If you haven’t heard of Ukrainian photographer Oleg Oprisco, then today is the perfect day to discover his work! And, if you already know him and love what he does (how could you not?) then here’s a treat for you: Oleg Oprisco has done an exclusive Q&A for You (yes, you!), Me and Charlie. Are you ready to explore his whimsical world? Read More
I couldn’t think of better time to share Julie de Waroquier’s work. Julie is a young (she’s only 23!) talented photographer, whose story is very inspiring: she is a self taught artist who started “quite randomly”, and has just published her first book: Rêvalités/Dreamalities! She was kind enough to answer a few questions for YM&C readers, so, with a dear friend of mine, we set up an appointment in a cozy café and spent a great part of the afternoon talking. Read what she has to say about photography (and about magic and fairy tales too!), and see her stunning photos! Read More
Juliana Neufeld (whose work I’m addicted to!) played the Q&A game for us! She answered a bunch of questions, and she even drew the cutest sketch ever JUST for YM&C! I am really excited to share this Q&A with you guys:
Ninon: Here are some funny questions, just to get it started: PROMPTS! Fill in the blanks: The last person I called on the phone is ________. Read More
Paul Trillo is an incredible young director, illustrator, writer, & storyteller – a true artist. His new music video for “Lonely” by The Peach Kings was recently selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick (no surprise there, it’s AMAZING). Trillo was kind enough to answer a few questions exclusively for our YM&C readers. Watch the video, and read what Trillo has to share with us about his inspirations, partnership with The Peach Kings, and what’s in store for him next!
Luigi: We know you’ve worked with The Peach Kings before for their video “Thieves and Kings”. How did the partnership come about?
PAUL TRILLO: The Peach Kings (Paige Wood and Steven Dies) are Read More
When pulling up to American Steel Studios in Oakland, California, on the gloomy day I chose to interview Karen Cusolito, my mouth dropped. What I saw was a large, open space in front of two massive warehouses, holding space for several metal sculptures in human form up to 30 feet tall. This staggering view sparked my excitement to walk inside and see the woman who created these structures.
I walked into the warehouse to hear power tools buzzing through the space, which was filled with art pieces of various forms: robots, western saloons, sculptures, and as I’ve been told, screenprinting, painting, photography, welding- you name it.
We walked into the office of American Steel to shake Karen’s hand, which was surprisingly tiny. Read More