"I started White Trash Debutantes as a fun party band.. My pal Joey Ramone became an instant supporter of the band and he put us on ..."
“The majority of my work is selected from whatever makes me happiest and what happens in my studio and I stay focused on that. I don’t have one style. I love to explore different styles. Sometimes I paint my subjects too carefully and realize I can be a little sloppy instead of being so neat. "
"I think it’s pretty important for an artist or filmmaker to put parts of themselves in their work. That’s what it’s all about really: self-expression."
"I didn’t do high school. I dropped out of school in the ninth grade. I wanted to play music and do my learning on the streets. While all of my friends were in school learning from books, I was exploring New York City."
That would have to be around '78 or '79 when I was about 13 or 14. I snuck out of the house and came home from seeing The Plasmatics at CBGB. My father was waiting for me when I got home and I got my ass beat. As I sat there crying, I thought to myself that it was worth it and I'd do it again. And did! MORE:
"I like traditional media, as analogical as possible. Paper and pencil or sketchbooks are my favorite tools in the world."
Check it out, the Exclusive Interview with Leanne Davies!
"I have always used acrylic paint because I like the fact that it dries quickly. I thin the paint and build it up in layers. I love how that process allows me to adjust the colour intensity."
Mike SOS & Super Morgan!
"I don’t really remember our first meeting, I just know Mike started showing up at F*Bombs at the Delancey and we became familiar with one another there, not in Queens, but as we got to know each other we figured out our shared connection to Whitestone and the area. "
CARPAZINE ART MAGAZINE ISSUE NUMBER 24 Featuring an Exclusive Interview with Leanne Davies! More: Evaldas Gulbinas, Chabane Djouder, Diego Marcial Rios,Graffiti Art in Baltimore, Dominick Conde, Johnny Waste, DERA, Nicola Stradiotto, Mike SOS & Super Morgan, Huntington Arts Council, Inc. Members Showcase, Graffiti, Street and Protest Art in Washington DC and many More!
"I’m known as: The Button Man, Sir Buttons, Lord Buttons, and Count Buttons. I have these nicknames because in my art "
CARPAZINE ART MAGAZINE ISSUE NUMBER 24
"Right now trains are being bombed more than they ever had in the last 20 years and it will never come close to what it used to be like. You wouldn’t even know there was graff on a train as most of the time it doesn’t run. But graff evolved into a different thing . Who’s to say we are not in some sort of heyday now."
"Nicola Stradiotto shows us the alienation of modern and technological times. This is represented through a series of surrealist illustrations of faces where everyone can find a (lost) part of themselves."
Exclusive Interview with artist
Diego Marcial Rios!
Most artists are friggin wimps! Yup! Most artists spend lots of time crying about things they do not have, or they want changed. Basically, artists must get off their asses and make changes via hard work outside of “ just creating art”.
The entire band are seasoned veterans so to speak. What other bands were all you guys in before this band now? Bat: Public Nuisance, NYC: Blank Generation. Vic: Hellbent, Sacrilege, Reagan Youth, Nausea, Chaos UK, Public Noise , and still in the Coffin Dodgers....MORE:
Protest Art in Washington DC!
Acid Human Terrorism!
Most of us have been in bands in our pasts. Some of us are also currently in other bands aside from this one. Charlie is in a band called Blaster, I'm in a crust band called Drogato, and Joe is in M.A.D., which has been around forever. ACID HUMAN TERRORISM got together when...MORE:
"Emerging from the smoke of the Brazilian rainforest fires, the extremely modern architecture of Oscar Niemeyr, and oppresive “art scene” ...
Graffiti Art in Baltimore!
"Check it out some amazing photos of graffiti art in Baltimore. We had the chance to visit Baltimore this summer and here’s what we found on its walls! Photos by Gregory Norris!"
" I am using virus motifs, as I had to work in the tattoo studio at the COVID-19 outbreak start in London, UK. I felt that I was “playing with fire”, when I was tattooing tourists- customers at the beginning of the outbreak in central London, Uk. Yes, it was scary, but fun as well, as some people were super fun. "
"To make his innate gift flourish, Chabane attended the School of Fine Arts, in Algeria, from 2005 to 2011. Upon graduation, Chabane was able to polish his skills, brighten his talent, and delve into the nuances of art."
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