the topic of whether old school sign painters don't like the newcomers to the trade, or if its just a social disconnect.
Rank #2: Sign Painter's Q&A: Sean Starr in Cleveland.
Sean answers all sorts of questions in Cleveland Ohio at the Weapons of Mass Creation Fest #7
World renown genius, Tim O'Connor, psychoanalyzes skateboarding's premiere athletes and luminaries. His ideas pertaining to the universe make God look like an amateur thinker and sometimes he correctly uses big words with lots of syllables.Follow his Instagram @TheTimOConnor for wacky nonsense and updates about the podcast as well as www.JenkemMag.com
Rank #1: Ep. 07 with Bill Strobeck.
Rank #2: Ep. 04 with Alex Olson.
For episode 4, Tim catches up with Alex Olson over a dinner date. The audio is brutal due to loud neighboring tables... sorry about that.
En podcast som utforskar den svenska graffitiscenen, dess samhällskritiska ursprung och den urbana konstens framtid.
Rank #1: Punta.
Yo Yo!I dagens episod gästas vi av Punta från Hsf och Fika crew!Hör oss prata spårvagnar, Balkan, workshops och givetvis en hel del firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook.com/andrasidansparet
Rank #2: Auto & Biok.
Yo yo!I dagens episod gästas vi av Auto och Biok från HES crew!Hör oss snacka resor, att leva billigt, gemenskap och givetvis en hel del graff.Viben i studion var så fet att vi ger er avsnittet nästan helt oredigerat.
I Klotterpodden möter Thomas och Rikard upp med olika klottrare i Stockholm för att diskutera klotter, politik, nuet och framtidsdrömmar. Klotterpodden är en del av TagsAndThrows - en kanal for graffitins kärna - tags och throw-ups. För mer Stockholmsklotter följ TagsAndThrowsSthlm på Instagram.https://www.instagram.com/tagsandthrowssthlm/ https://www.instagram.com/tagsandthrows/
Rank #1: 007 - Orak.
I avsnitt 007 träffar vi upp Orak tillsammans med dennes två vänner Jas och Gpo. Orak har varit borta från Stockholm ett tag och istället köttat på i Sala. Där har han bland annat torskat och fått 100.00 i böter. Vi pratar om hur enkelt det är att hoppa över de nya staketen längs tunnelbanan, ugglor som hoar och en galen resa till Polen.
Rank #2: 006 - Dasc.
I Klotterpodden 006 tar vi det stora steget bort från gatan och in i tunnlarna och tågyardsen tillsammans med Dasc och Lou. Vi får höra om hur militärutbildning kan användas som tågmålare, att vara specialist på att paja pennor, knashistorier och att måla tåg i 12 minuter.
Deconstructive Pop Artist Matt Gondek presents - Clean Break.An informative podcast dealing with the business of the art world. In each episode Matt talks with different guests who will share the no holds bared truth behind how they advanced their own careers.
Rank #1: Clean Break - Episode 28 - Andrew Thinkspace Gallery.
Andrew Hosner of Thinkspace Gallery - Los Angeles based art gallery. Since 2005 Thinkspace gallery has been showcasing world class artistic talent. Andrew is known for offering no-holds barred advice to artists wanting to show their work in the gallery circuit. We speak to him about exhibiting work, tips for artists, and we learn about how Thinkspace got started and continues to remain one of the best galleries in Los Angeles. IG: @Thinkspace_art
Rank #2: Clean Break - Episode 76 - 123Klan.
123Klan - Graffiti Crew. 123Klan is a graffiti crew based out of Montreal Canada but originally from France. We speak about their long and incredible career - which spans murals, humongous commercial projects, and their own clothing brand. Just don't call them "Street Artists"! Recorded at the Sprayseemo Mural Festival in Kansas City Missouri. IG : @123Klan
Sullen Radio with Joe Swanson is the premier art driven podcast that takes you inside the art and lives of some of today’s most creative personalities.Uncensored interviews with tattoo artists, musicians, athletes, and celebrities who impact the Sullen Family chime in on art, inspiration, life, culture and much more each week. Follow @ogjoeswanson for info on the show and LIVE Sullen Radio events in your area!
Rank #1: Sullen Radio 5 - Rick Walters.
Tattoo legend Rick Walters talks about who he thinks is God Father of black and grey tattooing, his time partying with Jim Morrison, and why some tattoo artist today have traditional tattooing all wrong!Please comment and share.Thanks for listening,Joe@ogjoeswanson
Rank #2: Sullen Radio - BONUS - Russ Abbott.
Tattoo artist, Russ Abbott, joins me on the show to talk about digital technology and how it is changing the way artist approach the tattoo process.Thanks for listeningJoe@ogjoeswansonwww.sullenradio.comSPONSORSSullen ClothingKingpin Tattoo SupplyInkeeze Tattoo ProductsBlack Flys EyewearTattoos Cure CancerWacom
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Rank #1: Episod 15. Gorilla (KCN).
Mångsysslaren Gorilla talar fritt om sina många alteregon och projekt. Kommer Klotterpodden tillbaks? Var han den första hipsterklottraren? Vem har snott hans filmkamera och hur rik blir man på Tagsandthrows? Allt detta och mycket mer i årets sista episod. God lyssning! Foto: SGP Vinjett: SGP Relevanta länkar: Tags and ThrowsKlotterpoddenArt By OkokSveriges Snyggaste Rappare på SpotifyIntervju med RoboPodd från 2018The Narcissist - Graffwriters video
Rank #2: Episod 28. Tags and Throws - Panelsamtal.
Ett samtal om tags med: Malcolm Jacobson - Fotograf, författare till böcker som "De Kallar Oss Klottrare" och doktorand i sociologi med inriktning på graffiti.Martin "Core" Lexelius - Som medverkar för tredje gången i SGP. Denna gång främst i egenskap av ordförande för Graffitifrämjandet.Thomas "Okok" Gunnarsson - Mannen bakom Tags and Throws. Klotterentusiast och mångsysslare. Inspelat live i samband en visning a filmer från Tags And Throws under Artstreethbg festivalen 2019.Länkar av relevans:Malcolm Jacobsons profil på Stockholms UniversitetGraffitifrämjandetTags and Throws - youtube Inspelning: Fredrik ÖjbroRedigering: SGP
Ron English is easily one of the most recognizable figures in the world of street art. Cordero Gano easily one of the most unrecognizable figures in the world of photography and film. Each week the two come together to interview a player from the worlds of art, fashion, or entertainment. Whether it's discussing killing dogs with Morgan Spurlock, the state of the music industry with Keith Shocklee, or porn with The Sucklord...it's always going to be a great conversation.
Rank #1: EPISODE 03 - Hanksy.
Ron and Cord sit down with artist, Hanksy and discuss everything from social media and virtual reality to Trump and Russian Millionaires. (Recorded 7/9/16)
Rank #2: EPISODE 05 - KEITH SHOCKLEE (PUBLIC ENEMY/THE BOMB SQUAD).
Ron and Cord sit down to discuss music with Public Enemy's Keith Shocklee.