The Bajan from Brooklyn: Call her, Dani.
Illustrator Dufié Kufuor: Self-Established; Expanded Through Social Media
Socially-Acknowledged and Internationally-Worthy Artist, Denise Coke
A monthly digital platform for urban artists of all backgrounds, showcasing the ins and outs of their passions. We hope to enlighten and inspire our readers by touching on a wide variety of topics from struggles of the hustle to everyday motivation.
The Cartoon-Inspired, Multi-Talented Thaddeus Coates
Born to be an Artist: Nathan Taylor
Breaking from the Standards: Nathalie Lubin
A monthly digital platform for urban artists of all backgrounds, showcasing the ins and outs of their passions. We hope to enlighten and inspire our readers by touching on a wide variety of topics from struggles of the hustle to everyday motivation
Welcome to the World of LaVan Wright
(Part I & II)
Stress will happen, but that doesn’t prohibit productivity. Even though there are obstacles and trials, LaVan continues to produce and keeps his drive with the various projects that he’s currently working on; this is just one out of the bunch. Check out our two part article.
Bright Colors and Bright Moods: The Painter named Yvena Despagne
Living in Brooklyn, NY, Yvena Despagne is a Haitian-American. She grew up with the tradition from her Haitian culture, raised and taught how to appreciate the richness within the arts.
From reading, to writing and once playing orchestral music, Yvena knew the arts was always in her.
“Girl Power “Also Known as “JAM”: Here is Julie Amara McGrath
Julie Amara McGrath—most commonly and creatively called JAM—is a California born and New York based artist with aspirations in fashion, femininity, and all things beautiful. Her work is impressionistic and whimsical, utilizing the flexibility of acrylic to provide an oil-esque experience.
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