Tag: Interview

Kilo Sinstars, FBA

Kilo is a graffiti artist that first started painting back in 1984 and he’s been heavily involved in the game ever since then – whether it be graffiti, breakdancing or just the hip-hop scene in general, he’s been there and done it. His influence to pick up a spray can came from all the usual […]

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Video: Miss Van in São Paulo by VNA

Very Nearly Almost launched their latest edition recently with Miss Van as the cover feature. To coincide with the release of no. 21 in the series of the magazine, they shot this video with her out in São Paulo.

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AnyForty Interview

We sat down with UK Streetwear brand Anyforty’s head honcho Al Wardle to hear what the brand has been working on. UKSA: Anyforty have managed to commission some amazing street inspired artists for your ranges (Richt, Gorey, J3 Concepts, Zombiecorp) is the street art style something that heavily influences AnyForty? AW: I wouldn’t say AnyForty […]

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Video: Dudebox x Pete Fowler

Dudebox interviews artist Pete Fowler. They discuss his approach to art and what inspires him to create, along with a talka botu the upcoming ‘Pete Fowler and Friends” series being launched this month.

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Video: Very Nearly Almost interview by Itdrewitself

Itdrewitself are back with a video interview, and this time they take a candid look behind the scenes at the prolific Very Nearly Almost. VNA are the goto choice for documented street art in the UK and abroad. This video takes a short look at the guys behind the ace mag. Produced by itdrewitself Original […]

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Interview: Word To Mother

Pop Magazine caught up with London based artist Word To Mother, while the artist was in the midst of Italy’s FAME festival. POP: Tell me about the new work you are making. WTM: As well as working on some large letter pieces out here in Italy, I am producing a print with Angelo and Studio […]

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Interview: Graffiti Kings

Graffiti; is it vandalism or art? It’s a question that’s perplexed many for decades. The public are now beginning to embrace graffiti artists and their work, yet the authorities still consider them to be as much of a menace as mindless taggers who are simply looking for a way to relieve boredom. Consequently many legitimate […]